This working group focuses on manuscripts from the Osler Library at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) and Wellcome Collection (London,UK) as the .. Read more starting point for exploring a range of aspects of medieval European medicine, science and culture. It brings together emerging and advanced scholars from history of medicine, history of science, art history and manuscript studies, to create a cross-disciplinary and collaborative dialogue. There is also a specific goal to set in motion a scholarly edition of a newly acquired early 16th-century French manuscript at the Osler Library and to further research on a late 15th-century French manuscript at Wellcome Collection, both of which are available digitally. Medical Manuscripts in the Age of Print , a joint talk by Dr Lori Jones and Winston Black Lori Jones, PhD SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of History, Carleton University, Department of History, University of Ottawa Winston E Black, Instructor in Medieval History at Dalhousie University and Idaho State University. Material and visual qualities of medieval medical manuscripts Details TBC Mary Yearl (McGill University), Julia Nurse (Wellcome Collection), Jess Bailey (Phd candidate, University of California, Berkeley), Dr Andrew Griebelerill University), Julia Nurse (Wellcome Collection), Jess Bailey (Phd candidate, University of California, Berkeley), Dr Andrew Griebeler. Our next meeting on 25.2.21 will be hosted by Laure Miolo. a Cambridge University Fellow who completed her Phd in Medieval History in 2017 based on scientific medieval manuscripts of the Collège de Sorbonne, their owners and users from the 13th century to the early 16th century.
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