Manuscripta: A Journal for Manuscript Research
Gregory Pass, Saint Louis University
Current Issue Contents: 63.1 (2019)
- Matthew Collins -- "Copying Illustrations of Dante's Commedia from Print to Manuscript: Variations, Ideology, Pedagogy, and Visual Editing"
- Barbara Crostini -- "Perils of Travel or Joys of Heaven? Reconsidering the Traveling Hypothesis for Bodleian Library, MS E. D. Clarke 15 and the Function of Diminutive Manuscripts"
- Tjamke Snijders -- "Behind the Scenes: Establishing a Scriptorium in the Eleventh-Century Monastery of Saint-Sépulcre, Cambrai"
Manuscripta: A Journal for Manuscript Research publishes articles, notes, and reviews in medieval and Renaissance manuscript studies. The journal accepts submissions on topics relating (but not limited) to paleography, codicology, illumination, book production, library history, reading and literacy, textual editing and transmission, and manuscript catalogues. Manuscripta (ISSN 0025-2603) is published twice yearly for the Knights of Columbus Vatican Film Library. For print and online subscriptions, contact Brepols Publishers. The journal is available online through Brepols Periodica Online.
The journal also publishes Manuscripta Publications in Manuscript Research, a subsidiary monograph series of studies, essay collections, or catalogues pertaining to medieval and Renaissance manuscript studies. Contact Brepols Publishers for more information. The first volume forthcoming in 2015 is Suzanne Reynolds, A Catalogue of Manuscripts at Holkham Hall, vol. 1, Manuscripts from Italy.
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