Medieval and Renaissance Symposium

About the Symposium

This symposium is designed to take advantage of the great concentration of scholars in the Boston area who work on medieval and Renaissance topics. Its principal aim is to encourage discussion of recent or current research (including works in progress) in a congenial and fairly informal environment. Graduate students and faculty members of all area institutions are encouraged to participate as both speakers and discussants. Meetings are held at Boston University, are free and open to interested participants, and are generally followed by dinner at one of the many excellent restaurants in the area. Copies of articles to be discussed are normally distributed in advance.

If you would like to present research at the symposium, be added to the announcements list, or pose questions, please contact Sean Gallagher at: sgallagh@bu.edu.

2012-2013 Schedule

October 9, 2012

Re-Attributing London-Royal College of Music MS1070: New Technologies and Insights

  • Principal Speaker: Basil Considine (Boston University)
  • Time: 5:30 PM
  • Location: Musicology Seminar Room (Fuller 281) Directions

The discussion will last approximately 90 minutes, and will be followed by dinner at a local establishment.

 

Directions

Symposium meetings take place in the Seminar Room of the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology. The Seminar Room is located at 808 Commonwealth Avenue, on the Second Floor. Visitors should enter from the BU Bridge door on the east side of the building; after entering the building, take the first door on the right to enter the stairwell. Proceed upstairs past the mezzanine level to the second floor. Continue down the hallway, then turn right at the “Musicology & Ethnomusicology” sign. The Seminar Room will be immediately on your left as you enter the suite.

Note: free street parking is available on Commonwealth Avenue starting at 6 PM, and in nearby Brookline. Please be aware that parking is sometimes impacted by concert and sporting events. Public transportation is generally recommended.

  • Nearby Bus Stops:
    • 47, 57, CT2, BU BUS [Comm Ave service only after 7 PM]
  • Nearby T stops:
    • BU West (B Line)