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From Collation to Edition: One Small Step, one Giant Leap
Posted on 2018-10-09 in Events
Oct 18, 2018
October 18 Thursday
Shannon Library, St Thomas More College
In recent decades there has been a new birth of interest amongst scholars of India in the creation of text editions based on Sanskrit manuscripts. Many of these editions self-identify as "critical editions" and have reassuringly thick layers of apparatus on each page. But on closer examination they turn out to be published collations. This presentation articulates the difference between these two states of an edition, what it takes to move a text edition from being a collation to a critical edition, and the benefit to be gained from doing this extra work.
Dominik Wujastyk is Singhmar Chair in Classical Indian Society and Polity at the University of Alberta.
CMRS 398: Using Big Science for the Study of Material Culture -- poster presentation
Posted on 2018-11-30
A poster presentation and reception to showcase the work of the students in CMRS/CHEM 398.
Living in the Ancient Roman City: Space, Religion, Dangers
Posted on 2018-11-02
Students of History 308.6 Rome Study Abroad 2018 reflect on their experiences of ancient Rome.
Scattered Leaves and Virtual Manuscripts: The Promise of Digital Fragmentology
Posted on 2018-09-18
Lisa Fagin Davis introduces the nascent field of "Fragmentology."
Textual Communities: or, Everyone an Editor
Posted on 2018-03-13
This talk will introduce the new Textual Communities system for online collaborative editing, and illustrate its use with examples.
At Home in Ancient Rome
Posted on 2018-02-27
The Museum of Antiquities presents "At Home in Ancient Rome."
Yes Preaching to the Birds!: Clare and Francis of Assisi as Wellsprings of Socio-Ecological Wisdom
Posted on 2018-02-07
How the medieval example of Clare and Francis of Assisi supports socio-ecological ideas and action today.