Professor Michelle Brown

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Name:
Professor Michelle Brown
Position:
Professor Emerita of Medieval Manuscript Studies
Institute:
Institute of English Studies
Location:
Senate House Malet Street London WC1E 7HU
Phone:
020 7664 4858
Email address:
michelle.brown@sas.ac.uk
Website:
http://ies.sas.ac.uk/about/Staff/michellebrown.htm

Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
Manuscript studies, Palaeography
Summary of research interests and expertise:
The role of the book as a cultural medium. The palaeography, codicology, art history and socio-historical context of medieval manuscripts. Late antique and early medieval history and the material culture of Europe and the Levant. Art and spirituality, historic and contemporary.
Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
Forthcoming 'The Eastwardness of Things: Relationships between the Christian Cultures of the Middle East and the Insular World '

In M. Hussey and J. D. Niles, eds, The Genesis of Books: Studies in the Interactions of Words, Text, and Print in Honor of A.N. Doane (Brepols: Turnhout, forthcoming).

01-Jan-2013 ‘Images to be read and words to be seen: the iconic role of the early medieval book’

Articles

In J. W. Watts, ed, Iconic Books and Texts (Equinox)

01-Jan-2012 '"Excavating" Northumbrian Manuscripts: reappraising regionalism in Insular manuscript studies'

Articles

In S. Turner, and D. Petts, eds, Early Medieval Northumbria: Kingdoms and Communities, Studies in the Early Middle Ages 24 (Turnhout: Brepols)

01-Jan-2011 'Writing in the Insular World'

Chapters

In R. G. Gameson, ed., A History of the Book in Britain Volume 1: From the Romans to the Normans(Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, forthcoming).

01-Jan-2011 The Book and the Transformation of Britain, c550-1050: A Study in Written and Visual Literacy and Orality

Monographs

British Library and Univ. of Chicago Press

01-Jan-2011 ‘Bearded Sages and Beautiful Boys: Insular and Anglo-Saxon Attitudes to the Iconography of the Beard’

Articles

In Listen, O Isles, unto me: Studies in Medieval Word and Image in honour of Jennifer O’Reilly, ed. E. Mullins and D. Scully (Cork: University College Cork, 2011), pp. 278-290.

01-Jan-2011 ‘Southumbrian Book Culture: the interface between Insular and Anglo-Saxon’

Articles

In C. Hourihane, ed., Insular and Anglo-Saxon Art (Princeton University Press)

01-Jan-2010 ‘The Cross and the Book: the Cross-Carpet Pages of the Lindisfarne Gospels as Sacred Figurae'

Articles

In K. Jolly, C. Karkov and S. Keefer, eds, The Cross and Cruciform in the Anglo-Saxon World (W. Virginia University Press)

01-Jan-2010 The Lindisfarne Gospels and the Early Medieval World

Monographs

British Library and Univ. of Chicago Press

2010 Lambeth Palace Library: Treasures from the Library of the Archbishops of Canterbury

London: Scala

01-Jan-2010 ‘The Lead Tablet’

in C. Loveluck et al., eds, Rural Settlement, Lifestyles and Social Change in the Later First Millennium AD at Flixborough, Lincolnshire: Anglo-Saxon Flixborough in Its Wider Context (Excavations at Flixborough) vol. 2. Chapter co-author. 5600 words

2009 Ghid de Art? Cre?tin?

Oradea: Casa Cartii

2009 The Lord of the Manor’s Psalter and the Poor Man’s Bible: ‘reading’ two Medieval Treasures

Birkbeck Review

01-Jan-2009 'From Jerusalem to Jarrow: the Christian Cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean and post-Roman Britain and Ireland'

Articles

Ars Tranylvaniae

01-Jan-2009 'The Scribe as Evangelist: Illuminated images of biblical transmission, from the Lindisfarne Gospels to the York Gospels'

'The Scribe as Evangelist: Illuminated images of biblical transmission, from the Lindisfarne Gospels to the York Gospels', for a festschrift for Jennifer O'Reilly, ed. E. Mullin (2009).

