Medieval English, Anglo-Irish, and Irish Literature, History of the Book, Codicology and Palaeography, Literature and Science, Literature and the Law
The ‘Exeter Book,’ Old and Middle English poetry, Digital Humanities, textual editing/criticism, medieval medicine, palaeography and manuscript studies, digital reconstructions, Medievalism, Post-Colonial Studies.
manuscript, print, and digital cultures; the cultural production and circulation of knowledge; palaeography and diplomatics; manuscript studies; book history; history of science; medieval and early modern collecting; history of archives and libraries.
I am currently working as a research associate at the Cologne based project “Edition of the Frankish Capitularies”. My main research interest is the manuscript culture of the Early Middle Ages and especially the manuscripts of Roman law. Futhermore I am very interested in palaeography, particularly in Tironian notes.
Older Slavic languages, Old Russian, Old Church Slavonic, Older Germanic languages, Old Norse, Gothic, Old English, Tocharian, Classical Armenian, Historical linguistics, Sanskrit, Pali, Middle Indic languages, Palaeography, Romance Linguistics, Latin, Spanish, Classical Greek, Physics
Nicola Calleri holds a master degree in Medieval History at University of Genova, as well as a state diploma in Archiving, Palaeography and Diplomatics at the State Archive of Genova (the main medieval notarial archive on earth). As a scholar of Giovanni Rebora, his research – based on unreleased documentary fonts – developed around sourcing, trading and consumption of food in the Mediterranean area in pre-industrial ages. In specialistic niches his papers raised genuine interest at various latitudes, gaining dissemination among the four winds. He standed in the committee of the prize dedicated to Giovanni Rebora. In adulthood he also attended 2 out of 3 years of Corporate Law bachelor degree at University of Genova.
… Winter School in Latin Paleography and Codicology. Roma, Italia.
2017 Jun — TNA–PAST (The National Archives Postgraduate Archival Skills Training), Medieval Legal Records Workshop. Richmond, UK.
2017 Jun — London International Palaeography Summer School. London, UK.
Stephanie J. Lahey is a SSHRC-funded PhD candidate at the University of Victoria, Canada, where she holds the Howard E. Petch Research Scholarship and a University of Victoria Fellowship. Her doctoral dissertation—a mixed-methodology, corpus-based study of the use of parchment ‘offcuts’ (low-quality byproducts of parchment manufacturing) in manuscripts produced in later medieval England—is jointly supervised by Dr. Iain Macleod Higgins (Victoria) and Dr. Erik Kwakkel (UBC iSchool). A recent Guest Researcher at Universiteit Leiden, she is the Editorial Assistant of Early Middle English, teaches at DHSI and at the University of Victoria, and serves on the Public Relations and Outreach Committee of the Canadian Society of Medievalists / Société canadienne des médiévistes. Her research interests include medieval codicology, palaeography, and manuscript production; parchment-manufacturing and use; medieval legal, technical, and reference literatures; quantitative and digital humanities; and public humanities.
Some Roads to Script Classification: Via Taxonomies and Other Ways, in: Kodikologie und Paläographie im digitalen Zeitalter 4 / Codicology and Palaeography in the Digital Age 4. Hrsg. von Hannah Busch, Franz Fischer und Patrick Sahle. Noderstedt: Books on Demand, 2017. S. 165-177.
Digitale Quellen – Datei- und Datenformate, in: Clio Guide – Ein Handbuch zu digitalen Ressourcen für die Geschichtswissenschaften. Hrsg. von Laura Busse, Wilfried Enderle, Rüdiger Hohls…
Early Medieval Literature (espec. Old English), paleography and manuscript studies, history of text technologies, digital editing, phenomenology of the book