Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 14, No. 286. Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London <http://www.princeton.edu/~mccarty/humanist/> <http://www.kcl.ac.uk/humanities/cch/humanist/> Date: Tue, 03 Oct 2000 07:56:42 +0100 From: "Domenico Fiormonte" <email@example.com> Subject: Digital Edition of Medieval Poetry ------- Forwarded Message Follows ------- From: "FRANCESCO STELLA" <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Music Date sent: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 22:13:39 +0200 Please circulate. Apologies for cross-posting -------------------------------------------------------------- POETRY IN EARLY MEDIEVAL EUROPE Manuscripts, language and music of the rhythmical Latin texts Third Euroconference for the digital edition of the Corpus of Latin Rhythms 4th-9th Century Munich, 2-4 November 2000 Call for papers and grants The CISLAB (Univ. of Siena-Arezzo) assigns 9 grants for the 3rd seminar Poetry in early medieval Europe: manuscripts, language, metrics and music of the rhythmical latin texts, to be held in the Siemens-Stiftung of Munich from the 2nd to the 4th November 2000. This is the last of three yearly seminars for the project Corpus of Latin rhythms 4th-9th Century, promoted by CISLAB and SISMEL (Societ Internazionale per lo Studio del Medioevo Latino, Florence), which aims at the publishing on CD-ROM of the ca. 700 texts of rhythmical Latin poetry from the origins to the carolingian age. It will be a critical edition (based on the collation of the manuscripts), with musical records, images of the manuscripts, philological apparatus and statistical indexes about linguistic, musical and metrical issues: about the project you can see now the pertinent pages in http://sismel.meri.unifi.it/ritmi/corpusrhythmorum.htm.The call for papers concerns contributions (maximum lenght 10000 char.) for the seminarial discussion and the publication of the proceedings; it is open to all the interested researchers. The grants are reserved to scholars of European Union under 35 years and will cover, according to the European TMR rules, travel expenses (train, 2d class, or airplane, week-end fares), registration fees and room and board from the 2nd to the 4th of november: the application forms must be requested by phone (++39.575.926546, ++39.575.926203), fax (++39.575.323738), or e-mail (Stella@unisi.it) and sent to CISLAB, Facolt di Lettere e Filosofia, v. S. Fabiano 9, I-52100 Arezzo, at the latest by september 30, 2000. Priority will be reserved, according to the rules of the TMR Programmes, to younger scholars of Less favoured regions of the European countries. The holders, designed by a competent commission, will be informed by october, 15th. The abstract of the papers must be sent within the same date, per e-mail or mail, with curriculum vitae. Scholars or students who wish to attend the seminar without a grant can write or call the secretary office of the CISLAB. TOPICS: New texts and new metrics; Musical tradition of the rhythms; Computer filing of musical notation; Standards of transcription from the manuscripts; Philological data-bases: experiences, projects, tools; The rhythms as linguistic evidence. Speakers and participants: MICHEL BANNIARD, SAM BARRETT, CORINNA BOTTIGLIERI, GUNILLA BJRKVALL, PASCALE BOURGAIN, EDOARDO D'ANGELO, PETER DRONKE, ANDREAS HAUG, DANIEL JACOB, STEVEN KILLINGS, CLAUDIO LEONARDI, LINO LEONARDI, GIOVANNI ORLANDI, CARLOS PREZ GONZLEZ, ANGELO RUSCONI, GABRIEL SILAGI, BARBARA SPAGGIARI, PETER STOTZ, ISABEL VELZQUEZ SORIANO, LOREDANA TERESI, CATERINA TRISTANO, BENEDIKT KONRAD VOLLMANN, LORENZ WELKER, ROGER WRIGHT, PAOLO ZANNA.
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