A two-day, graduate student-led workshop addressing the codicological challenges posed by medieval manuscripts and the fundamentals of digital editing, including transcribing, commenting upon, and encoding the text and images of a medieval manuscript from Harvard's Houghton Library according to TEI P5 protocols. The workshop will be limited to twelve places, with preference given to graduate students with a demonstrated need for training in manuscript study and text encoding. The application form can be found... Read more about Digital Editing and the Medieval Manuscript
Rethinking the Body: Humanity and its Discontents in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, the 2019 meeting of the New England Medieval Consortium. A day-long conference addressing how the human body (broadly conceived) was imagined, depicted, and treated in life and death in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, featuring a keynote address by Jacqueline Jung (Yale University). To register, please visit the conference website... Read more about New England Medieval Conference
The Fall seating of the Medieval Studies graduate Latin translation exam. Successful completion of this exam will satisfy the language proficiency requirement of the graduate secondary field in Medieval Studies. More information about the exam, including sample texts, can be found on the Medieval Studies website. If you plan to take the exam, please RSVP to Sean Gilsdorf by Monday, 28 October.