Part 1: Macrocosms

Just how big is the world of medieval writing (extant, whether read or unread, and destroyed), how is it connected and what is it made of? How and why should we map it? How has our current ‘active archive’ come to include the materials that it does, and not others?

Presentations in this Panel

Keynote Address: Showing the Medieval and Early Modern World as it Actually Was: the expansion of the work of HMML (the Hill Museum & Library) beyond monastic libraries in Europe to global preservation of handwritten heritage
Keynote: Columba Stewart (Hill Museum and Manuscript Library) @columbastewart
Chair: Anthony J. Lappin
Keynote Address: Showing the Medieval and Early Modern World as it Actually Was: the expansion of the work of HMML (the Hill Museum & Library) beyond monastic libraries in Europe to global preservation of handwritten heritage
Keynote: Columba Stewart (Hill Museum and Manuscript Library) @columbastewart
Chair: Anthony J. Lappin
Inaccessibility and Bias
Panelists: Maja Kominko (Arcadia Fund)
Columba Stewart (Hill Museum and Manuscript Library)
Cornelis van Lit
Inaccessibility and Bias Presenters
Miri Rubin (Queen Mary University of London)
Chair: Michael G. Sargent
Loss and Dispersal
Panelists: Krista Murchison
Loss and Dispersal Presenters
Teresa Webber (Cambridge University)
Chair: Elizabeth Solopova (University of Oxford)
#PolonskyGerman #BloggingMSS Presentations
Organisers: Andrew Dunning @anjdunning
Matthew Holford @MatthewHolford
Tuija Ainonen @AinonenT
Henrike Lähnemann @HLaehnemann