01-Jan-2009 'The Lead Tablet'

M. P. Brown and E. Okasha, 'The Lead Tablet', in C. Loveluck et al ., eds, Rural Settlement, Lifestyles and Social Change in the Later First Millennium AD at Flixborough, Lincolnshire: Anglo-Saxon Flixborough in Its Wider Context (Excavations at Flixborough) vol. 2 (Oxford: Oxbow, 2009).

01-Jan-2009 The Gulbenkian Apocalypse

The Gulbenkian Apocalypse, N. J. Morgan, ed. (Moleiro: Barcelona, 2002).

01-Jan-2008 'The Lichfield / Llandeilo Gospels Reinterpreted'

'The Lichfield / Llandeilo Gospels Reinterpreted' in R. Kennedy and S. Meecham-Jones, eds, Authority and Subjugation in Writing of Medieval Wales (Palgrave Macmillan: New York & Basingstoke, 2008), pp. 57-70.

01-Jan-2008 'Janet Backhouse'

'Janet Backhouse', Oxford Dictionary of National Bibliography (Oxford, 2008).

01-Jan-2008 'When illuminated manuscripts are not what they seem: the cases of the Holkham Bible Picture Book and a newly discovered Croatian altarpiece'

'When illuminated manuscripts are not what they seem: the cases of the Holkham Bible Picture Book and a newly discovered Croatian altarpiece', Ikon 1 (2008).

01-Jan-2008 'An Early Outbreak of 'Influenza'? Aspects of Influence, Medieval and Modern'

'An Early Outbreak of 'Influenza'? Aspects of Influence, Medieval and Modern', in A. Bovey and J. Lowden, eds, Under the Influence: The Concept of Influence and the Study of Illuminated Manuscripts (Brepols: Turnhout, 2008), pp. 1-10.

01-Jan-2008 'Making History at the British Library'

'Making History at the British Library' for the Making History online project, IHR, SAS, University of London (2008).

01-Jan-2008 The Lion Companion to Christian Art

The Lion Companion to Christian Art (Lion Hudson : Oxford, 2008)

01-Jan-2008 Manuscripts from the Anglo-Saxon Age

Manuscripts from the Anglo-Saxon Age ( British Library & Toronto University Press: London & Toronto , 2008)

01-Jan-2008 The Holkham Bible Picture-Book

The Holkham Bible Picture-Book , a facsimile with accompanying commentary, transcription and translation (Folio Society & British Library: London, 2008), Folio Soc. and BL edns.

01-Jan-2007 'A British Curator Abroad: Curating 'In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year 1000'

'A British Curator Abroad: Curating 'In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year 1000',Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institute, Washingon DC , October 2006-January 2007'; AMARC Newsletter (2007), 3-4.

01-Jan-2007 'The Medieval Museum'

'The Medieval Museum', in C. Rudolph, ed., The Blackwell Companion to Medieval Art (Blackwell: Oxford and Malden, MA, 2007), pp. 639-655.

01-Jan-2007 'The Triumph of the Codex: the manuscript book before 1100'

'The Triumph of the Codex: the manuscript book before 1100', in S. Eliot and J. Rose, eds, The Blackwell Companion to the History of the Book (Oxford, 2007), pp. 179-193.

01-Jan-2007 'Illuminating the Middle Ages'

'Illuminating the Middle Ages', Illustration (2007), 19-24.

01-Jan-2007 'The Barberini Gospels: Context and Intertextuality'

'The Barberini Gospels: Context and Intertextuality', in A. Minnis and J. Roberts, eds, Text, Image, Interpretation: Studies in Anglo-Saxon Literature and its Insular Context in honour of Eamonn Ó Carragáin (Brepols: Turnhout, 2007), pp. 89-116.

01-Jan-2007 'Sidelong Glances and Silent Screams: the Emotional World of the Luttrell Psalter'

'Sidelong Glances and Silent Screams: the Emotional World of the Luttrell Psalter', in M. Hofmann & C. Zöhl, eds, Quand La Peinture était dans les Manuscrits: Melanges Francois Avril (Bibl. Nat. de France & Brepols: Paris , 2007), pp. 45-56.

