At the culmination of each years’ School, students work with developers to produce a set of online editions showcasing different aspects of their texts, and different capabilities of digital publishing. Whilst we strive for the highest standards in scholarship and technology, these editions are the product of no more than five days intensive work and have not been subject to a full editorial process or peer review. They are posted ‘as-is’ should be treated as prototypes demonstrating the rich and varied potential of digital editing; they are the beginning of a conversation, not the final word.
These projects look at so-called ‘named entities’, in this case people and places that appear within the chosen manuscripts.
We make use of the TEI
<listPlace> elements, and some online mapping tools.
- The Great Inquisition at Toulouse 1245-46 - database by Jean-Paul Rehr
- Two Letters Of A Strozzi Widow (1471-1510) - edition by Lisa Di Crescenzo
- Liber consecrationum - edition by Natasha Burbridge
- Cost and location of Lyon fortifications - edition by Carol Demessieux
- The charters of the counts of Luna - edition by Francisco Javier Álvarez Carbajal
- The Lucca Letter - edition by Stephen Spencer
These editions explore various ways of visualising variations between different editions of a manuscript.
- Signa hereticorum by Tereza Kolmačková
- Sanctus Iohannes Pensarensis - edition by Irene Spagnolo
- Cronica Bohemorum - edition by Vojtěch Bažant
- Le roman de Tritan en prose - edition by Marco Bertuccelli
- Roman des trois ennemis de l'homme - edition by Andrea Giraudo
- Laudatio Sancti Platonis Archimandritae - edition by Cristina Cocola
- Diplomatic edition of an extract from the continuation of Artus de Bretagne - edition by Matouš Turek
- Arius’ Thalia Fragments - edition by Viacheslav Lytvynenko
- Bataille Loquifer - edition by Cristina Dusio
- Bærings saga - edition by Markéta Ivánková
- Exhortacio ad canonicos regulares de vicio proprietatis - edition by Kristýna Strnadová
- La Fazienda de Ultra Mar - edition by Dave McGougall
- Latin legend of St. Anastasia - edition by Barbora Špádová
These editions explore different ways of publishing the text of a manuscript and a photographic facsimile in tandem, and of allowing interaction between these two elements. The students working in this group were particularly interested in the formal characteristics of their manuscripts.
These editions explore ways of presenting the reader with two editions of a text in parallel.
- Vie de saint Martin de Wauchier de Denain – Edition by Ariane Pinche
- The L prosification of La chanson de la croisade contre les albigeois – Edition by Andrea Tondi
- Bounté des Femmes – Edition by Davide Battagliola
- Tandariáš a Floribella - edition by Matouš Jaluška & Martin Šorm
- La dottrina del parlare e del tacere. V Volgarizzamento di Andrea da Grosseto – Edition by Matteo Luti
- On Cardiac Drugs – Edition by Magdalena Janosikova
- Aenigmata Tullii, Edition by Giulia Farina
- Judicium Veritatis - edition by Hugo Fraslin
- The life of Angela da Foligno - edition by Ella Kilgallon
- Musica Ecclesiastica - edition by David Harrap
- Novas del Papagai - edition by Cesare Mascitelli
These editions cover a range of characteristics that do not fall into other categories
- Urinarium (Colores urinarum) - database by Jessica Louise Reeves
- Libri bullarum 317 - edition by Robert Levitt
- Regula sancti Benedicti cum commentario monialibus adapta - edition by Karel Pacovský
- Historical Manuscript Sections Detection 1.0 - script by Lucie Neužilová & Petra Galuščáková
- Odo of Chateauroux's sermon concerning saint Anthony of Padua – Edition by Eve Defaÿsse
- The second version of the "Regimiento de los principes glosado" by Matthaias Gille Levenson