“The Summer School in Medieval Paleography: Manuscript Culture in Boccaccio’s Times”.
The American Boccaccio Association Summer School in Paleography is a series of intensive courses taught directly in the major historical libraries of Florence and Rome (June 5-13, 2020). The seminar includes methodological and practical components taught by experts in the field from a variety of Italian universities and institutions (professors Ceccherini, Cursi, De Robertis, Signorini, Zamponi). The teaching program includes morning classes and afternoon supervised study sessions in the libraries.Applicants should be affiliated with a North American university and have a basic reading knowledge of the Italian language.
Qualified applicants should send their CV and a statement which explains their interest in participating in the seminar (maximum 250 words) by February 15, 2020 to Valerio Cappozzo (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Susanna Barsella (email@example.com).
The Seminar is open to scholars and graduate students alike.