01-Jan-2007 'The Book as Sacred Space'

'The Book as Sacred Space', in J. and P. North, eds, Sacred Space: House of God, Gate of Heaven, a Celebration of the 75 th Anniversary of the Anglican Shrine of Walsingham (Continuum: London, 2007).

01-Jan-2007 'The Lichfield Angel and the Manuscript Context: Lichfield as a Centre of Insular Art'

'The Lichfield Angel and the Manuscript Context: Lichfield as a Centre of Insular Art', Journal of the British Archaeological Association 160 (2007), 8-19.

01-Jan-2006 You're History: How People Make the Difference

Edited Book

You're History: How People Make the Difference, M. P. Brown and R. J. Kelly, eds, (Continuum: London, 2006). Authored introduction and own essay, 'It's Positively Medieval'.

01-Jan-2006 How Christianity Came to Britain and Ireland

Monographs

How Christianity Came to Britain and Ireland (Lion Hudson : Oxford, 2006). Reissued as Pagans and Priests: The Coming of Christianity to Britain and Ireland (Reader's Digest, 2007).

01-Jan-2006 In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year 1000

Exhibition Catalogue, Freer and Sackler Museum, Smithsonian Inst. (Smithsonian Institute: Washington DC , 2006).

01-Jan-2006 St Paul 's Cathedral

Monographs

St Paul 's Cathedral (Jarrold: Norwich, 2006).

01-Jan-2006 The Luttrell Psalter, a facsimile with accompanying commentary

The Luttrell Psalter, a facsimile with accompanying commentary, (Folio Society & British Library: London , 2006), Folio Soc. edn and BL trade edn.

01-Jan-2006 The World of the Luttrell Psalter

The World of the Luttrell Psalter (British Library: London, 2006)

01-Jan-2005 'The Tower of Babel: the architecture of the early western written vernaculars'

'The Tower of Babel: the architecture of the early western written vernaculars', in A. J. Duggan, J. Greatrex and B. Bolton, eds, Omnia Disce. Medieval Studies in Memory of Leonard Boyle, O.P. (Ashgate, Aldershot , 2005).

01-Jan-2005 'Fifty Years of Insular Palaeography, 1953-2003: an Outline of some Landmarks and Issues'

'Fifty Years of Insular Palaeography, 1953-2003: an Outline of some Landmarks and Issues', in W. Koch & T. Kölzer, eds, Archiv fur Diplomatik: Schriftgeschichte Siegel- und Wappenkunde (Proceedings of the CIPL conference, 2003) (Böhlau Verlag: Cologne, Weimar & Vienna, 2005), pp. 277-325.

01-Jan-2005 'The Insular Contribution to the Transmission of Biblical Texts'

'The Insular Contribution to the Transmission of Biblical Texts', a chapter in the Vatican's History of the Bible, La Bibbia, Formi e Modeli , ed. P. Cherubini (Vatican Publications: Vatican City, 2005).

01-Jan-2003 The Lindisfarne Gospels: Society, Spirituality and the Scribe

The Lindisfarne Gospels: Society, Spirituality and the Scribe (British Library, Faksimile Verlag & Toronto University Press: London , Lucerne & Toronto 2003), pp. 479.

Issued in h/b and p/b, as a stand alone book (nominated for the British Academy Prize and the TLS International Book of the Year; reviewed in the TLS and the NY Review of Books, inter alia ) and as a commentary volume accompanying the facsimile of The Lindisfarne Gospels (Faksimile Verlag & British Library: Lucerne and London , 2003).

01-Jan-2003 Painted Labyrinth. The World of the Lindisfarne Gospels

Monographs

Painted Labyrinth. The World of the Lindisfarne Gospels (British Library: London, 2003).

