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TEXTUALSCHOLARSHIP  July 2004

TEXTUALSCHOLARSHIP July 2004

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Subject:

Call for Papers

From:

Barbara Bordalejo <[log in to unmask]>

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European Society for Textual Scholarship List <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 22 Jul 2004 09:19:13 +0100

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A CALL for PAPERS       	
The Second Nowton Court Colloquium on the History of the Book and 
Digitisation to be held at Nowton Court, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Friday 19th – Sunday 21st November, 2004

After the success of the First Nowton Court Colloquium on the History 
of the Book and Digitisation, which was held by invitation in September 
2002, The HUMI Project is now planning to hold the second colloquium as 
a public academic event for those interested as well as involved in the 
digitisation of rare books and manuscripts. The colloquium will serve 
as an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas on technical 
and copyright problems and interim reports of the ongoing as well as 
future digital projects. Our programme will comprise two plenary 
lectures by Professor Margaret Bent and Dr Julia Craig-McFeely (The 
DIAMM Project) and Professor Peter Robinson (The Canterbury Tales 
Project), and eighteen 25-minute long papers, now open to anyone, and 
the general discussion.
The HUMI Project (www.humi.keio.ac.jp) was launched in 1996 as an 
interfaculty initiative at Keio University, Tokyo, to digitise 
manuscripts and rare books, both at home and abroad, and make digital 
images available on the Internet. We have since digitised amongst 
others a few sets of the Gutenberg Bible (at Keio, Cambridge, Gutenberg 
Museum, British Library, Pelplin Diocese Library in Poland), the Bury 
Bible at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Caxton’s Canterbury Tales, 
first and second edition, and the Winchester MS of Malory’s Morte 
Darthur at BL.
Nowton Court is a Victorian manor house, situated next to spacious 
Nowton Park at Bury St Edmunds, within a ten-minute taxi ride from the 
railway station, and holds accommodation blocks of seventy en-suite 
single rooms.
Please send me by the end of July the title of your 25-minute-long 
paper with a resume of no more than 1000 words and a brief CV.  Details 
for the conference fee, accommodation, meals and transport will be sent 
during the summer.
                            Professor Toshi Takamiya ([log in to unmask])
Director, the HUMI Project, Keio University

N.B.  On Sunday night there will be a presentation ceremony of the 
Festschrift entitled The Medieval Book and A Modern Collector: Essays 
in Honour of Toshiyuki Takamiya, taking place at Nowton Court. A 
separate registration form for this will be sent later to those who 
register for the conference.
The Second Nowton Court Colloquium on the History of the Book and 
Digitisation to be held at Nowton Court, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Friday 19th – Sunday 21st November, 2004

REGISTRATION FORM

I would like to ATTEND the above mentioned colloquium.
I would like to ATTEND and READ a paper at the above mentioned 
colloquium.
(Please delete the inappropriate)

Provisional title of the paper:
Resume (of no more than 1000 words)






The paper will be read jointly with (if any):

Title: Professor/ Dr/ Mr/ Mrs/ Miss/ Ms
Last name (in print, please):
First name and initials:
Affiliation:
Postal address:
E-mail address:
Telephone number(s):
Dietary specifications:
Comments or Queries:



N.B. 1) We expect about 250 pounds sterling for full board and lodging 
and conference fee (details to follow). 2) There may be the case in 
which we cannot accept your application, due to the shortage of 
accommodation at Nowton Court.
Please send the form to Professor Toshi Takamiya 
([log in to unmask]).

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