[H-verkko] CFP: Manuscript Studies: A New Journal from the Schoenberg Institute

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Ke Helmi 3 14:08:22 EET 2016

Agricolan artikkelipyyntöihin on lähetetty uusi ilmoitus:
Manuscript Studies: A New Journal from the Schoenberg Institute
The Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies at the University of
Pennsylvania Libraries is pleased to announce its new semi-annual journal
Manuscript Studies. This journal aims to bring together scholarship from around
the world and across disciplines related to the study of pre-modern manuscript
books and documents.

We are actively seeking submissions for 2017 and beyond. The journal is open to
contributions that rely on both traditional methodologies of manuscript study
and those that explore the potential of new ones. We seek articles that engage
in a larger conversation on manuscript culture and its continued relevance in
today’s world and highlight the value of manuscript evidence in understanding
our shared cultural and intellectual heritage. Studies that incorporate digital
methodologies to further understanding of the physical and conceptual structures
of the manuscript book are encouraged. A separate section, entitled Annotations,
features research in progress and digital project reports. Book,  digital
project, and exhibition reviews will also be included. For more information, go
to http://mss.pennpress.org.

The following articles will be featured in first issue, to be published April
2016. For subscription information, please visit the website.
·         Christopher Blackwell, Christine Roughan, and Neel Smith,
Citation and Alignment: Scholarship Outside and Inside the Codex
·         Benjamin J. Fleming, The Materiality of South Asian
Manuscripts from the University of Pennsylvania MS. coll. 390 and the
Rāmamālā Library in Bangladesh
·         Evyn Kropf, Will that Surrogate Do?: Reflections on Material
Manuscript Literacy in the Digital Environment from Islamic Manuscripts at the
University of Michigan Library
·         Nigel Ramsay, Towards a Universal Catalogue of Early
Manuscripts: Seymour de Ricci’s Census of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts
in the United States and Canada
·         Linda H. Chance and Julie Nelson Davis, The Handwritten and
the Printed: Issues of Format and Medium in Japanese Premodern Books
·         Timothy L. Stinson, (In)Completeness in Middle English
Literature: The Case of the Cook’s Tale and the Tale of Gamelyn
·         Y. Tzvi Langermann, Transcription, Translation, and
Annotation: Observations on Three Medieval Islamicate Medical Texts in UPenn MS
Codex 1649

Ilmoituksen lähetti: Agricola <agricola at utu.fi>
Ilmoitus vanhentuu: 31.12.2016
Lisätietoja WWW-osoitteesta: http://mss.pennpress.org