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 …

Storify and Closing Remarks

Our first update following our launch colloquium, and with thanks to Colleen Curran of King's College London, is a Storify of the day's events. Secondly, and with thanks to Henrike Lähnemann for filming, here is David D'Avray's summing up of the day, ahead of our final discussion:

Teaching the Codex 2016: Timetable

Saturday 6 February 2016 0900 Registration with tea & coffee 0945 Opening remarks 1000–1130 Classics Chair: Stephen Heyworth (Classics, Oxford) Niels Gaul (Classics, Edinburgh) Nigel Wilson (Classics, Oxford) Tobias Reinhardt (Classics, Oxford) 1130–1200 Tea & Coffee 1200–1300 Medieval I Chair: Julia Crick (History, KCL) Daniel Wakelin (English, Oxford) Henrike Lähnemann (German, Oxford) 1300–1415 Lunch 1415–1515 Medieval …

Teaching the Codex. An interdisciplinary colloquium and its digital aftermath.

Palaeography and codicology encompass skill sets which are applicable and of use to a broad range of disciplines across the Humanities. Most students encounter them for the first time at graduate level, in spite of their wide-reaching implications for our understanding and interpretation of the texts and documents with which we work. The approaches taken …