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Dr Scot McKendrick

Head of Western Manuscripts, The British Library

UCL History Department, Hon. Research Associate

Scot McKendick has curated major exibitions such as the 'The Mythical Quest' and the 'Sacred'. He as been seconded to projects for the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, acted as consultant to the Royal Academy of Arts for the exhibition 'Illuminating the Renaissance', and is a founder committe member of the Research Centre for Illuminated Manuscripts in London. He has lectured widely in London and at British universites as well as in Florence, Antwerp, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Dr McKendick has acted as external examiner for doctoral and MA disserations and is currently joint supervisor of an AHRC Collaborative Doctorate.

Recent Publications

  • 'Between Flanders and Normany: a Case of Influrence within Collaboration between Flemish and Norman Miniaturists?' in Under the Influence: the Concept of Influence and the Study of Illuminated Manuscripts, ed. A. Bovey and J. Lowden (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008)
  • Contributor to Karl der Kuehne: Kunst, Krieg und Hofkultur, ed. S. Marti, G Keck and T.-H Bolchert, Bern Historisches Museum exhibition catalogue (Stuttgart: Belser, 2008)
  • 'The Earliest Representation of the Crucifixion of the Parlement de Paris? in Von Kunst und Temperament. Festschrift fuer Eberhard Koenig, ed. M. Hofmann and C. Zoehl (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007)
  • Contributor to Sacred: Books of the Three Faiths: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, ed. J. Reeve, British Library exhibition catalogue (London: British Library Publications, 2007)
  • Joint author, Bible Manuscripts: 1400 Years of Scribes and Scripture (London: British Library Publications, 2007)

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