ED: Palaeography Summer School

Seen on the Classicists list:

Third International Summer School in Greek Palaeography, August 16-22, Oxford

The Third Lincoln College International Summer School in Greek Palaeography will take place in August 2010. Further information can be found on www-gpss.linc.ox.ac.uk.

The programme consists of more than 25 hours of teaching in the form of lectures, seminars, reading classes, special subject classes and tutorials. Participants will have the opportunity to see original manuscripts in the Bodleian Library and have a tutorial on manuscripts relevant to their research.

The Summer School addresses advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as early post-docs working in subject areas such as classics (Greek language and literature), medieval and early modern Greek philolFroogy, patristics, theology, art history and archaeology, and late antique, medieval, and Byzantine literary and cultural history. Application deadline is the 23rd December 2009.

For queries contact Maria Konstantinidou (maria.konstantinidou AT classics.ox.ac.uk).

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  1. There is also a Latin palaeography summer class at Durham University in the UK.

    According to the Durham website (http://www.dur.ac.uk/cmrs/palaeography/), the summer course is “an intensive training in Palaeography, together with revision of Latin language skills. The two-week course will be devoted to the history of scripts from Antiquity to the Renaissance. The aim of the course is to help students develop their skills in reading and transcribing medieval manuscripts and other documents.”

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