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In a conference on New Directions in Medieval Manuscript Studies, the newer developments in codicology ought to be represented. I regret that no speaker was found for Quantitative Codicology;¹ but at least some quite technical aspects can be discussed. And although these matters are often of scant relevance for those scholars – surely the vast majority – who study medieval manuscripts for the sake of their texts, still they have their interest as part of the history of a craft; and from time to time they are relevant to text scholars as well. Everybody knows whatfolio, quartoandoctavoare.

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In 2012, at the International Medieval Studies Congress in Kalamazoo, I accepted a lift to the annual . Derek Pearsall's reputation as a scholar in the field of medieval English literary and manuscript studies is well established

Derek Pearsall's reputation as a scholar in the field of medieval English literary and manuscript studies is well established.

DEREK PEARSALL is former Professor and Co-Director of the Centre for Medieval Studies, York, and Professor of English at Harvard University.

Manuscript study has developed enormously: codices are no longer treated as inert witnesses to a culture whose character has already been determined by the modern scholar, but are active participants in a process of exploration and discovery. DEREK PEARSALL is former Professor and Co-Director of the Centre for Medieval Studies, York, and Professor of English at Harvard University.

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The study of manuscripts is one of the most active areas of current research in medieval studies: manuscripts are the basic primary material evidence for literary scholars, historians and art-historians alike, and there has been an explosion of interest over the past twenty years. Manuscript study has developed enormously: codices are no longer treated as inert witnesses to a culture whose character has already been determined by the modern scholar, but are active participants in a process of exploration and discovery. The articles collected here discuss the future of this process and vital questions about manuscript study for tomorrow's explorers. They deal with codicology and book production, with textual criticism, with the material structure of the medieval book, with the relation of manuscripts to literary culture, to social history and to the medieval theatre, and with the importance to manuscript study of the emerging technology of computerised digitisation and hypertext display. The essays provide an end-of-millennium perspective on the most vigorous developments in a rapidly expanding field of study. Contributors: A.I. Doyle, C. David Benson, Martha W. Driver, J.P. Gumbert, Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, Linne R. Mooney, Eckehard Simon, Alison Stones, John Thompson. DEREK PEARSALL is former Professor and Co-Director of the Centre for Medieval Studies, York, and Professor of English at Harvard University.
New Directions in Later Medieval Manuscript Studies: Essays from the 1998 Harvard Conference download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Derek Pearsall
ISBN: 1903153018
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: York Medieval Press (December 7, 2000)
Pages: 230 pages