01-Jan-2003 'House-Style in the Scriptorium: Scribal Reality and Scholarly Myth'

'House-Style in the Scriptorium: Scribal Reality and Scholarly Myth', in G. Brown & C. Karkov, eds, Anglo-Saxon Styles (New York, 2003).

01-Jan-2002 'Mercian Manuscripts? The 'Tiberius' Group and its Historical Context'

'Mercian Manuscripts? The 'Tiberius' Group and its Historical Context', in M. P. Brown and C. Farr, eds, Mercia: An Anglo-Saxon Kingdom in Europe (Leicester University Press: Leicester, 2002).

01-Jan-2002 'Gerald of Wales and the 'Marvels of the East': the role of the author in the development of marginal illustration'

'Gerald of Wales and the 'Marvels of the East': the role of the author in the development of marginal illustration', in English Manuscript Studies Vol X: Decoration and Illustration in Medieval English Manuscripts, ed. A. S. G. Edwards (British Library: London, 2002); reptd in the Journal of the International Association for the Study of the Irish Language, Japan, 2005.

01-Jan-2002 The Sherborne Missal, Turning the Pages CD-Rom

The Sherborne Missal, Turning the Pages CD-Rom (British Library: London , 2002).

01-Jan-2001 Mercia: An Anglo-Saxon Kingdom in Europe

Edited Book

M. P. Brown & C. Farr, eds, Mercia: An Anglo-Saxon Kingdom in Europe (Leicester University Press: Leicester , 2001; h/b and p/b edns).

01-Jan-2001 'Female book-ownership and production in Anglo-Saxon England: the Evidence of the Ninth-Century Prayerbooks'

'Female book-ownership and production in Anglo-Saxon England: the Evidence of the Ninth-Century Prayerbooks', in C. Kay & L. Sylvester, eds, Lexis and Texts in Early English: Papers in Honour of Jane Roberts (Brill: Amsterdam, 2001)

01-Jan-2001 'The Life of St Fursey: what we know and why it matters'

'The Life of St Fursey: what we know and why it matters', The Inaugural Fursey Lecture (Diocese of Norwich: Norwich, 2001).

01-Jan-2000 `A Fifteenth-Century Revision of the Glastonbury Epitaph to King Arthur'

M. P. Brown & J. Carley, `A Fifteenth-Century Revision of the Glastonbury Epitaph to King Arthur', Arthurian Literature 12 (1993), 179-192. Reptd in J. Carley, ed., Glastonbury Abbey and the Arthurian Tradition (Boydell: Woodbridge, 2000).

01-Jan-2000 '"In the Beginning was the Word": Books and Faith in the Age of Bede'

'"In the Beginning was the Word": Books and Faith in the Age of Bede', The Jarrow Lecture, 2000 ( Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2000).

01-Jan-2000 'The Benedictional of St Ethelwold'

'The Benedictional of St Ethelwold', The New Bookbinder (2000).

1991 A Palaeographer's View: Selected Writings of Julian Brown

Harvey Miller: London

1990 A Guide to Western Historical Scripts from Antiquity to 1600

British Library & Toronto University Press: London & Toronto

Research Projects & Supervisions

Research projects:

Details
London Palaeography Summer School

Director

Medieval Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age

Director; AHRC-funded one-week course, IES

Professional Affiliations

Professional affiliations:

Name Activity
RSLP Advisory Board for Palaeography, Univ. of London Library
Society of Scribes and Illuminators
Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society
Courtauld Institute
Society of the Antiquaries of London
Comité International de Paléographie Latine
Wallspace Art Gallery
University of London Palaeography Teachers' Group
Lincoln Cathedral Library Committee
Pecia (online journal)
St Catherine’s Monastery Sinai: Electronic Cataloguing and Conversion Project
Lambeth Palace Library 400th Anniversary celebration co-edited the commemorative book / exhibition catalogue and planned exhibition, both of which were highly successful
Rawlinson Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies, Univ. of W Michigan organising conference sessions and publications
ESF grant programme referee Grant referee

Collaborations:

