The Cambridge Medieval Palaeography Workshop is a forum for informal discussion on medieval script and scribal practices, and on the presentation, circulation and reception of texts in their manuscript contexts. Each workshop focuses upon a particular issue, usually explored through one or more informal presentations and general discussion. All are welcome. Easter Term meetings will take place in the Milstein Seminar Room, Cambridge University Library between 2-4 PM.
Friday 6 May 2016.
Dr. Irene Ceccherini: ‘The Network of Cursive Handwriting: Late Medieval Italian Notaries, Merchants, Scribes and Scholars between Documents and Books’
Friday 20 May 2016.
Dr. Katya Chernakova: Title To Be Announced.
Dr. Eyal Poleg: ‘The Late Medieval Bible’
Friday 27 May 2016.
Professor David Ganz: ‘When is a ‘Script’ not Several Scribes?’
For more information, see the attached poster.
Convenors: Teresa Webber, Orietta Da Rold, Suzanne Paul, Sean Curran and David Ganz. For further details, email Orietta Da Rold (firstname.lastname@example.org)