Marianne H. Hansen
Academic Coursework and Additional Training
Rare Book School
- Introduction to Codicology (Summer, 1998)
Instructor: Albert Derolez
- Introduction to Medieval and Early Renaissance Bookbinding Structures (Summer,
Instructor: Christopher Clarkson
- Physical Evidence in Early Printed Books (Summer, 2001)
Instructor: Paul Needham
- The Printed Book in the West since 1800 (Summer 2003)
Instructor: Eric Holzenberg
Ithaca, New York.
- Survey of European Art, Renaissance to Modern (Summer, 1992)
- Problems in Medieval Art and Architecture - The Renaissance Book of Hours
seminar paper: signs of use in the Hours of Charles V
- Studies in Italian Renaissance Art - Role and Identity of the Artist in
Italian Renaissance Art (Spring, 1993).
- Introduction to Art History, Modern Art (Summer, 1993)
- Impressionism in Society (Fall, 1993)
paper: Degas' monotypes
- Women in Italian Renaissance Art ( Spring, 1994)
seminar paper: images from Petrarch's Trionfi on domestic furniture.
- Architecture of the Middle Ages (Fall, 1994)
- Prints of the 15th through the 17th Century (Spring, 1995)
seminar paper: Children of the Planets blockbooks
related web site: The Planets
and Their Children
- Medieval Illuminated Book (Fall, 1995)
paper: codicological analysis and historical context of Netherlandish book
of hours in Cornell University Library collection.
- Paleography, Bibliography, and Reception History for 14th - 17th Century
Literature (Fall, 1997)
seminar paper: introduction of textual divisions to Mandeville's Travels in
the 1499 edition of Wynkyn de Worde
- History of the Book (Spring, 1998)
term project: late medieval bindings
- Art and Death in the Middle Ages (Fall, 1998)
term paper: Ars moriendi blockbooks
- Prelude to the Italian Renaissance; Duecento and Trecento Italian Art (Fall,
term paper: Exultet rolls
- Coaching and Developing Employees, October, 1999
- Series on Library Instruction and Facilitation, August, 1999
- Employee Interviewing and Selection Techniques, June, 1999
- Teaching What You Know: Instructing Adults, May, 1998
- Grantwriting Procedures, April, 1997
- Culture of Grantsmanship, March, 1997
- Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts workshop
Show and Tell: Preservation Planning for Exhibitions, December 2003
- South Central Regional Library Council Conservation and Preservation Series
- Needs Assessment and Environmental Monitoring, November, 1998
- Protective Enclosures, January, 1999
- Care of Graphic Materials, May, 1999
- Exhibitions, June, 1999
- Rare Book and Manuscripts Section ALA Preconference Workshop
Learning to Look: Making a Case for Preservation, June 1998
Syracuse, New York.
- Introduction to the Library and Information Profession (Summer, 1995)
term paper: Use of Paraprofessionals in Reference.
- Information Services and Resources (Fall, 1995)
term project: AskERIC Infoguide: "Multimedia Development".
- Management of Libraries and Information Centers (Fall, 1995)
term paper: case study - Cornell University Library Technical Services.
- Information Systems: Theory and Design (Spring, 1996)
term paper: evaluation of the Museum Educational Site Licensing (MESL) Project.
- Policy, Social and Economic Issues of Libraries and Information Centers
literature review: Academia and Academic Publishing.
- Indexing and Abstracting: Theory and Practice (Summer, 1996)
term presentation and paper: Issues in Indexing Diaries.
- Preservation Policy and Management (Summer, 1996)
term project: NEH grant proposal
(Fall, 1996; Spring, 1997)
- Independent Study on Instructional Strategies
for Adults (Summer, 1997)
Human Computer Interaction & Computer-Mediated Communication
Ithaca, New York.
- Interactive Multimedia Research and Design (Fall, 1996)
group project: design of interface for an information kiosk in a museum gallery.
- Social Use and Design of Communication Systems (Spring, 1997)
term project: review of issues in using a Web-based survey to solicit user
feedback for an image database.