Age: Colloquium ‘Commercial Book Production in Western Europe in the late Middle Ages’, Antwerpen, 4 – 5 nov. 2010

Op 4 en 5 november 2010 vindt het tweedaags internationaal colloquium “Commercial Book Production in Western Europe in the late Middle Ages” plaats aan de Universiteit Antwerpen. Keynotes zijn Alexandra Gillespie (University of Toronto) en Herman Brinkman (Universiteit van Amsterdam/Huygensinstituut). Gastsprekers zijn: Anne Margreet As-Vijvers (Amsterdam), Saskia van Bergen (Leiden), Jos Biemans (Amsterdam), Jan Burgers (Amsterdam), Godfried Croenen (Liverpool), Anne Jenny-Clark (Lille), Hans Kienhorst (Nijmegen), Jan Willem Klein (Streekarchief Midden-Holland), Erik Kwakkel (Leiden), Johan Oosterman (Nijmegen), Gabriel Viehhauser (Bern).
Plaats: Stadscampus Universiteit Antwerpen, Hof van Liere, zaal B, Prinsstraat 13, B-2000 Antwerpen.
Meer informatie en inschrijving: www.ua.ac.be/commercialbookproduction; voor vragen kunt u ook terecht bij Patricia Stoop (+32-3-2654277 of patricia.stoop@ua.ac.be).

Programma:

 
   Thursday, November 4   
  10.00       Registration and coffee/tea  
  10.45   Opening by Frank Willaert (University of Antwerp; b)  
  11.00   • Keynote: Herman Brinkman (University of Amsterdam / Huygens Institute; nl) – Entering the Commercial Scriptorium. Or: Where Book History, Codicology and Textual Scholarship Meet.
• Johan Oosterman (Radboud University Nijmegen; nl) – Hoc pro scriptore roget omnis corde vel ore. Towards a Typology of the Scribal Colophon
• Discussion
 
  12.30   Lunch  
  14.00   Chair: Joris Reynaert (University of Ghent; b)
• Erik Kwakkel (LeidenUniversity; nl) – Bargain Books: Low-Cost Commercial Products from Fourteenth-Century Brussels
• Godfried Croenen (University of Liverpool; uk) – Scribes and the Division of Labour in the Paris Book Trade at the Start of the Fifteenth Century
• Jos Biemans (University of Amsterdam; nl) – Book production in the fourteenth century, four oppositions: formal – informal, for private use – for the market, commercial – not-commercial and professional – not-professional
• Discussion
 
  15.45   Coffee / Tea  
  16.15   • Anne Jenny-Clark (Université de Lille, 3; f) – Book Orders and Sales in the Noble Women’s Chapter of Sainte-Waudru’s Collegiate in Mons(Hainaut)
• Patricia Stoop (University of Antwerp; b) – Commercial Book Production in Women’s Convents in Fifteenth-Century Brussels
• Discussion
 
  17.30   Visit to the Ruusbroecgenootschap  
 

 
  Friday, November 5  
  09.30   Coffee/tea  
  10.00   Chair: Thérèse De Hemptinne (University of Ghent; b)
• Keynote: Alexandra Gillespie (University of Toronto; ca) – Bookbinding in England 1350-1455 in Commercial Contexts
• Hans Kienhorst (RadboudUniversityNijmegen; nl) – Women and Commercial Book Production in the Late Middle Ages
• Jan Burgers (University of Amsterdam / Institute of Netherlands History; nl) – Writing in Commission. The Production of Charters and Other Documents by Third Parties
• Discussion
 
  12.00   Lunch  
  13.30   Chair: J.P. Gumbert (LeidenUniversity; nl)
• Gabriel Viehhauser (Universität Bern; ch) – The Alsatian Workshop of Diebold Lauber. Manuscripts in the Beginning Age of Mechanical Reproduction
• Jan Willem Klein (Streekarchief Midden-Holland; nl) – Reading the Signs: Codicological Evidence for Commercial Book Production?
• Discussion
 
  14.45   Coffee / tea  
  15.15   • Anne Margreet As-Vijvers (University of Amsterdam; nl) – ‘Al ghescreven ende verlicht’: Female Scribes and Illuminators in Bruges and Groningen Convents around 1500
• Saskia van Bergen (University of Leiden; nl) – Workshop Practices for Books of Hours in Fifteenth-Century Bruges. A Methodological Analysis
• Discussion
 
  16.30   Conclusion  
  16.45   Reception  
 

Vriendelijke groeten,

Bruno Blondé (Universiteit Antwerpen/IUAP), Thérèse De Hemptinne (Universiteit Gent), Patricia Stoop (Universiteit Antwerpen, ISLN), Frank Willaert (Universiteit Antwerpen, ISLN)