I would like to draw your attention to a two-week workshop titled
"Manuscripts in the Digital Age: XML-Based Catalogues and Editions," which
I am co-organising with Katarzyna Anna Kapitan as part of the European
Summer University in Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig
between 23 July-2 August.
We have designed the course to benefit those who work (or want to work)
with medieval and early modern manuscripts and also learn new technologies,
specifically Extensible Markup Language and Text Encoding Initiative
Guidelines in order to both catalogue and edit manuscripts.
There are different scholarship options and the Summer School is open to
everyone--you do not need to be a student. There are a total of eleven
workshops running during the same two weeks as part of the Summer School.
Other workshops might be also of interest to you or your students, and it
is possible to take only one module/week of a workshop and combine modules
from two workshops, depending on your experience/background.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Deadline for applications is May 1.
Further information may be found here:
DR N. KIVILCIM YAVUZ
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN
DK-2300 COPENHAGEN S