Name Type Activity Start date End date
British Library Studies in Medieval Culture. 1996-2007 Series and Commissioning Editor for British Library Studies in Medieval Culture. This produced 2-4 monographs or electronic publications per annum which set the book in its broader historical and social context (from late Antiquity to the Renaissance; northern Europe, the Mediterranean and near East).
British Library Publications, Advisory Publications 2006 - Advisory Board member for British Library Publications
Advisory Board member, the Richard Rawlinson Center, University of W. Michigan, Kalamazoo
Relevant Events

Related events:

Date Details
01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Stanford University

01-Jan-2012 Liefinck Lecturer

Leiden University

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

King's College London

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Trinity College Dublin

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Cambridge University

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Oxford University

01-Jan-2012 Keynote Speaker

Aldred Conference, University of Westminster. April.

01-Jan-2012 Speaker

University of Bergen

01-Jan-2012 Public Lecture Course

One-day lecture course at Sutton Hoo. 28 April 2012.

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Grosseteste Society, Lincoln.

01-Jan-2012 Director and Lecturer, Insular MSS Study Day

Institute of English Studies

01-Jan-2012 Medieval MSS Studies in the Digital Age

Director and lecturer. IES/Warburg/KCL/Cambridge Unversity.

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Baylor University, Texas

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Cleethorpes Cultural Association

01-Jan-2012 Plenary Lecturer

Anglo-Russian Conference, SAS

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Companions of Sts Alban and Sergius (Greek Orthodox Churches)

01-Jan-2012 Invited Lecturer

Shropshire Scribes

01-Jan-2011 Keynote Speaker

Ikon Conference at Rijeka Univeristy, Croatia

01-Jan-2011 Keynote Speaker

ISAS conference, Madison WI

01-Jan-2011 Director of Funded Student Training Course on the Materiality of Anglo-Saxon Mss

ISAS conference, Madison WI

01-Jan-2010 ‘Evidence for Contact Between the Near East and the Insular World’

Art History Dept., Cambridge University, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘Southumbrian Book Culture Before Alfred’

Index of Christian Art, Princeton University, 2010

01-Jan-2010 ‘The Implications of the Inscription’

Symposium on the Staffordshire Hoard, British Museum, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘Anglo-Saxon E. Anglia, Its Books and Archaeology’

Southend Museum, 2010

01-Jan-2010 ‘The Holkham Bible and its Maker’

Suffolk History Society, Stowmarket, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘The MacDurnan Gospels’

Lambeth Palace Library, Exhibition lecture series, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘Anglo-Saxon Lichfield, its Gospelbook and Recent Archaeological Discoveries ’

Keele University, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘The Raman Laser Analysis of Pigments in Early Medieval Manuscripts’

University of Piedmont, Vercelli, conference on science and manuscript studies, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘The Luttrell Psalter and the Holkham Bible: English MS Art in the Early 14th Century’

Shropshire Scribes, Shrewsbury, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘Mercian Manuscripts: the implications of the Staffordshire Hoard, other recent discoveries, and the “new materiality”’

Inaugural lecture, Professor of Medieval MS Studies, SAS, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘Material Culture and the Conversion of E. Anglia’

The Annual St Fursey Lecture, Diocese of Norwich, and address in Norwich Cathedral, 2010.

01-Jan-2010 ‘Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts’

Wadhurst History Society, 2010

01-Jan-2009 ‘The Anglo-Saxons and Their Books’

Sutton Hoo Study Centre, 2010

01-Jan-2009 ‘The Lindisfarne Gospels’

Oxford Cathedral, 2010.

