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New series

Manuscript Cultures: Mapping the Field

Ed. by Quenzer, Jörg / Sobisch, Jan-Ulrich

Series:Studies in Manuscript Cultures 1

  • First volume of new series Studies in Manuscript Cultures
  • Interdisciplinary groundwork on the global common cultural heritage
  • Connected to an international research network
  • Aims and Scope

    What do Mesoamerica, Greece, Byzantium, Island, Chad, Ethiopia, India, Tibet, China and Japan have in common? Like many other cultures of the world, they share a particular form of cultural heritage: ancient handwritten documents. In 2007, scholars from some20 countries around the world gathered at the University of Copenhagen for a workshop on manuscripts to compare notes. This event led to the publication of this volume, which brings together16 articles on philological, cultural, and material aspects of manuscripts in search for a common ground across disciplines and cultures.

    Jörg B. Quenzer, University ofHamburg; Jan-Ulrich Sobisch, Copenhagen University, Denmark.

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