Graduate Seminar Series
The Graduate Seminar Series provides an opportunity for our postgraduate members to present their recent paleography research in an informal yet high calibre setting. We encourage members from a variety of disciplines and time periods to consider presenting at the seminar.
For this first term, our intention is to give our members glimpses of non-Latin palaeographies. With speakers on Hebrew, Greek and Arabic palaeography, this fantastic term will be both appealing and enriching.
The seminar will meet on the following days for the first term of the 2016/2017 academic year:
20 October, 6:00, Room S8.08, KCL Strand Campus
Dr Stewart Brookes (King’s College London)
‘Not Quite to Script: The Art of Hebrew Manuscripts from a Palaeographic Perspective’
10 November, 6:00, Room S8.08, KCL Strand Campus
Rocco Di Dio (University of Warwick)
‘Marsilio Ficino’s notebooks. A case of Renaissance scribal practices’
1 December, 6:00, Room S8.08, KCL Strand Campus
Dr Bink Hallum (British Library)
‘An Introduction to Arabic Palaeography: Scientific Manuscripts at the British Library’
Download a pdf version of this programme here.
Any members interested in presenting a paper should contact Colleen Curran or Manuel Muñoz García.