Charles Melville is Professor of Persian History at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Pembroke College. The Ambrosian Academy was founded by the Archbishop of Milan, Cardinal Federico Borromeo, on 25th June 1620, under the name of The Drawing Academy (Accademia del Disegno), for teaching painting, sculpture and architecture. Susan Rankin is Professor of Medieval Music at the University of Cambridge, Fellow of Emmanuel College and a Fellow of the British Academy.
His current research focuses on illustrated manuscripts of Persian chronicles and epic literature, with a particular emphasis on the 13th-17th centuries. theses on “The 'Length of Christ’ in painting – Codification of authenticity in intermedial discourse” will be published in the series „Vestigia Bibliae“ by the German Bible Archive in 2017. Kirill Ole Thompson, Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (IHS) at the National Taiwan University in Taipei, and the Director of CSMC signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen the already well established collaboration between the two institutions. Her research engages with music of the middle ages through its manuscript sources and notations, and through its place and meaning within ritual. Mandana Barkeshli is an Associate Professor at the International Islamic University Malaysia where she is teaching courses in conservation. Malachi Beit-Arié is professor emeritus of codicology and paleography at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
In cooperation with the CSMC & The Islamic Manuscript Association, the Ahmadu Bello University organises this workshop.
Arewa House, Kaduna, Nigeria CSMC congratulates Dr.
Stefan Thiemann (subproject INF), is Head of the newly founded central operating unit 'Center for Sustainable Research Data Management' at Universität Hamburg.
The RDM Center combines infrastructure, competencies and tasks with the thematic emphasis on long term backup, storage and reuse of research data, research applications, repositories, Open Access, digitization in research and research information.Eva Gümbel, visited Universität Hamburg and the CSMC. The price has the express goal of recognizing writing in African languages and encouraging translation from, between and into African languages. Philippe Depreux, Principal Investigator in sub-project C08, for being granted funding for the long-term research project “Formulae – Litterae – Chartae”. David Ganz was Professor of Latin palaeography at the University of North Carolina, at King’s College London, and at the Medieval Institute University of Notre Dame.The award ceremony took place in Dar es Salaam on 16 January. Giuseppe Veltri , head of the sub-project B08 on Hebrew manuscripts, has been elected as full member of the Oriental Class by the venerable 'Ambrosian Academy' in Milan. Ira Rabin who is working in the sub-project Z02 was awarded the academic title “Professor” by the University of Hamburg. The CSMC congratulates and looks forward to an even closer collaboration! The objective of the project is a new edition of the early medieval Formulae including the unlocking of early medieval letters and charters in the Occident (ca. He has published on early Latin and Carolingian manuscripts, and is working on early Latin minuscule scripts.He is project manager of the ERC research project: “Para Tex Bib: Paratexts of the Bible, Analysis and Edition of the Greek Textual Transmission” in Munich. Details and Registration Die Veranstaltung wird von der Karl und Gertrud Abel-Stiftung gefördert. 13, 24, 14-15 - Zur Herstellung und zu den Strategien der Betrachterlenkung CSMC, Warburgstraße 26, room 2002This research collection was established by the renowned sinologist Paul M. Libraries in the Manuscript Age: East and West - Les bibliothèques à l’âge du manuscrit: Orient et Occident Further information can be found here. thesis in Thai Studies is titled: “Cindamani – The Odd Content Version: A Critical Edition”. Thies Staack, alumnus of the graduate school of the CSMC, received the Karl H.This is a collection of documents, mostly pdf files, all saved on one server. This archive contains documents related to blindness, braille, the automation of braille, and many other topics.For more information about the purpose of this collection, the sources, and the stories contained in it, please follow this link. 1--COMPUTER TO OPEN A WHOLE NEW WORLD FOR THE BLIND--Janet Fields chairman of the Braille Transcribing Division of the National Braille Press in Boston, examines copy from computerized braille system developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Malachi Beit-AriéHebrew University of Jerusalem Presentation of the Upgraded Sfar Data: The Codicological Website of all Dated Hebrew Manuscripts Documented in situ Worldwide and its Elaborated Retrieval System – a Tool for Localising and Dating Undated Manuscripts CSMC, room 2002 Warburgstraße 26Ahmed Hussein Ahmed Parkar, M. University of Hamburg Manuscripts and Transmission of Knowledge in Swahili Society: A Comparative Analysis of Form and Usage of Qaçīda al Hamiziyya CSMC, room 0001, Warburgstraße 26Prof. Her