The Illuminated Page, 2020
On Jan. 15, 2020, Stanford Libraries are proud to play host to a series of events inspired by, or focused on, the Burke Collection.
- An exhibition in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda displaying nearly every piece from the collection, to run from Jan. 15 to Apr. 15 - explore case by case through the links on the left side of this page beginning with the Introduction.
- A symposium on Jan. 15 featuring 13 speakers exploring the Burke Collection from multiple disciplinary perspectives, co-hosted by Stanford Text Technologies.
- A reception in the Munger Rotunda on Jan. 15 celebrating the launch of the exhibition
- A concert on Jan. 15 featuring members of Cut Circle alongside Stanford students performing music from the Burke Antiphonal, led by Prof. Jesse Rodin
The Illuminated Page: Manuscripts from the Burke Collection, 1150 - 1550
An exhibition on display January 15 – April 15, 2020 in Green Library.
Celebrating the Burke Collection at Stanford Libraries
A Symposium co-sponsored by Stanford Text Technologies and Stanford Libraries. Jan. 15 from 1-5:30 pm in the Bender Room, Green Library.
Sounds of Renaissance Florence
Inside, outside, and in the streets—hear the bellowing of sacred texts and the howling of carnival songs, the devotion of the faithful and the revelry of the drunk. Joined by the ensemble Cut Circle, Stanford students from Music 159J (“Performance as Analysis”) will sing from—and invent multi-voice music based on—a perfectly preserved fifteenth-century Florentine chant manuscript.
Jan. 15 from 6:30 pm in the Munger Rotunda, Green Library.
For more information, visit the concert page.