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Old January 23rd, 2017, 08:54 AM   #1

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Illuminated Manuscripts on Coursera Jan 30th

Another course I don't have time for but I'm doing anyway. (Yes, it's free).


Part of the description:
In this seven-week course, students will explore the material creation, content, and historical context of illuminated medieval European manuscripts. Students will acquire an introductory knowledge of their distinguishing characteristics, their cataloguing and periodization (when they were created), the methods utilized to produce them, and their historical context and value.
If anybody wants to join we can discuss it in this thread. Just like I mentioned in my other thread - you can download the Coursera app on your phone, download the videos and watch/listen anywhere. I often listen (not watch) in my car if they are not too graphics intensive.

This one has a bit more reading associated to it. It looks really cool!

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