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4. Manuscripts with Prints: A Sticky Idea
As part of my regular job as curator of illuminated manuscripts at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (from 2006–2009) I acquired a few items for the collection. A manuscript written in the vernacular from the Meuse valley, near Roermond or Venlo, with numerous prints pasted into it (and not ripped or cut...
Call for Manuscripts: "Cyber Asia and the New Media" EAA Fall 2013
Education About Asia (EAA) is the peer-reviewed teaching journal of the Association for Asian Studies. Our approximately 1,700 readers include undergraduate instructors as well as high school and middle school teachers. Our articles are intended to provide educators, who are often not specialists, w...
Digitized Manuscripts of Gothic Manuscript Books
Here's a spreadsheet with links to partially or fully digitized manuscripts that are included as plates in Albert Derolez, The Palaeography of Gothic Manuscript Books (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003). #Paleography #MedievalTwitterhttps://t.co/W8OaY0p9pT — Innocent Smith, op (@InnocentOP...
Hidāyat al-Qāriʾ (Short Version)
II.S.0.0. Introduction GAP II.S.0.1. This is the book of the abbreviated version of The Guide for the Reader, known as The Book of Essential Requirements. II.S.0.2. Its author begins and says: You, may God support you, asked me to abbreviate for you The Book of Rules, which is generally known as The...
'The Lampless Deep': Criss-Crossing Strains in Current Romantic Criticism. Jerome McGann, The Poetics of Sensibility: A Revolution in Literary Style. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996. ISBN: 0 19 818370 4 (hb). Price: £30.00 (hb) Stephen Bygrave (ed.), Romantic Writings. London: Routledge in association with the Open University, 1996. ISBN: 0 145 13577 X (hb); 0 415 13578 8 (pb). Price: £45 (hb); £12.99 (pb) Susan J. Wolfson and Peter J. Manning, eds. Lord Byron: Selected Poems. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1996. ISBN: 0 14 042381 8. Price: £7.99 Ted Hughes, ed. and intro. A Choice of Coleridge's Verse. London: Faber and Faber, 1996. ISBN: 0 571 17604 6. Price: £7.99 David Punter, ed. William Blake. New Casebooks. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1996. ISBN: 0 333 54597 4 (pb). Price: £10.99 (pb) Nancy Moore Goslee, ed. 'The Homeric Hymns' and 'Prometheus' Drafts Notebook: Bodleian MS. Shelley adds. e. 12, vol. XVIII of The Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts. New York: Garland Publishing, 1996. ISBN: 0 8153 1153 2. Price: $160 (hb)
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Using neurophysiological signals that reflect cognitive or affective state
What can we learn from spontaneously occurring brain and other physiological signals about an individual’s cognitive and affective state and how can we make use of this information? One line of research that is actively involved with this question is Passive Brain-Computer-Interfaces (BCI). To date...
Compared palaeography of epigraphic and manuscript writings: testing of a methodology
International audience French Epigraphists in recent decades regularly recognize the importance of studying the external characteristics of an inscription; however they still have a hard time giving them the proper place in the analysis of medieval epigraphic texts. Nevertheless the approach of a pa...
Jainism and the Western World: Jinmuktisūri and Georg Bühler and Other Early Encounters
The article reconsiders the perceived coincidence of interests of the Jains and orientalist scholarship in the 19th and early 20th centuries on the basis of Georg Bühler’s (1837-1896) personal account of his visit to the famous Jain library in Jaisalmer in 1874, published in 1883 in German in the Ös...
Comminution in the Minerals Industry
Size reduction processes represent a significant part of the capital as well as the operating cost in ore processing. Advancing the understanding of and improving such processes is worthwhile since any measurable enhancement may lead to benefits, which may materialize as reductions in energy consump...
What is a Recipe? DH@Guelph Summer Workshop 2017
Workshop Participants from the DH@Guelph Summer Workshop 2017: Making Manuscripts Digital are taking part of the Recipe Projects 2-month long online conversation/conference about "What is a Recipe." Madeline Bassnett who teaches at U. Western Onario wrote: What a recipe is depends on how you interac...
