This mini-colloquium, the last one organized by the NWO-sponsored project “Turning Over a New Leaf”, focuses on current research that studies manuscript books and handwritten text from a digital point of view.
This colloquium is devoted to medieval manuscripts containing works in the vernacular.
This mini-symposium examines the use of digital tools in palaeographical research.
This colloquium is concerned with the production and use of classical texts before 1200. The symposium focuses on the presence of the classical heritage, both Greek and Roman, in the Latin manuscript tradition.
This colloquium places center stage medieval and early-modern glossaries: lists that present words and their meaning, the ancestor of our modern dictionary.
This colloquium brings together both experts and non-experts interested in medieval texts and manuscripts devoted to natural history.
This colloquium brings together those interested in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts and their contexts of production and use.
This colloquium brings together those who are interested in manuscript culture and the history of texts and ideas in the medieval period.