[Humanist] 27.907 pubs: on Philobiblion (homage to Charles Faulhaber); Digital Intertextuality

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 907.
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  [1]   From:    "MORRAS RUIZ-FALCO, Maria" <maria.morras at upf.edu>         (40)
        Subject: Volume homage to Charles Faulhaber - basedate Philobiblon

  [2]   From:    Neil Coffee <ncoffee at BUFFALO.EDU>                         (26)
        Subject: Digital Intertextuality Workshop Materials


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        Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2014 17:02:02 +0100
        From: "MORRAS RUIZ-FALCO, Maria" <maria.morras at upf.edu>
        Subject: Volume homage to Charles Faulhaber - basedate Philobiblon


Dear colleageus,

just in case any of you are interested in the history/story and
characteristics of Philobibon (http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/Philobiblon).
It was and still is the first Union Catalogue of Medieval Manuscripts of
Iberian literatures (Portuguese, Galician, Catalan & Spanish). Started back
in the 90's in CD-ROM, it is now located in a relational basedate with
interesting links to images, texts, and much more.

Apologies for cross-posting.

MMorrás

HOMAGE VOLUME FOR CHARLES FAULHABER

Vir bonus dicendi peritus: Studies in in Honor of Charles B. Faulhaber,
edited by Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, Ana M. Gómez-Bravo, and María Morrás (New
York: HSMS, 2014).

We are pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of a volume in honor
of Charles Faulhaber. The book pays homage to Charles Faulhaber's
contribution to Hispanic studies with a collection of essays on textual and
manuscript studies. The volume is scheduled to be published in Fall 2014.

The pre-publication price is $40 (including shipping) for USA-based
individuals and institutions, and $55 (including shipping) for those
outside of the US. Subscriptions must be received by May 31, 2014 in order
to be included in the Tabula Gratulatoria.

Checks in US dollars should be made payable to the Hispanic Seminary of
Medieval Studies and sent to:

Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies

Attn. John O'Neill

613 West 155th St

New York NY 10032

Payment is also accepted by credit card (Mastercard, Visa or American
Express). Please contact John O'Neill (oneill at hispanicsociety.org) for
details.

Please indicate exactly how you would like your name to appear in the
Tabula Gratulatoria and provide your e-mail and mailing address.

-- 
María Morrás
Profesora de Literatura Medieval
Departament d'Humanitats
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Barcelona
maria.morras at upf.edu
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2516-0524



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        Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2014 12:25:47 -0400
        From: Neil Coffee <ncoffee at BUFFALO.EDU>
        Subject: Digital Intertextuality Workshop Materials



Dear Digital Classicists,

On February 13-15, 2014, the University of Geneva and the Fondation Hardt in
Vandoeuvres hosted “Intertextualité et Humanités Numériques
 http://tesserae.caset.buffalo.edu/blog/category/workshop/  ,” a workshop on
digital approaches to intertextuality and text reuse focused on classical
antiquity.

Materials from the workshop are available through the Tesserae blog
 http://tesserae.caset.buffalo.edu/blog/category/workshop/  . These include
an overview of the proceedings, descriptions of current digital projects on
intertextuality in the classical world, presentation text and slides, and
blog responses by workshop participants.

Best wishes,
Neil

 

  http://www.classics.buffalo.edu/people/faculty/neil_coffee/  Neil Coffee

Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Classics
University at Buffalo, SUNY
338 MFAC
Buffalo, NY 14261
(716) 645-0452
  http://www.classics.buffalo.edu/  http://www.classics.buffalo.edu/
  http://tesserae.caset.buffalo.edu/  http://tesserae.caset.buffalo.edu/
  http://dca.drupalgardens.com/  http://dca.drupalgardens.com/

 





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