Conferences

The U-M Library often sponsors and/or hosts conferences, symposia and the like. Current and past conferences include:
  • contact list by Kevin Augustine LO from the Noun Project Beyond CTRL+F: Text Mining Across the Disciplines 2016
  • Logo image with floppy disks and CD-ROMs Personal Digital Archiving 2016
  • Pseudo-Aristotle. Problemata. 14th c. England. Manuscript codex on vellum, 240 x 190 mm. Latin. Mich. Ms. 203

    Pseudo-Aristotle. Problemata. (Trans. Bartholomew of Messina [fl. 1258-1266]). England; 14th c. Manuscript codex on vellum, 240 x 190 mm. Latin. Mich. Ms. 203. The Le Roy Crummer Collection

    , Johann Dryander (1500-1560).  Anatomiae, hoc est, corporis humani dissectionis pars prior, in qua singula quae ad caput spectant recensentur membra, atque singulae partes, singulis suis ad vivum commodissime expressis figuris, deliniantur. Omnia recens nata. Marburg: Eucharius Cervicorius, 1537.

    Johann Dryander (1500-1560).  Anatomiae, hoc est, corporis humani dissectionis pars prior, in qua singula quae ad caput spectant recensentur membra, atque singulae partes, singulis suis ad vivum commodissime expressis figuris, deliniantur. Omnia recens nata (Marburg: Eucharius Cervicorius, 1537). The Le Roy Crummer Collection

    , Wendelin Hock (fl. 1513-1535). Ein contrafact Anatomy der inneren glyderen des menschen durch den hochgelerten physicum und medicine doctorem Wendelinum hock von Brackenaw  (Strassburg: Joannen Schott, 1517)

    Wendelin Hock (fl. 1513-1535). Ein contrafact Anatomy der inneren glyderen des menschen durch den hochgelerten physicum und medicine doctorem Wendelinum hock von Brackenaw (Strassburg: Joannen Schott, 1517) The Le Roy Crummer Collection

    , Uterine Amulet. Egypt, 1st-5th century AD. Haematite, black. 20 x 18 x 3 mm. KM 26067

    Uterine Amulet. Egypt; in Greek; 1st-5th century AD. Hematite, black. 20 x 18 x 3 mm. Maurice Nahman. KM 26067

    , A Medical Set with Forceps and Various Hooks. Rome, Italy, Roman Period. Bronze, 130 x 32 mm (average). KM 1485. Gift of W. Dennison, 1909

    A Medical Set with Forceps and various Hooks. Rome; Roman Period. Bronze, 130 x 32 mm (average). Gift of W. Dennison, 1909. KM 1485

    The Art and Science of Healing: From Antiquity to the Renaissance (2017)
  • The Flood in Florence, 1966: A Fifty-Year Retrospective
  • Analog Computer by flickr user sjrankin Web Archives 2015: Capture, Curate, Analyze