The contribution of the latest decipherment of Khitan scripts for the history of the Khitan-Liao dynasty
Manuscripts and Archives (Volume 11.0)
The series publishes monographs and collective volumes contributing to the emerging field of manuscript studies (manuscriptology), which includes disciplines such as philology, palaeography, codicology, art history, and material analysis. SMC encourages comparative approaches, without geographical o...
UK: National Archives website
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk The National Archives in the UK has re-launched its website, and now incorporates content from the former Public Record Office and the Historical Manuscripts Commission websites. (Library Blog)
Music and arts in the collaboration of the Groupe des Six with the Ballets suédois (1920-1925)
The Ballets suédois was formed in Paris in 1920 by Rolf de Maré, director, and Jean Biirlin,choreographer. In its five-year existence, this company asserted its wish to break away from the Russianhegemony by proposing daring performances. The most innovative of them were created in collaborationwith...
The Art of the Slender Line
Abstract: This article examines aspects of Dr. Françoise Henry’s work on early Irish Christian art, particularly abstractive qualities found in illuminated manuscripts of the 5th to 7th centuries, which she claimed were a key in revealing knowledge of contemporary medieval Ireland, that the fusion o...
Viejas y nuevas dependencias territoriales. Nuevos datos sobre elAger per extremitatem mensura comprehensus en la Ars Gromatica Gisemundi
"Old and New Territorial Dependencies : New Data about the Ager per extremitatem mensura comprehensus in the Ars Gromatica Gisemundi". The recent edition of the Ars Gromatica siue Geometria Gisemundi, which is based on two manuscripts that date from the ninth century (mostly ACA Ripoll 106), has off...
Turning over a New Leaf
Books before print – manuscripts – were modified continuously throughout the medieval period. Focusing on the ninth and twelfth centuries, this volume explores such material changes as well as the varying circumstances under which handwritten books were produced, used and collected. An important the...
Arabic Manuscripts in Trinity: The Huntingdon Collection (part 2)
In my last post I introduced the Arabic manuscripts beqeathed to Trinity College Library in the seventeenth century by Robert Huntingdon, provost of the College from 1683-92. I also conveyed that the later treatment of these materials by librarians – the physical placement of them on shelves - shows...
Critical edition, translation and commentary of the Jordanes’s Romana
In 551 AD, Jordanès, a christian author of gothic origin, wrote two books in latin : the De origine actibusque Getarum and the De summa temporum uel origine actibusque gentis Romanorum, which are also respectively called Getica and Romana. The first one of these texts drove attention because of the...
Texts Surrounding Texts
This blog is the showcase website of the ANR-DFG FRAL 2018 project Texts Surrounding Texts (TST) : Satellite Stanzas, Prefaces and Colophons in South-Indian Manuscripts (collections of the Paris BnF and Hamburg Stabi). It is meant to advertise the activities of the project. It will also offer update...
Citations to arXiv preprints by indexed journals and their impact on research evaluation
This article shows an approach to the study of two fundamental aspects of the prepublication of scientific manuscripts in specialized repositories (arXiv). The first refers to the size of the interaction of "standard papers" in journals appearing in the Web of Science (WoS)-now Clarivate Analytics-a...
Tempering Feydeau: Twisting and Guilty Pleasures on the London Stage (1893-1897)
Beginning in 1892, Feydeau established himself in France as the new master of vaudeville comedy. London theatres surrendered to his infectious laughter, producing a number of his plays between 1892 and 1897, though admittedly, carefully selected: The Sportsman, adapted from Monsieur chasse! , The Ot...
Reading Augustine’s Confessions in Normandy in the 11th and 12th Centuries
Scholars such as Pierre Courcelle have observed an intensification in interest in Augustine’s Confessions in medieval Europe after the 11th century. This intensification was manifested in Normandy in two ways: first, in the early 11th century, Abbot John of Fécamp drew extensively from Augustine’s C...
Some Anonymous Recommendations to Athonite Monks
This article focuses on an anonymous ascetic text which is unpublished until now, and offers the critical edition of this short work containing a series of recommendations to Athonite monks, alphabetically organized and ending with the letter gamma; the text is preserved in two manuscripts: Athous,...
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