Manuscript Studies 8.2 Features Peripheral Manuscripts PIs, collaborators, and items

We are so pleased to share the news that multiple project PIs and partners contributed to the most recent issue of Manuscript Studies, the open-access journal of the Schoenberg Institute of Manuscript Studies. The contributions are part of a special issue in the “Annotations” section, edited by Eric Johnson (Ohio State University) and focused specifically on manuscripts in the Midwest. The cover of the journal issue even comes from a project item: a binding fragment at Xavier University!

Manuscript Studies cover showing fragments found in a volume held by  Xavier University.

The following contributions are from project PIs and partners:

  • Ian Cornelius and Kathy Young, “Medieval Manuscripts at Loyola University Chicago” (387-398)
  • Elizabeth K Hebbard, “The Peripheral Manuscripts Project: Must-Sees in the Midwest” (311-328)
  • Sarah Noonan and Anne Ryckbost, “The Binding Fragments of Xavier University (Cincinnati, OH)” (399-413)
  • Henry Handley, “Manuscripts in the University of Dayton’s Marian Library: An Overview and Recent Activities” (365-375)

Another contribution discusses a project item:

  • Kara Ann Morrow, “Medieval Devotion in a Midwest Collection: Establishing Production and Provenance” (441-454)

The entire issue is freely available via Project Muse at this link: https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/50920 

We are excited to celebrate this round of publications that will help to bring attention to the work of our team and to the collections of our partners! Stay tuned–some more publications are forthcoming. We will keep track of all of this output on a new Publications tab on the website, which you can find in the top navigation bar.

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