IMC 2019: Sessions

Session 1748: Transmitting Knowledge, III: 'Accessing Materiality'

Thursday 4 July 2019, 14.15-15.45

Sponsor:Arbeitskreis mediävistischer NachwuchswissenschaftlerInnen (AmN), Universität Rostock
Organiser:Nadine Ulrike Holzmeier, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Moderator/Chair:Daniel Syrbe, Research Project 'Constraints & Traditions: Roman Power in Changing Societies', Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Paper 1748-aSense and Sensibility: Digitised Medieval Maps
(Language: English)
Gerda Brunnlechner, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Gerda Brunnlechner, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Gerda Brunnlechner, Historisches Institut, FernUniversität Hagen
Index terms: Archives and Sources, Computing in Medieval Studies, Learning (The Classical Inheritance)
Paper 1748-bTransmitting Materiality in Digital Editions
(Language: English)
Hellmut Braun, Institut für Germanistik, Universität Rostock
Hellmut Braun, Institut für Germanistik, Universität Rostock
Hellmut Braun, Institut für Germanistik, Universität Rostock
Index terms: Archives and Sources, Computing in Medieval Studies, Manuscripts and Palaeography
Paper 1748-cHarvesting Library Catalogues to Build a Digital Network of Medieval Manuscripts: An ERC-Funded Project on Patristic Sermons in the Middle Ages
(Language: English)
Shari Boodts, Latijnse Literatuurstudie, KU Leuven
Shari Boodts, Latijnse Literatuurstudie, KU Leuven
Shari Boodts, Latijnse Literatuurstudie, KU Leuven
Abstract

This third of three sessions takes the step from the Middle Ages to the present. The aim of this session is to discuss the possibilities and chances of digital methods in accessing and presenting the materiality of medieval source materials. The case studies discuss projects for digitalising medieval maps, multi-layered manuscripts, and medieval literature. The focus is not just on questions and problems of digitalising medieval sources, but also on the possible advantages or new research questions resulting from digital methods, including technical questions resulting from the different medieval source materials.