Register of researchers

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Index:

  1. Ahlqvist, Anders
  2. Bauer, Bernhard
  3. Bisagni, Jacopo
  4. Black, Winston
  5. Blom, Alderik
  6. Bognini, Filippo
  7. Borelli, Marcela
  8. Boynton, Susan
  9. Buckley-Coogan, Jody
  10. Burnyeat, Abigail
  11. Busse, Anja
  12. Cinato, Franck
  13. Connon, Anne
  14. Cormier, Raymond
  15. De Wilde, Geert
  16. Dorofeeva, Anna
  17. Ellis, Anthony
  18. Eska, Charlene M.
  19. Formigatti, Camillo A.
  20. Gelting, Michael H.
  21. Grandi, Giovanni
  22. Griffith, Aaron
  23. Grifoni, Cinzia
  24. Grotans, Anna
  25. Gual Silva, Carolina
  26. Hardison, Brian Christopher
  27. Hawk, Brandon W.
  28. Hayden, Deborah
  29. Huber-Rebenich, Gerlinde
  30. Ikeda, Shoju
  31. Johnston, Elva
  32. Kemhadjian, Kayla
  33. Keskiaho, Jesse
  34. King, Ross
  35. Kobel, Chantal
  36. Kosukegawa, Teiji
  37. Kujawiński, Jakub
  38. Kwakkel, Erik
  39. Lahaussois, Aimée
  40. Lambert, Pierre-Yves
  41. Linardou, Kallirroe (Kelly)
  42. Liss, Hanna
  43. Martín-Contreras, Elvira
  44. Melia, Daniel F.
  45. Modráková, Renáta
  46. Moran, Pádraic
  47. Nagai, Masakatsu
  48. Ní Mhaonaigh, Máire
  49. Nievergelt, Andreas
  50. Ó Cróinín, Dáibhí
  51. O’Connor, Patricia
  52. O’Sullivan, Sinéad
  53. Osterkamp, Sven
  54. Otsuki, Makoto
  55. Parlak, Omer Fatih
  56. Porck, Thijs
  57. Porter, David W.
  58. Qiu, Fangzhe
  59. Rittmueller, Jean
  60. Rojo Carrillo, Raquel
  61. Ruff, Carin
  62. Russell, Paul
  63. Salomon, David
  64. Schiegg, Markus
  65. Seiler, Annina
  66. Senra-Silva, Inmaculada
  67. Stam, Nike
  68. Steele, Matthew
  69. Steinová, Evina
  70. Stifter, David
  71. Swain, Larry
  72. Szerwiniack, Olivier
  73. Teeuwen, Mariken
  74. Tsukimoto, Masayuki
  75. Uhlich, Jürgen
  76. Utsunomiya, Keigo
  77. van der Meer, Matthieu
  78. Varela Rodríguez, Joel
  79. Velasco, Jesús R.
  80. Venuti, Martina
  81. Vervaart, Otto
  82. Vollandt, Ronny
  83. Whitman, John
  84. Yamamoto, Shingo
  85. Zisk, Matthew

Anders Ahlqvist

Affiliation: University of Sydney
E-mail: anders.ahlqvist@sydney.edu.au
Web: http://sydney.edu.au/arts/celtic_studies/staff/profiles/anders.ahlqvist.php

Historical syntax and morphology, especially of the older Celtic languages, like Old and Middle Irish. The history of linguistics, particularly in Medieval Europe. The sociolinguistics of Celtic and other Western European languages.


Bernhard Bauer

Affiliation: Maynooth University, Ireland
E-mail: bernhard.bauer@nuim.ie
Web: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/people/bernhard-bauer

Medieval Celtic glosses (Old Irish, Old Breton, and Old Welsh) esp. glosses on Priscian and Bede, intra-Celtic language contact, historical linguistics, and language change.


Jacopo Bisagni

Affiliation: National University of Ireland, Galway
E-mail: jacopo.bisagni@nuigalway.ie
Web: http://www.nuigalway.ie/classics/people/jacopobisagni/

Latin, Celtic and Indo-European linguistics. Hiberno-Latin and Old Irish language and literature. Etymology. Bilingualism and code-switching in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Early Medieval Irish organology.


Winston Black

Affiliation: Assumption College (Worcester, Massachusetts)
E-mail: w.black@assumption.edu
Web: https://assumption.academia.edu/WinstonBlack

High medieval intellectual history; medieval medicine; medieval education; scholastic theology; commentaries and glosses (Latin and vernacular) in medical and scientific manuscripts.


Alderik Blom

Affiliation: University of Marburg
E-mail: blom@staff.uni-marburg.de
Web: https://www.uni-marburg.de/fb10/iksl/sprachwissenschaft/fachgebiet/personalia/pers/blom

Germanic and Celtic philology, with a focus on medieval multilingualism and the emergence of the early vernaculars.


