We are always keen to broaden the scope of our blog, and we would like to hear from anyone involved in the learning or teaching of palaeography and codicology. This means that we are interested in what you have to say, whether you have been teaching manuscript studies for years, whether you are currently taking a course (inside or outside a traditional setting), whether you are self-taught, or making the switch from student to teacher, whether you are trialling a new approach to teaching, or whether you want to reflect on successful pedagogical strategies. We are also keen for the blog to explore languages and traditions which have not been represented here so far.
If you would like to propose a blog post, please fill in the form below.
Guidelines for Posts
- Posts should be submitted as a Word document (other mainstream word processing documents, e.g. Pages, LibreOffice, are also acceptable).
- Our website is powered by WordPress, which supports footnoting, so please put any offline references into footnotes.
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- We encourage you to include images! Please indicate where images are to be placed, and how they are to be captioned. Many libraries are very happy to allow online use of images, but please do obtain any necessary permissions. Please send any images as separate files.
- Please include a one or two sentence bio at the start of your post.
- A more detailed PDF guide is available (last updated July 2020).