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• Mediæval Studies Seminar • École nationale des chartes–Sorbonne • Music | Philosophy | Script

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• Mediæval Studies Seminar • École nationale des chartes–Sorbonne  • Music | Philosophy | Script

Time: December 2, 2013 to December 3, 2013
Location: Archives nationales de France •
Street: 87, rue Vieille-du-Temple •
City/Town: 75003 Paris | France •
Website or Map: http://www.enc.sorbonne.fr/st…
Phone: +33(0)1 55 42 75 02 • 01 40 27 67 69 •
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: École nationale des chartes – Sorbonne
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2013

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Event Description

• Illo Humphrey - Ph. D. • 
• Mediævalist | Musicologist | Proto-Philologist •

• Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense | 2004 •

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• MUSIC | PHILOSOPHY | SCRIPT • 
• Palæography of "Gregorian" Chant • 
• Boethius: De institutione musica libri quinque • 
• Latin Stenography (“Tironian” Notes) • 

• ÉCOLE NATIONALE DES CHARTES – SORBONNE • 
• 19, rue de la Sorbonne | 75005 Paris |

Tél.  01 55 42 75 02  •

• 19, rue de la Sorbonne • 75005 Paris •

• New Mediæval Studies Seminar •

• Dec. 2nd-3rd | 2013: 9:30-12:30 a. m. – 2:30-5:30 p. m. •  

• In-Service Training Program, 

École nationale des chartes – Sorbonne | 2013-2014: 

Director, Clara Fougerol :

Tél.  01 40 27 67 69 

 clara.fougerol@enc.sorbonne.fr •  

• Nota bene: 
• The seminar will take place at the 
Archives nationales de France, 87, rue Vieille-du-Temple 75003 Paris •


• A Glimpse of the Seminar • 


• The École nationale des chartes – Sorbonne proposes, within the framework of its In-Service Training Program, a new mediæval studies seminar entitled MUSIQUE | PHILOSOPHIE | ÉCRITURE, conducted by Illo Humphrey.  The objective of this new seminar is to assist the student interns of ÉNC-Sorbonne and career professionals in Library and archival sciences in the management of manuscripts, manuscript fragments, and archival documents, which contain “tironian” notes (that is to say Latin Stenography), musical “neumatic” notations, as well as manuscripts containing the scientific-philosophical works of Boethius.  Then too, this mediæval studies seminar will explore the exciting and complex relationship between musical sound (phthongos), the philosophy of sense perception (cognitio | perceptio), and the gesture of handwriting (scriptura), all of which are closely interrelated one with the other, and all of which belong to the cognitive process in its entirety • 

• Conceived as a Lectio and Dialogus, this new seminar is dedicated to three aspects of the Carolingian culture of the 9th century, namely: 
• [1] Musical Palaeography of “Gregorian” Chant • 
• [2] The treatise Boethii De institutione musica libri quinque, which transmitted to the Post-Roman world the philosophy and the theory of ars musica • 
• [3] Latin Stenography, known as notae Ciceronis, notae Senecae, or simply notae, then, as of the 17th century, as notae Tyronis Ciceronis [sic], notae tironianae, “tironian” notes • 

• In conclusion, this new mediæval studies seminar offered by the In-Service Training Program of the ÉNC-Sorbonne, promises indeed to be very exciting, allowing not only a better management of the mediæval manuscript and archival patrimony, but also the rediscovery of concepts, both ancient and modern, both subtle and obvious, and will open up new horizons in the study of the cognitive process •  

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