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The Cambridge University Library is advertising for a specialist in medieval manuscripts. This is a permanent post in the library, and involves a mixture of reader services, cataloguing, digitisation support, teaching and learning support, and exhibitions and public engagement. The short description, copied and pasted from the Cambridge vacancies ...
The Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies at the University of Pennsylvania has just advertised a Postdoctoral Fellowship. This has no connection to the DigiPal project, but I can certainly say that in my personal opinion the team at Pennsylvania would be very good to work with, and this seems to ...
In the first post in this series, I presented the challenge of modelling the codicological structure of a manuscript: not just the page, or the text, but rather how the different pages fit together as bifolia, singletons and so on. I have since developed this further, through a partial ...
When: Wednesday 11th November 2015, 1.00-2.00pm
Where: University of Roehampton, Fin001, Fincham Building
Arianna Ciula (Research Facilitator, Roehampton)
In this paper I will reflect on the 'emergent meanings' of digital palaeography by analysing recent approaches and conceptualisation in the field. A contextualised take of the term 'digital' coupled with ...