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GregorianChant.jpg Gregorian Chant Manuscript Collection
The Gregorian Chant Manuscript Collection is a set of microforms that came to the University of Chicago Library in the 1990s. Reproductions were obtained from various Western European institutions, libraries, and religious houses mainly in France and England. The collection of 174 liturgical codex manuscripts dates from the 9th through 17th centuries with a concentration in the 12th and 13th centuries and include antiphonaries, missals, graduals, breviaries, sacramentaries, kyriales, tropers, sequentiaries, and others. The first twelve titles in this collection have been digitized and can be accessed from the Library's online catalog.
Formats
Digital
Microform
Subjects
Music
Default Placeholder Photo Manuscripts on Cultural Anthropology, 1931-1992
Manuscripts on Cultural Anthropology is a digital collection of 204 titles encompassing a significant body of field-based research and other primary materials documenting over 100 Mesoamerican languages and their change over time. The collection of unpublished and some published works contains vocabulary lists, dictionaries, grammars, corpora of texts and elicited sentences, concordances, and guides to holdings of other research collections, as well as supporting ethnographic and cultural materials, including field notes.
Formats
Digital
Microform
Subjects
Anthropology
Default Placeholder Photo Microfilm Collection of Manuscripts on Cultural Anthropology
The Microfilm Collection of Manuscripts on Cultural Anthropology (MCMCA) is a series of field notes in anthropology. It was an attempt to deal with a perennial problem in the discipline: field notes likely to be of enormous scholarly value are not normally published.
Formats
Microform
Subjects
Anthropology