01-Jan-2009 ‘Sacred Texts: the monotheistic faiths and their manuscripts’

BL on location lecture, Leicester Central Library, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘Strategies of Visual Literacy in Insular and Anglo-Saxon Book Culture’,

The Toller Lecture, Manchester University, 2009

01-Jan-2009 Invited International Lecturer

Medieval and Renaissance Studies Centre, University of Notre Dame, USA, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘Goths at the Gate: : what does ‘Gothic’ mean in the context of the medieval book?'

keynote speaker at conference - Gothic Art and Thought in the Middle Ages, Index of Christian Art, Princeton University, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘The St John’s Bible: the art of the hand-made book’

Public lecture, Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘From Columba to Cormac: the Contribution of Irish Scribes to the Insular System of Scripts’,

57th Settimana di studio della Fondazione Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo, ‘L’Irlanda e gli Irlandesi nell’Alto Medioevo’, CISAM, Spoleto, Italy, 2009.

01-Jan-2009 ‘Anglo-Saxon Manuscript Studies’

University of Rome, Il Tre, Italy, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘Medieval Studies and the History of Communication’

History of Communication Seminar, IES, 2009.

01-Jan-2009 ‘Medieval Treasure Bindings’

Society of Bookbinders’ Conference, Warwick University, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘The St Andrew’s Psalter’

Andrew’s University, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘The Luttrell Psalter’

Oxford Scribes, Anniversary Lecture, Market Harborough, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘The Luttrell Psalter and the Holkham Bible: the English booktrade on the eve of the Black Death’

Wynkyn de Worde Soc. lecture, Artworkers’ Guild, London, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘Manuscripts from Anglo-Saxon Canterbury’

Canterbury Cathedral, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘Adventures in Palaeography’

The Language Show, Olympia, London, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘The Lindisfarne Gospels: Making and Meaning’

Glasgow University, 2009

01-Jan-2009 ‘Illuminating the Word: the rise of the decorated manuscript in the medieval West’

Library Assoc. of Ireland, National Library of Ireland, 2009.

01-Jan-2009 ‘The Holkham Bible: Pater Noster Row and the Medieval Booktrade’

Letter Exchange, Artworkers’ Guild, London, 2009.

01-Jan-2009 The Book and the Transformation of Britain, c.550-1050: a Study in Orality and Visual and Written Literacy

The Sandars Lectures in Bibliography, Cambridge University Library, 2009

01-Jan-2009 Toller lecture

Invited to deliver the Toller lecture (Manchester Univ) 2009.

01-Jan-2009 Sandars Lectures

Sandars Lectures, Cambridge University Library, in 2009.

01-Jan-2007 Keynote at Univ. of Wisconsin

Keynote at retirement colloque for Nick Doane, Univ. of Wisconsin, 2007.

01-Jan-2007 ISAS conference, London, 2007

Co-organiser of ISAS conference, London, 2007.

01-Jan-2007 'In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year 1000'

Guest Curator of 'In the Beginning: Bibles Before the Year 1000' at the Smithsonian Institute, Oct. 2006-Jan. 2007. Atten Attended by almost 200,000 and accompanied by a two-day conference which I co-organised.

01-Jan-2006 Inst. of Medieval Studies, Univ. of New Mexico

Keynote Lecture to the Inst. of Medieval Studies, Univ. of New Mexico, 2006.

01-Jan-2006 Keynote Medieval Academy of America

Keynote Medieval Academy of America, 2006.

01-Jan-2004 'Treasures from the British Library, with a Northern Focus'

Content planning and creation for 'Treasures from the British Library, with a Northern Focus', a travelling exhibition initially at Leeds Public Library, June-July 2004, and for several regional panel / IT exhibitions focusing on a regional 'treasure' from the BL's collections, 2004-7.

01-Jan-2004 University of London 's Annual Palaeography Lecture

University of London 's Annual Palaeography Lecture, 2004

01-Jan-2004 Holy Island Heritage Centre permanent exhibition

Content creation for the Holy Island Heritage Centre permanent exhibition, 1999 and 2004 and for the Laing Gallery's Lindisfarne Gospels exhibition, 2000.

01-Jan-2003 Labyrinth: the World of the Lindisfarne Gospels

Curator of Painted Labyrinth: the World of the Lindisfarne Gospels, BL, 2003. Attended by over 141,440.

01-Jan-2003 CIPL

Keynote Lecturer to the CIPL Colloque, 2003.

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