Filippo Bognini

Affiliation: Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia
E-mail: filippo.bognini@gmail.com
Web: http://www.unive.it/data/persone/10329103/

Medieval commentaries and glosses on Virgil, Lucan and Statius; 11th-12th cent. commentaries on Cicero, De inventione and Rhetorica ad Herennium; critical edition of the Virgil commentary attributed to Hilarius of Orléans (once “Anselm of Laon”).


Marcela Borelli

Affiliation: CONICET—Universidad de Buenos Aires
E-mail: marcela.borelli@gmail.com
Web: https://uba.academia.edu/MBorelli

Mediaeval and Renaissance philosophy with focus on XIVth century Humanism and Renaissance Aristotelism. Petrarch’s glosses to Augustine’s works.


Susan Boynton

Affiliation: Columbia University
E-mail: slb184@columbia.edu
Web: http://music.columbia.edu/people/bios/sboynton

Medieval western liturgy and chant; monasticism (including monastic customaries and child singers); troubadour song and liturgical drama; Latin glosses on the hymns of the Divine office; medieval education.


Jody Buckley-Coogan

Affiliation: Queen’s University, Belfast
E-mail: buckleycoogan@gmail.com

Old and Middle Irish language and early Irish law-texts. My current research focuses on the copious glosses and commentaries which surround most early medieval Irish legal texts.


Abigail Burnyeat

Affiliation: University of Edinburgh
E-mail: abigail.burnyeat@ed.ac.uk
Web: http://www.ed.ac.uk/literatures-languages-cultures/celtic-scottish-studies/staff/a-burnyeat

Medieval Irish literature; medieval education; medieval Irish manuscript culture—compilatio, paratextual apparatus and other aspects of scribal practice; medieval bilingualism; medieval literary theory.


Anja Busse

Affiliation: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich
E-mail: a.busse1@lmu.de
Web: http://www.assyriologie.uni-muenchen.de/forschung/forschungsprojekte/woerterbuch_altantolisch/

Ancient Anatolian languages (esp. Hittite, Luwian); cuneiform; graphematics and scribal practices (esp. logograms, morphograms, complements, pragmatics of the “Glossenkeil”), adaption of writing systems, punctuation in alphabets; sociolinguistics; text linguistics, phraseology; statistics.


Franck Cinato

Affiliation: Histoire des théorie linguistiques (HTL; UMR 7597), CNRS; Université Paris Diderot
E-mail: cinato.franck@orange.fr
Web: http://deglossis.hypotheses.org

I work mainly on Early Middle Ages Manuscripts, with a particular interest for transmission and receipt of glossaries and grammatical texts in the Carolingian period, especially those concerning the Liber glossarum and the grammarian Priscian.


Anne Connon

Affiliation: Ohio Dominican University
E-mail: anne.connon@gmail.com
Web: https://ohiodominican.academia.edu/AnneConnon

The role of glossing in macaronic Irish texts, particularly Bethu Brigte and the Vita Tripartita.


Raymond Cormier

Affiliation: Longwood University (Virginia, USA)
E-mail: cormierrj@longwood.edu
Web: http://www.mellenpress.com/mellenpress.cfm?bookid=8421&pc=9

Scholarly interests: Virgilian scolia.


Geert De Wilde

Affiliation: Aberystywth University
E-mail: gtd@aber.ac.uk
Web: http://www.anglo-norman.net
Web: http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/modernlangs/staff/gtd/

Anglo-Norman linguistics, lexicography, medieval literature. Editor of the Anglo-Norman Dictionary.


Anna Dorofeeva

Affiliation: University of Frankfurt
E-mail: dorofeeva@jur.uni-frankfurt.de
Web: http://www.sfb1095.net/organisation/mitglieder-und-mitarbeiterinnen/dr-anna-dorofeeva.html

Early medieval glossaries and miscellanies, encyclopaedic and compilatory practices, Latin palaeography, intellectual culture of the early medieval West.


Anthony Ellis

Affiliation: University of Bern
E-mail: anthony.ellis@kps.unibe.ch

Latin and Greek glosses, particularly on 1. Herodotus’ Histories in late Byzantine Mistra and Renaissance Rome; 2. the Latin Josephus in France and Italy in the High Middle Ages. Broader interests in material evidence for the reception of early Greek religion.


Charlene M. Eska

Affiliation: Virginia Tech
E-mail: ceska@vt.edu

Early Irish law, Celtic philology, medieval Irish and Welsh literature, paleography, manuscript studies.


