Manuscripts from German-Speaking Lands – A Polonsky Foundation Digitization Project

Dr Tristan Franklinos is one of the founders of Teaching the Codex. He is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow and Junior Research Fellow in Classics at Trinity College, Oxford.  A marvellous collaboration between the Bodleian Library, Oxford and the Herzog August Bibliothek (HAB), Wolfenbüttel was launched this week.  Manuscripts from the German-speaking lands held in …

Music Panel Recordings

We would like to thank Margaret Bent and Eleanor Giraud for giving us permission to share their papers. Margaret Bent (Oxford) speaks at the 2017 Teaching the Codex Colloquium about music palaeography in the classroom. Eleanor Giraud (Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick) speaks about music palaeography in the classroom (re-recorded).

Practical Palaeography: Recreating the Exeter Book in a Modern Day ‘Scriptorium’

Dr Johanna Green is a lecturer in Book History and Digital Humanities at the University of Glasgow. Her PhD (English Language, University of Glasgow 2012) focused on a palaeographical study of the textual division and subordination of the Exeter Book manuscript. Here, she tells us about the first of two sessions she led for the …

Medieval I Panel: Panopto Recordings

We are now able to share Panopto recordings of the Medieval I panel, which featured Professor Henrike Lähnemann and Professor Daniel Wakelin. Daniel Wakelin: Teaching Codicology: Henrike Lähnemann: The Material Meets the Digital Many thanks again to all of our speakers, and in particular to Professor Lähnemann for making these recordings. Thank you also to the Bodleian …

Closing Remarks

With thanks to Henrike Lähnemann for filming, here is David D'Avray's summing up of the day, ahead of our final discussion: