Du mot à l’image. Le verrouillage des Paines denfer du Grand Kalendrier et Compost des Bergiers - Juliette Bourdier Lire l'article Français : Au Moyen Age, les témoignages chrétiens de la visite de vivants dans l’au-delà écrits en latin se répandent... Continue Reading →
The British Library, the Bibliothèque nationale de France and The Polonsky Foundation have teamed up to create two websites that will provide digital access to 800 medieval manuscripts. The websites will be launched next month. http://www.bnf.fr/en/professionals/national_cooperation/a.gallica_shared_digitization.html https://gallica.bnf.fr/html/und/manuscrits/ http://www.manuscrits-france-angleterre.org/ It is... Continue Reading →
Integration of Rare Books in the classroom... Dr Juliette Bourdier integrated the study of the rare printings of Le Roman de la Rose (1527) et le Chevalier Bayard (1525) in her course on Freedom of speech...
Équipe Fictions & Interactions, UMR ACTE CNRS 8218 Fictions Secondes Tables rondes Mercredi 25.05.2016 à 14h00 & 16h30 UFR Arts & Sciences de l’Art 47, rue des Bergers — 75015 Paris Colloque international Jeudi 26.05. 2016 & vendredi 27.05.2016... Continue Reading →
French Literature Conference 2016 Hybrid Genres/L’Hybridité des genres April 21-22, 2016 University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina This conference proposes to examine or re-examine how perhaps unexpected combinations of textual, audio, and visual forms can open new literary and... Continue Reading →
The DMMapp (Digitized Medieval Manuscripts App) links to more than 300 libraries in the world. Each one of these contains medieval manuscripts that can be browsed for free. The DMMapp is developed by the Sexy Codicology Team; it is part... Continue Reading →
Medieval Handwriting transcription This app won't help you to transcribe your special manuscript... it will, however help you to learn the deciphering by the example. Medieval Handwriting teaches users the skills necessary to transcribe rare documents that were written by... Continue Reading →