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Juliette Bourdier, Medievalist

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Hwæt! Beowulf Online

Now you can access the manuscript of Beowulf Cotton MS Vitellius A XV The manuscript of Beowulf, the greatest poem in the Old English language, can now be viewed online for the first time. Made around the year 1000, most... Continue Reading →

The MINIARE project

Secret histories of illuminated manuscripts: the MINIARE project From the University of Cambridge An innovative project at the University of Cambridge will uncover some of the hidden histories of illuminated manuscripts, thanks to the application of techniques more commonly found... Continue Reading →

A pedagogical Trebuchet

A Pedagogical Trebuchet: A Case Study in Experimental History and History Pedagogy By Lee L. Brice and Steven Catania The History Teacher, Vol.46:1 (2012) "A common problem history teachers face regardless of their field of specialization is how to help students... Continue Reading →

Time Management: How to Make it Happen!

This workshop will help you set academic goals and make them happen. Participants will brainstorm realistic goals and discuss how to achieve them. Forget the imposter syndrome: You can do it, and that is why you are here. Some of... Continue Reading →

My Students Can!

PF18: UMC 386 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm My Students Can! Turning your classroom in a newsroom Juliette BOURDIER, University of Colorado Boulder Last semester, my third year French students and I built a magazine. The primary learning objective was... Continue Reading →

Medieval Florilège epidemic, prostitution…

Bonjour, Dans cette section nous allons étudier quelques notions qui vont nous permettre de mettre un contexte autour de nos lectures. In a spin: the mysterious dancing epidemic of 1518 In 1518, one of the strangest epidemics in recorded history... Continue Reading →

What American Students Want!

FRIDAY Afternoon: International & Diversity Workshops from 1:00 - 2:00 PM. You may end up teaching abroad, you may have international undergraduates in your classes, you may be a foreign TA, you may feel like you don't fit in, these... Continue Reading →

Dating Medieval Manuscripts

The Algorithms That Automatically Date Medieval Manuscripts from http://www.technologyreview.com/view/509876/the-algorithms-that-automatically-date-medieval-manuscripts/# Around a million medieval documents have no date making their historical significance difficult to quantify. But automated computer techniques look set to revolutionise the work for historians An important aspect of... Continue Reading →

Charting the Future

Charting the Future & the Unknown in the Middle Ages & Renaissance A conference Saturday, December 1, 2012 9 AM - 6:15 PM Barnard’s 23rd Medieval and Renaissance Conference takes up the question of how writers, artists, historians, scientists, and... Continue Reading →

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