By Matthew Heintzelman
On Monday, October 15, 2012, the staff at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library learned of the passing of a great friend and colleague, Father John Kulas, OSB (1930-2012). Father John (or simply “John” as most of us knew him) demonstrated Benedictine values of simplicity, respect, patience, and care in all he undertook for the Library.
The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) announces the establishment of the Dietrich Reinhart OSB Fellowship in Eastern Christian Manuscript Studies, to be awarded annually for three years beginning with the Academic Year 2013-2014.
Wayne Torborg, Director of Digital Imaging, and Theresa Vann, the Joseph S. Micallef Curator of the Malta Study Center, represented HMML at UNESCO’s international conference “The Memory of the World in the Digital Age: Digitization and Preservation” in Vancouver, Canada, September 26-28.
See HMML's online exhibition:
Terra Incognita online exhibition
The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library in Collegeville, Minnesota, preserves handwritten manuscripts around the world and makes the digital images freely available in an effort to understand and protect the history of humanity.