research interests focus on the history of Greek and Latin handwritten book materials and techniques and the development of appropriate methods of analysis and description of medieval manuscripts. Patrick Andrist is a researcher at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Pier Francesco Fumagalli Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana The Arabic Manuscripts of the Ambrosiana: A Treasure for Arts, Philosophies, Sciences and a Dialogue of Civilizations CSMC, Warburgstraße 26, room 0001Prof. Hui-Wen LUGraduate Institute of Art History at National Taiwan University Reproducing and Remaking the Paradigm: Wang Xizhi’s (303-361) Calligraphic Masterpiece Essay on Yue Yi (Yue Yi lun) in the Age of Printing CSMC, Warburgstraße 26, room 0001Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis The 3rd international conference 'Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis' will be held at CMSC on 13 and 14 June. Information and registration CSMC, Warburgstraße 26Prof. Niemeijer and Gerard Mulder MAIS archival systems & De Ree archiefsystemen, Groningen Towards Digital History & Culture in Southeast Asia - Preservation Imaging and Digital Archival Systems as the Cornerstones of Manuscript Preservation and Public Access in the Dream Sea Programme CSMC, Warburgstraße 26, room 0001Prof. Felix Heinzer Senior Professor at Universität Hamburg Producing and Reading Books in the Middle Ages - An Introductory Survey on the Medieval Codex in the Latin West and its History CSMC, Warburgstraße 26CSMC congratulates Peera Panarut, doctoral student in the integrated research training group “Manuscript Cultures“, for having been awarded the “Karl H. The CSMC congratulates him on his achievement and wishes him continued success! It contains more than 3000 handwritten pages of regional folklore and stories Serruys’ students recorded for him. Felix Heinzer was awarded a Senior Professorship at Universität Hamburg on 1 October. Professor Ramble is an anthropologist specialized in the social history, religions and societies of Nepal and Tibet. Cereti Sapienza University of Rome The Monument and the Inscription of Paikuli: Blending Epigraphy and Archaeology Cluster of Excellency 'Understanding Written Artefacts', Warburgstraße 26, room 0001Summer School manu Sciences '19In cooperation with the CSMC & BAM, the PSL Research University (France) organizes the German-French Summer School manu Sciences '19Le CAES du CNRS, la Villa Clythia, Frejus, France. Marilena Maniaci is full professor of Paleography at the Università degli studi di Cassino e del Lazio meridionale since 2008. Nádas University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The Production of Music Manuscripts in Florence at the Beginning of the 15th century: The Squarcialupi Codex and Polyphonic Song CSMC, Warburgstraße 26, room 0001PD Dr. Giuseppe De Greogorio University of Salerno Greek Manuscripts of the Palaeologan era (1258–1453) from the Patriarchate of Constantinople now in the Vatican Library CSMC, Warburgstraße 26, room 0001Dr Hendrik E. theses in the Faculty of Humanities at Universität Hamburg. Ditze Prize for his outstanding doctoral thesis in Sinology. (1912-1999) during his time as a missionary in Northern China from 1936 to 1949 and consists mainly of manuscripts. Charles Ramble, Professor and Directeur d'études for Tibetan and Himalayan Studies at the Ecole pratique des hautes études (EPHE, Sorbonne) in Paris, is Mercator Fellow at CSMC.Her research areas include, among others, hebrew codicology, Judaism during the Italian renaissance and book censorship. He holds a professorship of Islamic and Oriental Arts at the International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization (ISTAC) of the International Islamic University Malaysia. Kalliopi Lempidaki Petra Kappert Fellow at the CSMCFunerary Inscriptions with Fines from Mainland Greece: Evidence Regarding the Use and Reuse of the Funerary Monuments.His fields of research include art, art history and comparative studies in religious arts. Wei Chen Centre for the Study of Bamboo and Silk Manuscripts at the University of Wuhan A New Study of the Term "shi he 食禾" Used for Feeding Courier Horses with Grain in the Statutes from Qin and Early Han Times CSMC, Warburgstraße 26, room 0001Professor CHEN Songchang is the vice-director of the Yuelu Academy at Hunan University in Changsha, China. CSMC, Warburgstraße 26, room 2002During a visit of a delegation from the Fudan University in Shanghai to CSMC on June 6th, Vice-President Professor Susanne Rupp of the University of Hamburg and Professor Yang Yuliang from the Fudan University signed a Memorandum of Understanding in order to enhance cooperation in the field of manuscript studies and beyond. Raoul Motika, Director of the Orient-Institut in Istanbul, and the Director of CSMC signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen the already well established collaboration between the two institutions. Stefano Martinelli Tempesta is research assistant in Ancient Greek Language and Literature at the State University of Milan, where he teaches “Textual Transmission of Greek Literature”.