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Date: Saturday, 9/28/2019 – Wednesday, 11/27/2019
Location: Snell Library lobby, Northeastern University
The exhibit showcases the interdisciplinary historical, codicological, musicological, and bioarchaeological research on Northeastern University’s only parchment manuscript, the late fifteenth century Dragon Prayer Book, since its discovery in 2011.
Created by faculty lead Dr. Erika Boeckeler (English), student project lead Laura Packard (English); and student research team members Zak Ganhadeiro (Biology), Connor Hamill (Political Science), James Packard (Computer Science/Computer Engineering), Vijeta Saini (English M.A.), Kieran Sheldon (Games), and Natalya Jean (English & Graphic Design).
Funded by the Humanities Center, CSSH, CoS, the English Department, the Honors Program, and Snell Library.
Date: Sunday, 10/27/2019 8PM-10PM
Location: Raytheon Amphitheatre, 120 Forsyth St, Boston, MA 02115, Northeastern University
Hear the NU Madrigal Singers perform music from the fifteenth century Dragon Prayer Book, Northeastern University’s only parchment manuscript. The concert is connected to the Decoding the Dragon exhibit at Northeastern University’s Snell Library.
Read the Dragon
Date: Thursday, 10/3/2019 11AM-1PM
Location: 90 Snell Library (basement of Snell Library, Northeastern University)
Learn to decode and transcribe the late fifteenth century Latin of the Dragon Prayer Book, Northeastern University’s only parchment manuscript. The workshop is connected to the Decoding the Dragon exhibit at Northeastern University’s Snell Library. Lunch will be served. Attendees are invited to view the manuscript in Special Collections beginning at 11:00.
Led by Erika Boeckeler, Associate Professor of English and Laura Packard, English major.
Date: Thursday, 11/7/2019 3PM-4:30PM
Location: 310 Renaissance Park
Come hear experts in the fields of game design, medieval manuscript studies, and art conservation discuss radical formats for presenting and teaching research, the advantages and limitations of traditional and digital/scientific research tools, and the creation of the Dragon Prayer Book alternate reality game (ARG) with the student researchers of the Dragon Prayer Book Project.
Speakers include Associate Professor Celia Pearce (CAMD) & Kieran Sheldon (Games, CAMD); Jessica Chloros (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum) & Zak Ganhadiero (Biology, COS); Laura Light (Les Enluminures) & Laura Packard (English, CSSH).
Audience Q&A to follow.