CEMERS

AcronymDefinition
CEMERSCenter for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Binghamton University)
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1024 is discussed in John Block Friedman, "The Humour and Folly of the World in Odd Places: A Fifteenth-Century Manuscript Herbal," in Science and Literature at the Crossroads: Papers from the 34th CEMERS Interdisciplinary Conference, ed.
The twelve essays collected in this volume were originally presented at the CEMERS 25th Annual Conference in 1991 on Place and Displacement in the Renaissance.
A full study of the miniatures of this herbal is in John Block Friedman, "The Humour and Folly of the World in Odd Places: A Fifteenth-Century Manuscript Herbal," in Science and Literature at the Crossroads: Papers from the 34th CEMERS Interdisciplinary Conference, ed.