Humanities on the web: medieval world
Edited By Lourdes Soriano, Helen Rovira, Marion Coderch and Gloria Sabaté
This book reveals the current state of advanced research in the field of Humanities, introducing some of the leading projects being carried out in Europe and in the Unites States by historians and philologists. These research projects have to do with corpora of medieval Romance texts (literary or linguistic), metric indexes, databases on manuscripts, printed copies, iconographic sources, digitalisations of old collections or catalogues in the main research institutions. This volume shows the last advances in the dissemination of research outcomes through the Internet.
This volume contains contributions in English, Catalan, Spanish, Italian and French.
An Electronic Library of 15th Century Castilian Cancionero Manuscripts: Fiona Maguire
An Electronic Library of 15th Century Castilian Cancionero Manuscripts
University of Liverpool
‘L’écrit électronique […] reproduitl’œuvre médiévale dans sa variance même’
Bernard Cerquiglini, Éloge de la variante(Paris: Seuil, 1989), p. 116.
The digital library ‘An Electronic Library of 15th Century Castilian Cancionero Manuscripts’ is an open-access, free website which makes available the large corpus of fifteenth-century (c. 1360-1520) Castilian cancionero poetry, comprising over 4,000 individual poems, extant in over 150 MS witnesses, and over 150 early printed sources, conserved in archives in Spain, France, Italy, UK and the USA. The website provides codicological MS descriptions, digitized MS images and digital transcriptions, including variorum editions with collations and phylogenetic stemmata, of this poetic corpus and a digital edition of Brian Dutton, El cancionero del siglo XV, 1360-1520, 7 vols (Salamanca: Universidad, 1990-91), published hitherto in book form.
The digital library has been produced through an AHRC-funded research project collaboration between the Universities of Liverpool, Birmingham, UK and Barcelona, Spain, by the following project team members: project director Prof. Dorothy Severin (University of Liverpool), co-directors Prof. ← 105 | 106 → Peter Robinson (Univ. Saskatchewan, formerly Univ. of Birmingham, UK), Prof. Vicenç Beltran (Univ. Barcelona and La Sapienza, Univ. Roma); research associates: Dr Barbara Bordalejo (Univ. Birmingham), Dr Manuel Moreno and Fiona Maguire (Univ. Liverpool); technical assistance: Dr Duncan Appelbe and Dr Jake Gannon (Univ. Liverpool), Andrew West...
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