Professor Lawrence Nees presented a lecture in Paris on March 28, 2014 at a conference devoted to Charlemagne on the 1200th anniversary of his death. The conference was organized by and held at the Deutsches Historisches Institut/Institut historique allemand [German Historical Institute] in Paris, devoted to "Charlemagne: Les temps, les espaces, les hommes; Construction et déconstruction d'un règne" [Charlemagne: Time, Space, and People; Construction and Deconstruction of a Reign]. It was a three-day interdisciplinary conference bringing together historians, archaeologists, art historians, and literary specialists. Professor Nees, the only participant from the U.S., gave a paper on "Networks or Schools? The Production of Illuminated Manuscripts and Ivories during the Reign of Charlemagne." The papers will all be published next year, but they were also presented live on the internet, and can be seen at the following URL (scroll to 1:07:20 for the presentation by Professor Nees): http://charlemagne.hypotheses.org/343.