• Literary, religious and manuscript cultures of the  German-speaking lands:  a  symposium  in memory of Nigel F. Palmer (1946-2022) 
    Friday 19 – Saturday 20 May 2023 Venue: Taylor Institution and Weston Library Admission:  Free for symposium and reception; dinner to be charged. Please register to attend by 30 April 2023. To celebrate the life and scholarship of Nigel F. Palmer, Professor of  German  Medieval Literary and Linguistic  Studies at the University of Oxford, Faculty, College and academic community […]
  • Late-Medieval German Love Songs. Concert and Talk
    Tuesday week 8, 7 March 2023 5:30pm Pre-concert talk in the Old Dining Hall at St Edmund Hall: music editor and viol player David Hatcher, Professor of German Literature & Linguistics Henrike Lähnemann, and singer James Gilchrist in conversation, discussing music, literature and culture in early 16th century Germany. The pre-concert talk includes tea at […]
  • Medieval Matters: Week 3
    Welcome to week 3! We have another exciting programme of events this week. As I write these emails I am always amazed by the wealth of opportunities that we have at Oxford: this week we have offerings ranging from the Encaenia of Hagia Sophia to Mamluk-Venetian relations! So here, courtesy of Alcuin, is a celebration […]
  • Working Group on Race & Gender in the Global Middle Ages
    Emory University and the Medieval Academy of America are pleased to announce the launch of a Zoom working group on Race & Gender in the Global Middle Ages. The aim is to bring together scholars from various disciplines (history, art history, and literary studies) who work on Europe and the Mediterranean, the Islamic world, Africa, […]
    “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of IaşiInstitute of Interdisciplinary Research – Department of Social Sciences and HumanitiesCentre for Biblical and Philological Studies “Monumenta linguae Dacoromanorum”,Romanian Association of Philology and Biblical HermeneuticsMetropolitanate of Moldavia and Bukovina“A. Philippide” Institute of Romanian Philology are pleased to invite you to the “INVESTIGATIONS INTO ROMANIAN AND EUROPEAN BIBLICAL TRADITIONS”INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 12th […]
  •  Predicting the past with deep neural networks
    We are pleased to announce the Hilary Term Lecture of the Centre for Manuscript and Text Cultures (CMTC). The lecture will take place on WED 1 March, 5-6.30 (UK time) in the Memorial Room at The Queen’s College in the University of Oxford.  Our speaker will be Yannis Assael, Intelligence Research Scientist at Google DeepMind Title: Predicting the past with deep neural networks […]