Authorial publishing from the Carolingian period to the Renaissance
October 29th and 30th, University of Helsinki
Venue: Zoom (for the meeting ID and passcode, see below)
Written transmission relies on the fact of ‘publication’, the step between the authorial process and reception. The papers in this colloquium ask what it meant for medieval and renaissance authors and their associates to publish. The contexts under scrutiny range from England to Italy, from hagiography to medicine, and from Carolingian monasteries to renaissance libraries.
The programme is found below. The abstracts can be accessed in the Medieval Publishing website: https://www.helsinki.fi/en/researchgroups/medieval-publishing
To obtain the Zoom meeting ID and passcode, please contact to Mr. Olli-Pekka Kasurinen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The colloquium is organized by the projects Medieval Publishing from c.1000 to 1500 (ERC-716538) and Authorial Publication in the Early Medieval Period (Academy of Finland), and the University of Helsinki.