Camillo A. Formigatti

Affiliation: Bodleian Libraries, Oxford
E-mail: camillo.formigatti@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

South Asian codicology and palaeography, Sanskrit kāvya literature, Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, Sanskrit tradition in the Himalayan region, and digital humanities.


Michael H. Gelting

Affiliation: Danish National Archives, Copenhagen
E-mail: mhg@sa.dk
Web: http://pure-01.kb.dk/portal/en/persons/michael-h-gelting(5a6e1454-48be-4969-bb7d-0c5e37f7cb45).html

Medieval legal history; Danish history, Viking Age – fourteenth century; social history around the Black Death, especially in Savoy; palaeography and manuscript studies.


Giovanni Grandi

Affiliation: Università degli Studi di Parma
E-mail: giovanni.grandi@studenti.unipr.it
Web: https://unipr.academia.edu/GiovanniGrandi

Renaissance reception of classics, with particular focus on manuscript collations, commentaries, marginalia and their “horizontal” contamination.


Aaron Griffith

Affiliation: Universiteit Utrecht
E-mail: a.griffith@uu.nl
Web: http://www.uu.nl/medewerkers/AMGriffith

Historical linguistics and language change, as well as the languages and linguistics of Early Ireland and Wales. Early Irish glossing, especially the 9th century collection known as the Milan Glosses (now in the Ambrosian Library, formerly in Bobbio).


Cinzia Grifoni

Affiliation: Institute for Medieval Research, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna
E-mail: cinzia.grifoni@oeaw.ac.at

Early medieval, Latin commentaries and glosses both on the Bible and on grammatical/rhetorical texts; transmission and reception of patristic works; early medieval manuscript production from the monastery of Wissembourg (Alsace).


Anna Grotans

Affiliation: The Ohio State University
E-mail: grotans.1@osu.edu
Web: https://germanic.osu.edu/people/grotans.1

Old High German; medieval education; glosses on rhetoric, dialectic, grammar; late tenth-/early eleventh-century glossing; vernacular/Latin interface; medieval multilingualism; syntactical glosses.


Carolina Gual Silva

Affiliation: University of Campinas (Unicamp), Brazil
E-mail: carolgual@gmail.com
Web: https://unicamp.academia.edu/CarolinaGual

Juridical and legal texts from the 12th and 13th centuries in Western Europe; the use of glosses for the construction of the legal discipline and the practice of Law, esp. among the decretists and decretalists.


Brian Christopher Hardison

Affiliation: University of Washington
E-mail: bchardis@uw.edu
Web: https://english.washington.edu/people/brian-hardison
Web: http://brianhardison.com

Glossography, textual transmission and reception in Anglo-Saxon England, Insular Latin literature and culture, medieval pedagogy, medieval reading practices.


Brandon W. Hawk

Affiliation: Rhode Island College
E-mail: bhawk@ric.edu
Web: http://brandonwhawk.net

Old and Middle English, history of the English language, digital humanities, the Bible as/in literature, translation, history of the book, and transmission studies.


Deborah Hayden

Affiliation: Maynooth University
E-mail: deborah.hayden@nuim.ie
Web: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/early-irish-sean-ghaeilge/our-people/deborah-hayden

History of linguistic thought and education in medieval Europe; early Irish medical manuscripts; medieval Irish and Welsh law.


Gerlinde Huber-Rebenich

Affiliation: University of Bern
E-mail: gerlinde.huber@kps.unibe.ch
Web: http://www.kps.unibe.ch/ueber_uns/personen/prof_dr_huber_rebenich_gerlinde/index_ger.html

Reception of Flavius Josephus (“Josephus Latinus”) in the Middle Ages: glosses, deletions, paratexts, and their intellectual environment.


Shoju Ikeda

Affiliation: Hokkaido University
E-mail: shikeda@let.hokudai.ac.jp
Web: http://hdic.let.hokudai.ac.jp

Japanese linguistics, Hanzi dictionaries in early Japan.


Elva Johnston

Affiliation: University College Dublin
E-mail: elva.johnston@ucd.ie
Web: http://www.ucd.ie/historyarchives/staff/elvajohnston/

Literacy in early medieval Ireland; social contexts of early medieval Irish bilingualism; the peregrini; conversion in Late Antiquity; history of sexuality; early medieval hagiography.


Kayla Kemhadjian

Affiliation: University of Nottingham
E-mail: kaylakemhadjian@gmail.com

Viking and Anglo-Saxon religion, literature and culture; history of emotions/mental states; the monstrous; textual transmission and reception in Anglo-Saxon England; sociolinguisitics; lexicology; socio-semiotics; Latin and Old English deletions, glosses, and paratexts; glosses as hapax legomena.


