The 16th Congress will feature for the first time a poster session devoted to updates on critical editions and other text-editing projects, as well as scholarly projects pertaining to digitization and other digital humanities initiatives. The poster session will coincide with an early evening wine reception, allowing attendees to circulate among the posters and discuss projects with the presenters. The poster session and evening reception are generously being sponsored by the Stephan Kuttner Institute of Medieval Canon Law and will feature a poster on the editing of the Decretum Gratiani by the Institute’s director, Professor Anders Winroth.
Presenters are encouraged to make their own posters, but may also consult with Dr. Susan L’Engle, former Associate Director of the Vatican Film Library and now Professor Emerita of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Saint Louis University. Posters will be printed on-site on high-quality photographic paper, matte finish, at Saint Louis University prior to the Congress. All posters must be designed to be 30 x 40 inches (76 x 101.5 cm). Any software program may be used to create the poster, but it must be saved and submitted as a PDF. For those needing assistance, Dr. L’Engle will work with them, utilizing their desired text and images, to design the poster. In this case, images should be sent in TIFF format, with a minimum resolution of 600 dpi.
Dr. L’Engle may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.