Introduction: MARC Cataloging for Medieval Manuscripts

HOPE MAYO

Abstract

The four articles published in this issue were originally delivered as seminar papers at the Thirty-First ACRL Rare Books and Manuscripts Preconference, held in Minneapolis, June 19–22, 1990. Since the preconference topic was “The Next Decade: Issues, Strategies, and Opportunities for Special Collections in the 1990s,” the subject of computerized cataloging—and in particular MARC format cataloging—for medieval manuscripts seemed a timely one. It was also timely in that these topics have been much discussed among medievalists in recent years, and the Minneapolis preconference—which included a field trip to the Hill Monastic Manuscript Library—offered itself as . . .

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