Parker Library (Cambridge) en ligne : journée d’étude le 18 mars 2018

Récemment, toute la collection de manuscrits médiévaux de la célèbre « Parker Library » de Corpus Christi College à Cambridge a été numérisée et mise à disposition sur le web.

A cette occasion une journée d’étude a aura lieu le 16 mars 2018, pour présenter la bibliothèque ancienne et la bibliothèque numérique et pour lancer des pistes de recherche.

Parker Library on the Web 2.0: New Opportunities and Future Directions

The Parker Library of Corpus Christi College is pleased to invite you to a symposium celebrating the launch of its newly redesigned digital platform. The conference will be an occasion to reflect on the impact of the digital humanities on manuscript studies, bringing together graduate students, researchers, and library professionals who work with or on manuscript books.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, attendance at the conference is free of charge. Depending on numbers, the conference will be held either in the historic Parker Library itself, or in the McCrum Lecture Theatre of Corpus Christi College. We therefore assume that your booking represents your confirmation of attendance.

Programme

9.00-9.30 : Registration

9.30-10.00 : Carlotta Barranu (University of Cambridge) & Alexander Devine and Dr Anne McLaughlin (Parker Library), Introducing remarks & Demo of Parker Library on the Web 2.0

10.00-11.30 : First panel: Reading the medieval page

  • Patricia O Connor (University College Cork), ‘Merging the medieval margin with the modern machine: a case study of CCCC MS 41’
  • Caitlin Naylor (Aberystwyth University), ‘Richard of Devizes, King Richard I, and CCCC MS 339’
  • Jean-Pascal Pouzet (Limoges and CESCM/CNRS, Poitiers, France), ‘Digital wonder: re-assessing annotations and provenance in Parker manuscripts’

11.30-12.00pm  Tea & Coffee

12.00-13.00 : Second panel: Curating digital lives

  • Toby Burrows (University of Oxford), ‘Tracing the afterlives of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts: the “Mapping Manuscripts Migrations” Project’
  • Dot Porter (Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies), University of Pennsylvania , ‘Using VisColl to visualise Parker on the Web: reports on an experiment’

13.00-14.00 : Lunch

14.00-15.00 :

  • Richard Higgins (Durham University Library Archives & Special Collections), ‘The Durham Library Recreated project’
  • Emma Stanford (Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services), ‘Ethical end-of-life care for digitised manuscripts: a case study from the Bodleian Library’

3.00-3.30pm  Tea & Coffee

15.30-17.00 : Third panel: Merging digital and physical

  • Emily Nicolet (University of Glasgow), ‘Old manuscripts, new technologies: using online resources to strengthen the connections between Ælfrician manuscripts’
  • Benjamin Pohl (University of Bristol), ‘Working with autographs in the Digital Age: Eadmer of Canterbury and “his” books (CCCC, MSS 371 and 452)’
  • Michelle R. Warren (Dartmouth College), ‘Shelfmarks: from the ground to the cloud’

17.00-17.15 : Suzanne Paul (Cambridge University Library), Concluding remarks

17.15-18.30 : Wine reception


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