Something I should probably have said in my previous post, because it took me a distressingly long time to start doing it myself: if acid-free paper slips are available, they make ideal ‘anchors’ in the manuscript. Using a slip, you … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2013
This post: just some written-up notes collecting together things I’ve found useful in understanding manuscripts’ physical structure.
This is just a little note. I’ve met several people who were working on relevant things but didn’t know that the manuscripts in the John Rylands Library at the University of Manchester are online. For a good while I didn’t … Continue reading
Quadrivium: as its new website has it, an ‘annual training event for postgraduates and early career researchers of medieval and early modern textual studies’. There’s no conference fee and—get this!—there are even small but very helpful grants towards the cost … Continue reading