CLA 565 / HLS 565 / MED 565

Problems in Medieval Literature: From Parchment to Print: Greek Palaeography and Textual Criticism

Emmanuel C. Bourbouhakis and David T. Jenkins

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This course aims to demystify the methods, instruments, and skills of palaeography and textual criticism, while furnishing participants with hands-on experience of discovering, researching, and editing a previously unpublished Greek text. Students are introduced to relevant aspects of codicology and manuscript study more broadly, as well as scholarship on the potential and the limits of editorial practice in the humanities. Strong classical Greek
(e.g., ability to handle Attic prose) a must.

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