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The Presence of the Object: A Symposium in Honor of Charles T. Little
09:30am Lawrence Nees, Newark (DE) (online)
All that Glisters is not Gold: ‘Purple’ and ‘Gold’ in Carolingian Manuscript Illumination

10:00am Hiltrud Westermann-Angerhausen, Cologne
From Händel’s Messiah to Egbert's Trier - The Beautiful Feet of Those who Bring Good Tidings

10:30am Coffee Break

11:00am Joseph Salvatore Ackley, Middletown (CT)
The Ottonian Gold Aesthetic, Extended

11:30am Beatrice Kitzinger, Princeton
Not a Luxury: Community, Conflict, and Cologne MS 13

1:00pm Lunch Break

2:00pm Valentino Pace, Rome (online)
On the Margins of South Italian Pulpits from the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

2:30pm Gerhard Lutz, Hildesheim/Cleveland
A Trans-European Look at Crucifixes around 1400

3:00pm Holger A. Klein, New York
Reconstructing the History of the ‘Guelph Treasure’ in America: A Ciborium Reliquary at the Met and Other Objects Lost and Found

3:30pm Coffee Break

4:00pm Francesca Pistone, Princeton
Resurrecting a Lazarus at the British Museum

4:30pm Sarah M. Guérin, Philadelphia
Fit for a King? Gothic Ivories, 1280-1300

May 6, 2022 09:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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