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.
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
I am currently working as a research assistant 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.
Two late medieval manuscripts have been rediscovered in the library of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in Weimar in 2018. The paper gives, for the first time, a complete codicological and paleographical analysis of both manuscripts, presents a medieval owner and, last but not least, identifies the works contained in both codices.
Review of types of scribal interaction between Hittite Anatolia and Syria and first steps towards a taxonomy of the sorts of contexts under which new sign-forms might have made their way into the Hittite cuneiform sign-repertoire.
The Center for Digital Theology and the Carolingian Canon Law (CCL) Project will collaborate to develop a Transcription-Paleographic and Editing Notation (T-PEN) Tool. Using digitized images of medieval manuscripts, this tool will assist scholars in the transcription of such sources and will allow automatic insertion of markup of textual features during the transcription process. T-PEN will be a new research tool in the CCL, permitting any number of scholars to submit their transcriptions of unpublished texts of early medieval canon law. Moreover, T-PEN will assist the CCL in maintaining quality control of transcriptions, as it will supply continuous comparison of manuscript image and the transcriber’s work in a transparent display. It supports easy and immediate insertion of annotations (paleographic, discursive, and bibliographic), insertion of TEI P5 markup according to project protocols and validation against the schema during the transcription process.
…o: formulações, difusão e representações (1756- 1807)”-2015.PhD student at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Federal University of Minas Gerais)-2015.Member of the coordination of Oficina de Paleografia- (Paleography Workshop-UFMG since 2012.member of the Editorial Board of the journal Temporalidades, student magazine of the of UFMG -2013, and a member of the organizing committee of the III and the V Encontro de Pesquisa …
Currently studying the relationship between the process of secularization and the development of ideas in defense of religious tolerance between the second half of the eighteenth century and the first decades of the nineteenth century in the Luso-Brazilian world, and the development of the Enlightenment in this context.
Bibliography to Gottfried von Straßburg: ‘Tristan’. Content: Gottfrieds ‚Tristan’: Editionen, Übersetzungen, Kommentare und Wortindex Zur handschriftlichen Überlieferung von Gottfrieds ‚Tristan’ Ausgaben anderer ‚Tristan’-Texte Bibliographien zu Gottfried von Straßburg Einführungen zu Gottfried von Straßburg Weiterführende Literatur zu Gottfrieds ‚Tristan’ Einführungen in die germanistische Mediävistik Literaturgeschichten zum (Hoch-)Mittelalter Nachschlagewerke, Datenbanken, Internetportale Paläographie und Kodikologie, Handschriftenproduktion im hohen und späten Mittelalter
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.