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MemberMarco Heiles

…ieval German Multiple-Text-Manuscripts”, International Medieval Congress, Leeds 1-4 July 2019

30.11.2018: “Liederbuch, Hausbuch, Schicksalsbuch: Names and Labels of Medieval German Multiple Text Manuscripts and their Implications”, Workshop: “Titles, Labels, and Names of Multiple-Text Manuscripts”, Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures, Universität Hamburg

07.02.2018: “Scham und Obszönität in mittelalterlichen deutschen Handschriften. Probleme und Perspektiven”, Berliner Mediävistisches Symposium, Institut für deutsche Literatur der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

12.-14.10.2017: “Abschließbare Bücher des Mittelalters und der Frühen Neuze…
…dierter Rezepte in Datenbanken, in: Zeitschrift für digitale Geisteswissenschaften (angenommen).

Marco Heiles, Textual Amulets in Context. Was the Early Modern German Manuscript Mscr. Dresd. M 206 Used as a Magical Agent?, in: Michael Kohs (Hg.), Proceedings of the Workshop ‘Manuscripts as Magical Agents’, Hamburg, Centre fort he Studies of Manuscript Cultures, 10.06.2016 (Manuscript Cultures 12) 2019.

Marco Heiles, Literarische Texte in der Sammelhandschrift des Heidelberger Studenten Conrad Buitzruss aus dem Jahre 1424 (München, Staatbibliothek, Clm 671), in: Philippe Depreux und Till Hennings (Hg.), Collection and Organisation of Literary Texts in Early Medieval Manuscripts (Hamburger St…
…04.10.2016: Ph.D. (Promotion) in German Literature (Germanistik) – Universität Hamburg, Graduate School “Manuscript Cultures”
published 2018: “Das Losbuch. Manuskriptologie einer textsorte des 14. bis 16. Jahrhunderts”

01.07.2010: M.St. in Modern Languages (German) – University of Oxford

28.07.2009: B.A. in German Literature (Germanistik, Vergleichende Literatur- und Klturwissenschft) and Classics (Griechische und Lateinische Literatur und ihr Fortleben) – Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn…
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Marco Heiles, Deutschsprachige Losbücher (14.08.2018), in: Archivalia, https://archivalia.hypotheses.org/74451.

Marco Heiles, Ira Rabin und Oliver Hahn, Palaeography and X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Manuscript Production and Censorship of the Fifteenth Century German Manuscript, State and University Library Hamburg, Cod. germ. 1, in: Manuscript Cultures 11 (2018), S. 109–132, https://www.manuscript-cultures.uni-hamburg.de/MC/articles/mc11_heiles_rabin_hahn.pdf.

Marco Heiles, Das Wunderbare in der deutschsprachigen Rezeptliteratur des 15. Jahrhunderts, in: Stefanie Kreuzer und Uwe Durst (Hg.), Das Wunderbare. Dimensionen eines Phänomens in Kunst und Kultur (Traum – Wissen – E…

I am a PostDoc Researcher in Medieval German Studies at the RWTH Aachen University (2016-2023). Currently I am also a Fellow in the Open Science Fellow Program of Wikimedia Deutschland (2020-2012) and the president of the Netzwerk Historische Wissens- und Gebrauchsliteratur (Network Historical Literature of Knowledge and Practice, since 2020). In 2018 I was Petra Kappert Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures in Hamburg. I am an expert in medieval and early modern German literature and manuscripts with a focus on late medieval manuscript production and non-literary writing. I am working on a cumulative research project on the culture and practice of medieval German multiple text manuscripts: “Kultur und Praxis der Sammelhandschrift. Neue Methoden der Analyse und Interpretation mittelalterlicher deutscher Kleintextsammlungen”.

MemberWendy Laura Belcher

African language literature (especially that in Gəˁəz, Amharic, Hausa), Anglophone African literature, early African literature, African film, African women authors, history of the African book, African manuscript cultures, African female saints, and queer African studies; as well as race and gender in eighteenth-century English literature, comparative African and European studies, postcolonial literature, Chicana/o literature, African American literature, comparative hagiographies, gender and sexuality, memoir, indirection and censorship, travel literature, manuscript studies, prison literature, intellectual autobiography, and supernatural monsters.

MemberBradley Irish

Bradley J. Irish studies the literature and culture of sixteenth-century England, with a particular focus on the history of emotion.  His first book — Emotion in the Tudor Court: Literature, History, and Early Modern Feeling — draws on literary analysis, archival research, and cross-disciplinary scholarship in the sciences and humanities to interrogate the socioliterary operation of emotion in the Tudor courtly sphere. His research interests include: Tudor political and cultural history; emotions in early modern culture; Henrician literature and culture; Renaissance poetry, especially Wyatt, Surrey, Sidney, and Spenser; the Elizabethan courtier poets; Renaissance drama, including Shakespeare; the revenge tragedy tradition; the stoic tradition in Renaissance literature; early modern manuscript culture; paleography and archival research.  

MemberHugo Lundhaug

…2010.

– Koptiske skrifter. Verdens Hellige Skrifter. Oslo: De norske bokklubbene, 2012.

Edited Volumes
– The Nag Hammadi Codices and Late Antique Egypt. (with Lance Jenott). Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum 110. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2018. [with Lance Jenott]

– Snapshots of Evolving Traditions: Jewish and Christian Manuscript Culture, Textual Fluidity, and New Philology. Texte und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der altchristlichen Literatur 175. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017. [with Liv Ingeborg Lied]

Articles
– “Textual Fluidity and Post-Nicene Rewriting in the Nag Hammadi Codices.” Pages 47–67 in Nag Hammadi at 70: What Have We Learned? Edited by Eric…

– Professor of Biblical Reception and Early Christian Literature. – Scientific Director of the Interdisciplinary Research School Authoritative Texts and Their Reception (ATTR) [2017-2020] – Principal Investigator of ERC-project Storyworlds in Transition: Coptic Apocrypha in Changing Contexts in the Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods (APOCRYPHA) [2020-2025] – Principal Investigator of ERC-project New Contexts for Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts and Monastic Manuscript Culture in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt (NEWCONT) [2012-2016]