EDITING LATE-ANTIQUE AND EARLY MEDIEVAL TEXTS
PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES II
Gargnano sul Garda (University of Milan), 10-12 October 2022
Call for Papers
This workshop continues the project inaugurated in 2017 in Lisbon (http://www.tmp.letras.
- ‘open’ or ‘fluid’ texts
- Latin texts translated from another language, like Greek, or bilingual texts
- texts with variants by the author or in multiple recensions
- texts with linguistic instability
- texts transmitted by a huge number of manuscripts
- collections of extracts
- texts with a relevant indirect tradition.
Paolo Chiesa (Univ. Milano)
Stephen Oakley (Emmanuel College, Cambridge)
Gert Partoens (Katholieke Univ. Leuven)
The call is open to young scholars under the age of 40.
The papers should be 30 minutes in length and will focus on the edition of late Antique and early Medieval texts. Proposals should concern ongoing research, in which methodological reflection on the most appropriate editorial practice and its problems plays an important role.
The scientific committee will select a number of proposals to be presented and discussed during the workshop. The papers can be presented in English, French, Italian and Spanish.
An abstract of around 200 words (including name, institution and email) and a short CV should be sent before 28 February 2022 to: email@example.com. Successful applicants will be notified by 30 April 2022.
The conference will be held in the Palazzo Feltrinelli in Gargnano sul Garda, where the participants and the public will also be hosted: this will favour a closer contact and exchange during the whole duration of the workshop. The registration fee will cover board and lodging expenses.
How to reach Gargnano: appropriate information will be provided later.
90 € (V.A.T. incl.) for participating with paper (included shuttle service Milano-Gargnano).
210 € (V.A.T. incl.) for other attendees with board and lodging included (three nights, five meals: different arrangements can be made with the organisers).
The payment should be made before 31 July 2022. Bank account details will be provided later.
Rossana Guglielmetti (Univ. Milano), Paulo F. Alberto (Univ. Lisboa), David Paniagua (Univ. Salamanca)
Marina Giani (Univ. Milano), Riccardo Macchioro (Univ. Milano)
University of Milan – Universidade de Lisboa, Facultade de Letras – Universidad de Salamanca – SISMEL (International Society for the Study of Medieval Latin Culture, Firenze) – CEC, Centro de Estudos Clássicos – FCT, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia