Programme for DigiPal VI: The Palaeography Awakens...
Date: Monday 5th September 2016
Venue: Room K4U.12, King's College London, Strand WC2R 2LS
Co-sponsors: Models of Authority and Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies
After all the frenzied speculation on Twitter, we decided it was time to put the rumours to rest and reveal the final line-up and programme for DigiPal VI next week (see below). Psyched? We are! And the good news is that it's still not too late to register if you'd like to be part of the most rock'n'roll, cutting-edgy, medieval manuscript-inflected Digital Humanities Symposium taking place at King's College London next Monday. Registering is easy: just sign-up with Eventbrite. There's no charge for registering and a free lunch is included. What more could you want?
Well... this year, as a special treat to celebrate our sixth anniversary, we are delighted to offer some bookish prizes, generously donated by Keith Houston. The rules are simple: register for the Symposium; turn up; and you're in with a chance!
Very much looking forward to seeing you next week,
Stewart Brookes and Peter Stokes
9.30am Registration and coffee
10am Session 1. Chair: Johanna Green (University of Glasgow)
1. Erik Kwakkel (Leiden University)
"Reading an Invisible Manuscript: Using MA-XRF to Trace Medieval Fragments
Inside Book Bindings"
2. Emma Cayley (University of Exeter)
"Rethinking Medieval Materiality: The Curious Case of the Hotel Carpet"
11.30am Session 2. Chair: Louise Sylvester (University of Westminster)
3. Charles Farris (University of Westminster)
"The Challenge of Royal Wardrobe Accounts"
4. Anna Dlabačová (Université catholique de Louvain)
and Giacomo Signore (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)
"Mapping Miscellanies. Possible Approaches to Miscellaneous Manuscript Analysis"
5. Peter Cornwell (University of Westminster)
"Rhetorics and Pragmatics of Sustainability in Research Employing Digital Methods"
1pm Lunch (vegetarian sandwiches for all attendees)
2pm Session 3. Chair: Lois Lane (King's College London)
6. Stewart Brookes (King's College London)
"Models of Authority as an Agent of Holistic Detection"
7. Dauvit Broun (University of Glasgow)
"Assessing the Authenticity of Melrose Abbey's Earliest Charter"
Alice Taylor (King's College London)
"Understanding Diplomatic Practice through the Models of Authority Database:
the Melrose Abbey Charters as Case Study"
John Reuben Davies (University of Glasgow)
"Looking for Models in Holyrood and Melrose"
Tessa Webber (University of Cambridge)
"Dating Charters and Tracing Influence with Models of Authority"
8. Débora Marques de Matos (King's College London/Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)
"SephardiPal as a Tool for Digital Connoisseurship'
4pm Session 4: Chair: Dominique Stutzmann (Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes;
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
9. Vincenzo Damiani (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg)
"Anagnosis – A Text-image Alignment Tool for Greek Papyri"
10. Adi Keinan-Schoonbaert (British Library)
"Digitisation, Engagement and Digital Scholarship: The Hebrew Manuscripts Digitisation Project"
11. Tom Haines (University College London)
"My Text in Your Handwriting"
5.45pm Session 5. Chair: Tadashi Kotake
12. Alison Hudson (British Library)
"Archbishop Wulfstan’s School Days"
13. Peter Stokes (King's College London)
"MultiPal: Towards a Digital Palaeographical Approach to Multigraphism"
6.45pm Closing wordsShare on Twitter Share on Facebook