Thursday morning – University of Copenhagen

Thursday, October 18, morning

Lecture hall 20-0-50 at Faculty of Humanities, Amager Campus, Njalsgade 120, Building 23, Ground Floor.

9.00: Session 1.

Peter Springborg, Mette Jakobsen, Natasha Fazlic, The Arnamagnæan Institute, Copenhagen: Bindings and findings.

Patricia Engel, European Research Centre for Book and Paper Conservation-Restoration, Horn, Austria: Deletions in manuscripts: What they may tell the historian and how should traces of deletions in manuscripts during conservation/restoration be dealt with?

Anja Scocozza, Christian Balleby Jensen and Niels Borring, National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen: The florilegium Gottorfer Codex: Research into the artist’s techniques and the conservation of 1180 flower paintings on parchment.

Maria Luisa Russo, Project co-ordinator of the KADMOS working group, Department of Oriental Studies, University of Turin: “Mirabilia” and over-familiarity: The problem of training and awareness in the care of rare books collections.

11.00-11.30: Coffee break

11.30: Parallel sessions:

13.00-14.30: Lunch and Open House at the Arnmagnæan Workshops