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Woven Manuscripts: A soft installation by weaver and medievalist Kathryn Rudy

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StatePublished - 1 Feb 2017

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  • medieval manuscripts

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  1. Boston Public Library MS q. Med. 86 in the Context of Manuscript Production in Delft

    Rudy, K. M. 2019 Beyond Words: Illuminated Manuscripts in Boston Collections: Proceedings of the International Conference, Nov. 3–5, 2016. Davis, L. F., Eze, A-M., Hamburger, J. F., Netzer, N. & Stoneman, W. (eds.). Toronto: University of Toronto Press

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  2. Eating the face of Christ: Philip the Good and his physical relationship with Veronicas

    Rudy, K. M. Mar 2018 The European Fortune of the Roman Veronica in the Middle Ages. Murphy, A., Kessler, H. L., Petoletti, M., Duffy, E. & Milanese, G. (eds.). Masarykova univerzita, Université de Lausanne, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, 16. (Convivium Supplementum (CONVISUP 2))

    Research output: Research - peer-reviewChapter (peer-reviewed)

  3. Reconstructing the Delbecq-Schreiber Passion (as part of the St Godeleva manuscript)

    Rudy, K. M. 2018 Unter Druck. Mitteleuropäische Buchmalerei im 15. Jahrhundert. Akten der Tagung, Wien, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 13.1.–17.1.2016, herausgegeben von Jeffrey F. Hamburger und Maria Theisen.: Buchmalerei des 15. Jahrhunderts in Mitteleuropa Herausgeben von Jeffrey F. Hamburger Band 15. Petersberg: Michael Imhoff Verlag, Petersberg,

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  4. Rubrics, images and indulgences in late medieval Netherlandish manuscripts

    Rudy, K. M. 1 Jan 2017 Leiden: Brill. 316 p. (Library of the Written Word - The Manuscript World; no. 55)

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