Networks of knowledge then and now: digital potential

DUBLIN & GALWAY, 19th–22nd June 2018

Paper summaries are available by clicking on presentation titles.
See here for a summary of the event on the British Library blog.

Timetable

Tuesday 19 June

16:30–18:30         Reception at The National Museum of Ireland, Dublin

Wednesday 20 June

09:30–11:30

Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College Dublin

11:30–13:30

Manuscripts at the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin

15:00–

Depart Dublin for Galway, via Durrow, Co. Offaly

Thursday 21 June

10.30–11:00

COFFEE

  • Introduction (Jo Story)

SESSION I

DIGITAL COLLECTIONS

11.00 –12.30

12.45–14:00

LUNCH

14.00–15.30

  • Ben Albritton: Digitisation – IIIF and multi-site collections
  • Discussion — Chair: Dáibhí Ó Cróinín

15.30–15:45

TEA

SESSION II

DIGITAL DATA

15.45 – 17.30

  • Claire Breay: Size matters: issues of scale in manuscript digitisation
  • Immo Warntjes: Object Oriented Cataloguing of computistical MSS
  • Máirín MacCarron: Using network science to examine the role of women in medieval society
  • Discussion — Chair: Bernhard Zeller

17.30–19:00

Joint reception with the Medieval Glosses Conference

20.30

WORKSHOP DINNER

Friday 22 June

SESSION IIIDIGITAL TOOLS

09.30–10:45

 

 

  • Stewart Brookes: Archetype for Insular script
  • Ursula Kundert: Scripts and layout in the Fulda Psalter – Digitally analysed indications for auditive and situational performance

Discussion: Chair — Bernard Meehan

10:45–11:00

COFFEE

11:00–12:30

12.30

LUNCH & CLOSE

WORKSHOP 2: PARTICIPANTS

  1. Dr Ben Albritton — Stanford University
  2. Dr Claire Breay — British Library
  3. Dr Stewart Brookes — University of Cambridge
  4. Charlotte Denöel — Bibliothèque nationale de France
  5. Dr Christina Duffy — British Library (imaging scientist)
  6. Emilia Henderson — University of Leicester & British Library
  7. Jessica Hodgkinson — University of Leicester
  8. Dr Eleanor Jackson — British Library
  9. Dr Ursula Kundert — University of Würzburg
  10. Dr Máirín MacCarron — National University of Ireland, Galway
  11. Dr Bernard Meehan — Trinity College Dublin
  12. Dr Rachel Moss — Trinity College Dublin
  13. Prof Dáibhí Ó Cróinín — National University of Ireland, Galway
  14. Dr Brigitte Roux — eCodices, University of Fribourg
  15. Prof Jo Story — University of Leicester
  16. Dr Immo Warntjes — Trinity College Dublin
  17. Dr Bernhard Zeller — Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
  18. Dr Karin Zimmerman — University of Heidelberg

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