A Note on Use

The Fall 2018 iteration of the Hargrett Hours Project has been working all semester towards a digitized edition of our lovely Book of Hours. Lo and behold, it’s here! This website is the product of two months’ worth of work divided into (roughly) three parts: Team Website, Team Gospels, and Team Prayer, respectively working to create the website and

Passion Devotion in Books of Hours

(This post originally appeared on the “Hargrett Hours Project” Blog. Find Original Post Here) The central research project for this semester’s Hargrett Hours course has been the Passion material in the manuscript. Most centrally, we’re interested in how the six prayers and the Passion account from the Gospel of John fit into the broader landscape of

England research postmortem

(This post originally appeared on the “Hargrett Hours Project” Blog. Find Original Post Here) Although I was not primarily jetting about English manuscript archives to look at Books of Hours, I did manage to squeeze in a few amidst my primary task (looking at manuscripts owned by nuns). All told, I examined eleven Books of Hours,

Playing with Manuscripts in England: The Percy Hours

(This post originally appeared on the “Hargrett Hours Project” Blog. Find Original Post Here) Thanks to support from the Willson Center, I’m spending the second half of June in London and environs, looking at a whole range of medieval manuscripts. Most are manuscripts used in English nunneries, but I’m also examining a number of Books of Hours,

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