Palaeography

Buying and Reading Anti-Papal Polemic

Some remarks on the reception of the Antithesis figurata vitae Christi et Antichristi and the Passional Christi und Antichristi. Revised version of the address given by Ulrich Bubenheimer during the launch of the new edition An effective method for researching the reception of a 16th-century edition is the so-called Exemplarforschung, i.e. recording as many surviving …

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Around Oxford Student Projects

Publication beyond Printing

Oxford Bibliographical Society, Publication beyond printing. 27th May 2021, 5.15 pm. In a series of ‘lightening talks’, eight Leverhulme Doctoral Students will present their research: Aoife Ni Chroidheain, Natascha Domeisen, Edward Jones, Daria Kondakova, Micah MacKay, Rosemary Maxton, Katie Noble and Daniel Wojahn This event will be held virtually, by ZOOM. To attend please contact …

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Digital Humanities Student Projects

‘Digital Editions Live’ – Workshop 25 June 2021, 3-5pm

in cooperation with OCTET and Dark Archives. Insights from the Series of ‘Digital Editions Live’ launches   Developing a framework for digital editing and exploring manuscripts online    Reflections on preparing digital editions in times of lockdown   Development of new digital methods for teaching History of the Book  Further Perspectives in conjunction with the Oxford Centre for Textual Editing …

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Around Oxford Hands-On Libraries Palaeography

Teams Teaching Codicology. The Joy of Opening Manuscripts during Lockdown

Yesterday, in preparation for a Gregorian chant workshop and as part of the History of the Book show-and-tell sessions, Dr Andrew Dunning, R.W. Hunt Curator of Medieval Manuscripts at the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, opened the Handbook of the Medingen Provost, Bodleian Library MS. Lat. liturg. e. 18. A full digitised copy is available, thanks to …

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