“This new relationship strengthens resources and supports scholarship at HMML in a number of ways” said Dr. Daniel Gullo, curator of HMML’s Malta Study Center and HMML’s representative to the RSA. “RSA offers competitive grant opportunities for scholars and an annual conference with over 3,000 scholars in attendance. We look forward to participating in the annual conference, bringing Renaissance scholars to study our remarkable collections, and aiding the RSA Council.”
The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library is a global organization that advances manuscript research and scholarly inquiry by digitally preserving, providing access to, and interpreting manuscript collections from around the world. HMML places a special priority on manuscripts from regions endangered by war, political instability, or other threats.
For more information about HMML and RSA, please contact, Dr. Daniel Gullo, Joseph S. Micallef Curator of the Malta Study Center: 320-363-3993, email@example.com.