The deadline is fast approaching to register for manuSciences 2017. This is a Franco-German summer school organised jointly by the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), the Hamburg Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMS), and the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE) Paris Sciences et Lettres Research University (PSL). It comprises a series of lectures and courses which 'will focus on a multi-facetted investigation of manuscripts adding new chemical and physical analyses, imaging methods and techniques from computer sciences to classical philology, paleography, codicology, linguistics and history.' Quoting/paraphrasing further from the EPHE version of the website:
What: A week-long programme on physical sciences and digital methods in manuscript studies and philology. Active participation is expected. The lectures and courses will be in English.
Where: Villa Clythia, Frejus, France
When: 10–15 September 2017
Who (participants): Up to 40 (max.) young researchers, from master and Ph.D. students to researchers and university lecturers.
Who (lecturers): Roger Easton, Leif Glaser, Oliver Hahn (organiser), Keith Knox, Marcus Liwicki, Eve Menei, Ira Rabin (organiser), Hasia Rimon, Uzi Smilansky, Marc Smith, Peter Stokes, Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra (organiser), Dominique Stutzmann
For more details, including how to register, see http://humanum.ephe.fr/fr/manusciences17
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