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The Hill We Climb
Ars Edendi Lecture Series, vol. IV237Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.The Ars Edendi Lectures have been organized by the research programme at Stockholm University funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond during the years 2008-2015, with a focus on editorial methods for dynamic textual traditions of medieval Greek and Latin texts.
This fourth volume gathers contributions both on the fundamentals of editing, as in Glenn Most ?What is a critical edition??, and looking at specifi cs such as marginalia (Teeuwen), errors (Maggioni), musical notation (Atkinson). Two papers focus on digital tools in editing Greek (Dendrinos) and Latin and early Romance (Robinson) texts. Richard Janko describes the challenges in making out words in Herculaneum papyri. Both traditional and innovative approaches are contemplated in this rich and varied collection by leading experts in the field of editing.
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Barbara Crostini has a D. Phil. In Byzantine Studies from Oxford University. She worked as a member of the Ars edendi project 2010- 2015 on an electronic edition of a Byzantine illuminated psalter with catena commentary. She convened an international workshop about this manuscript in Rome now published as A Book of Psalms from Eleventh-Century Byzantium: the Complex of Texts and Images in Psalter Vat. gr. 752: Proceedings of an Ars edendi Workshop, Rome, 11-13 June 2012, co-edited with G. Peers, Studi e Testi (Vatican City, 2016). She is currently Assistant Professor in Greek at the Department of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University. ORCID: 0000-0001-9138-1766 Gunilla Iversen is Professor and former Chair of Latin at Stockholm University, leader of the Ars edendi Research Programme. Editor of the Corpus Troporum volumes of Ordinary tropes to the Sanctus, Agnus Dei, and Gloria, and co-editor of the Proper tropes to the feasts in the Easter cycle. She has published innumerable scholarly articles on medieval liturgical poetry as well as articles and translations dealing with the texts of Hildegard of Bingen and Catullus. With Marie-Nol Colette she is the author of La parole chante. Invention potique et musicale dans le Haut Moyen ge occidentale (Turnhout 2014). ORCID: 0000-0002-2556-5740 Brian M. Jensen is Associate Professor in Latin at Stockholm University and member of the Ars edendi research programme. Editor of Lectionarium Placentinum. Edition of a Twelfth Century Lectionary for the Divine Office I-IV (Firenze: SISMEL - Edizioni del Galluzo, 2016-2017). He has published numerous studies on medieval liturgical poetry, Mariology and hagiography, especially in Piacentinian sources, e.g. the commentary to the facsimile edition of the Liber Magistri from 1142 and an anlysis of its selection of tropes and sequences. Moreover, he has published the first complete Danish translation of Regula Benedicti and studies on Cicero's pro Caelio and the fables of Phaedrus. ORCID: 0000-0003-3446-0016
Introduction (Barbara Crostini, Gunilla Iversen and Brian M. Jensen); 1. Writing in the Blank Space of Manuscripts: Evidence from the Ninth Century (Mariken Teeuwen); 2. Editing Errors (Giovanni Paolo Maggioni); 3. The Ordinary Chants of the Roman Mass, with their Tropes: The
Odyssey of an Edition (Charles M. Atkinson); 4. Ars computistica ancilla artis editionum: Modern IT at the Service of Editors of (Greek) Texts (Charalambos Dendrinos and Philip Taylor); 5. How to Read and Reconstruct a Herculaneum Papyrus (Richard Janko); 6. What is a Critical Edition? (Glenn W. Most); 7. The Digital Revolution in Scholarly Editing (Peter Robinson)