Friday, February 25, 2011



As it is tradition, SCRIPTO offers some open seminars on palaeographical
and codicological matters:

Rudolf Gamper (Vadiana St Gall)
Writing in the late Middle Ages, Nuremberg, Stadtbibliothek, 10th May 2011

Nicole Bériou (IRHT Paris)
The preacher and his manuscripts, Erlangen, Universitätsbibliothek, 9th
June 2011

Kartin Wenig (Würzburg)
Sermons from Heilsbronn, Erlangen, Universitätsbibliothek, 21st June 2011

The SCRIPTO programme (Scholarly Codicological Research, Information &
Palaeographical Tools) at Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg
aims to provide a systematic, research-oriented introduction to the study of
medieval and early modern books and their interpretation. It combines
research and instruction within the framework of a uniquely
innovative course, at
the end of which each candidate will be awarded a diploma from
Friedrich-Alexander University.

SCRIPTO sessions will take place in Erlangen (Universitätsbibliothek),
Munich (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek), Nuremberg (Stadtbibliothek) and
Wolfenbüttel (Herzog August Bibliothek) at a fee of 1080 € (which
includes travel
and accommodations for seminars outside of Erlangen: Munich; four days in
Prague; Wolfenbüttel) per participant.
Participants admitted to the course must have at least a Bachelor's degree.
Students must apply for the course in writing. The language of instruction
is German. Foreign participants, however, will be able to take German
language courses at Friedrich Alexander University if they so wish.
Applicants should write enclosing a full CV to:

Prof. Dr. Michele C. Ferrari,
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Mittellatein und Neulatein,

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