Earlier this term I gave a paper at Teaching the Codex 2, a colloquium at Merton College here in Oxford. This was the sequel to a similar meeting last year, about teaching of/with/and manuscripts. The first TTC gave us a overview of … Continue reading
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I’ve written a quick guest post in a series on what it’s like to be a researcher on someone else’s project, a position which come with its own particular struggles and pleasures. You can find it on Pat Thomson’s blog here. … Continue reading
A quick note: on Monday I’ll be speaking at this year’s Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School. I’m not there as a digital humanities expert—I’m a long way from that—but I’m going to work through some ‘live’ manuscripts on the … Continue reading
In June I’ll be starting work as the Postdoctoral Research Assistant on the ‘Towards a New Edition of the Wycliffite Bible’ project, based in Oxford’s English Faculty. I’ll be the junior member of a team of three, working with Elizabeth Solopova (the … Continue reading
Before I witter about what I’ve been up to, some links. Jenni Nuttall has been writing a series of helpful guides to different aspects of Middle English poetics on her blog. I can see these being primarily useful for an … Continue reading
Since my last post news has come that the University of London is reconsidering the closure of the Institute of English Studies. Which is good. Let’s hope the IES is saved.
First of all, a long-overdue link: Colleen Curran wrote up these notes on using the Vatican Library. I was linking to them in a post I half-drafted a month ago, but the post died in draft! So I’ve linked them … Continue reading