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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 some 20 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 together 16 articles on philological, cultural, and material aspects of manuscripts in search for a common ground across disciplines and cultures.

    Jörg B. Quenzer, Universität Hamburg, Germany; Jan-Ulrich Sobisch, Copenhagen University, Denmark.

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