Friday 16th June from 5-6:30pm. Taylor Institution Library, Main Hall and Voltaire Room with a presentation of the Digital Editions of the History of the Book students 2022/23 and an introduction to the exhibition (on view until 26 June).
In the order of appearance:
- Henrike Lähnemann on the History of the Book course and introducing the projects by the students who couldn’t be there
- Charlotte Copeman on a previously unknown Yiddish version of the ‘Seven Sages of Rome’
- Katarina Ristik on the Deuttung der grewlichen figur des Munchkalbs tzu Freyburg in Meyssen gfunden (1523)
- Ksenia Dugæva on her edition of the moon calf part of Philip Melanchthon and Martin Luther, ‘De Deux Montres Prodigieux […]’(Genève, 1557)
- Elena Trowsdale on Of two Woonderful Popish Monsters, to wyt, Of a Popish Asse which was found at Rome in the river of Tyber and of a Moonkish Calfe, calved at Friberge in Misne (1579)
- Anja Peters on the concept of the exhibition