4th International Conference on the Science of Computus, 13th-15th July

Venue
The Moore Institute Seminar Room

Date & Time
13th July, 2012 @ 09:00:00

Galway Computus Conference 2012-

Speakers & Papers

1. LeofrancHolford-Strevens (England) Fratresnostri qui tuncRomaefuere: aneglected problem in Bede, De temporumratione, cap. 47

2. Masako Ohashi (Japan) Who was the author of the Letter to King Nechtan of the Picts (ad 710)?

3. Brigitte Englisch (Germany) Der Komputusdes Victorius von Aquitanien: einForschungsproblem?

4. Caitlin Corning (USA) ‘The more things change, the more they stay the same': The Easter dating controversy at the World Council of Churches (1997-2012)

5.John Contreni (USA) A fresh look at Herwagen'sBridfertiRamesiensisGlossae: the glosses on Bede's Denaturarerum

6. Daniel McCarthy (Ireland) An assessment of the Zeitz Table in the context of the Latercus

7. LucianaCuppo (Italy) Squaring the circle: the wind-diagram in BAV Reg. Lat. 2077 and the encounter with Isidore

8. David Howlett (England) Some dating-clauses in Hiberno-Latin computistical manuscripts

9.L.S. (Sándor)Chardonnens (Netherlands) Correlations between layout, structure & setting of prognostics in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts

10. Megan McNamee (USA) Picturing number in Byrhtferth of Ramsey's Enchiridion

11. MarilinaCesario (N. Ireland) Significacionesventorum in noctenatalisdominiet in ceteris xii noctibusvsque ad epiphaniam: the English tradition of wind prognostication (12th-15th centuries)

12. Ulrich Voigt (Germany) Rediscovering Paul of Middelburg (1446-1534)

13. Faith Wallis (Canada) Sortes Sanctorum andAleaCeli: dating &divination in some insular computusmanuscripts

14. Wesley Stevens (Canada) Walafrid Strabo's study of the computus

15. Colin Ireland (Ireland) Taking sides atthe Synod of Whitby (ad 664)

16. David Juste (Australia) The origins of the Latin prognostica, 800-1100

17. James Palmer (Scotland) An 8th-c. Irish computus in Lombardy and the end of the world

18. Alden Mosshammer (USA)Two computistical texts: ExpositioBissexti and Quo tempore initium mundi

19. PavelKuzenkov (Russia) The Alexandrian Computus and the Era of Annianus

20. AnastasiosIoannides (USA) The computistical work of MatthewVlastares

21. C.P.E. Nothaft (Germany) The date of the Passion in Early Medieval computistics: the strange case of the Victorian-Dionysiac ‘hybrid' table in the Sirmond Computus

22. Immo Warntjes (Germany) Iberian computistics, 6th-8th century

23. Roy Liuzza (USA)Wheels within wheels: further observations on The Sphere of Life & Death

24. Dáibhí Ó Cróinín (Ireland) The Historia Paschalis in Kiev, Narodni Bibl., MS. I. 5876

25. David Pelteret (England) The provenance and purpose of the computus in the Red Book of Darley (CCCC, MS. 422)

26. Richard Landes (USA) Computistical and chronological activity at the approach of the millennial years 6000/800 and 1000

27. Werner Bergmann (Germany) BruhrechnenimMittelalter. Der ursprünglicheCalculus des Victorius von Aquitanien

Further Information: Prof. Dáibhí Ó Cróinón, History, NUI, Galway

daibhi.ocroinin@nuigalway.ie

www.nuigalway.ie/history/computusconference.html