Jesse Keskiaho

Affiliation: University of Helsinki
E-mail: jesse.keskiaho@helsinki.fi
Web: https://helsinki.academia.edu/JesseKeskiaho

Early medieval intellectual history, annotations in manuscripts of patristic works.


Ross King

Affiliation: University of British Columbia
E-mail: ross.king@ubc.ca
Web: https://ubc.academia.edu/RossKing

History of Korean glossing; glossing and the history of reading; kugyol and hundok; kunten and kundoku; reading-by-gloss.


Chantal Kobel

Affiliation: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
E-mail: chantal@celt.dias.ie
Web: https://dias.academia.edu/ChantalKobel

Irish legal manuscripts; textual criticism; the glossing tradition of medieval Irish prose and poetry written in obscure styles, such as Bérla na Filed compositions.


Teiji Kosukegawa

Affiliation: University of Toyama
E-mail: kskgawa@hmt.u-toyama.ac.jp
Web: http://researchmap.jp/read0182985/?lang=english

Japanese linguistics, reception of Classical Chinese texts in Japan, kunten and kundoku tradition.


Jakub Kujawiński

Affiliation 1: Institute of History, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań
Affiliation 2: Department of Languages, University of Jyväskylä (Project Tralmar)
E-mail: jakub.kujawinski@gmail.com
Web: https://amu.academia.edu/JakubKujawi%C5%84ski

Medieval historiography, medieval commentaries and glosses on historical writings, historical culture of Southern Italy, manuscript studies.


Erik Kwakkel

Affiliation: Leiden University
E-mail: e.kwakkel@hum.leidenuniv.nl

Marginal and interlinear glossing in manuscripts from the long twelfth century; how glossing relates to reading practices and book culture of the same period; glossing as part of early university practices and manuscripts.


Aimée Lahaussois

Affiliation: Histoire des théorie linguistiques (HTL; UMR 7597), CNRS; Université Paris Diderot
E-mail: aimee.lahaussois@linguist.univ-paris-diderot.fr

Field linguistics and methodology; interlinear annotation and glossing; grammaticography; Tibeto-Burman languages and their morphosyntax.


Pierre-Yves Lambert

Affiliation 1: Archéologie et philologie d’Orient et d’Occident (UMR 8546), CNRS
Affiliation 2: EPHE (Paris), Section des Sciences historiques et philologiques
E-mail: lambert.pierre.yves@gmail.com

The Celtic vernacular glosses, the complementarity of Latin and vernacular glosses, the fixity of gloss types, the gloss as an aid to reading and teaching Latin. Project: edition of the corpus of glosses in the Bede manuscript, Angers 477.


Kallirroe (Kelly) Linardou

Affiliation: Athens School of Fine Arts
E-mail: kellylinardou@outlook.com
Web: https://asfa.academia.edu/KellyLinardou

I am currently an Assistant Professor in Byzantine and Medieval Art in the Department of Theory & History of Art at the Athens School of Fine Arts where I teach as a faculty member since 2010. Prior to my present appointment, I taught as a Lecturer in Byzantine Art and Civilisation in different departments of Greek Universities. During the early years of my career I worked as an archaeologist for the Greek Ministry of Culture. A graduate of the University of Ioannina, I completed my postgraduate and doctoral studies in the United Kingdom. My specialty is Byzantine illustrated manuscripts. I have published on Byzantine illuminated manuscripts and co-edited a book on Byzantine eating and dinning culture. My latest research interests extend into twelfth-century imperial and aristocratic ideology as manifested in the commission of the arts as well as the investigation of the visuality and iconicity of the script.


Hanna Liss

Affiliation 1: Center for Jewish Studies Heidelberg
Affiliation 2: University of Heidelberg
E-mail: hanna.liss@hfjs.eu
Web: http://www.hfjs.eu/hochschule/dozenten/professoren/hliss.html

Research on the Masora in western European Bibles and in Jewish commentary-literature; medieval Jewish exegesis and medieval Jewish thought, Hebrew gloss commentaries in northern France and Germany (Ashkenaz); Jewish Bible commentaries in the Middle Ages.


Elvira Martín-Contreras

Affiliation: Dept. of Jewish and Islamic Studies, Instituto de Lenguas y Culturas del Mediterráneo y Oriente Próximo, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científica (CSIC), Madrid
E-mail: elvira.martin@cchs.csic.es
Web: http://ilc.csic.es/en/personal/elvira.martin

Jewish Studies, Hebrew Bible text, Masoretic codices, Masoretic Notes


Daniel F. Melia

Affiliation: University of California, Berkeley
E-mail: dmelia@berkeley.edu

Irish glosses, including the Würzburg glosses.


Renáta Modráková

Affiliation: National Library of the Czech Republic, Department of Manuscripts and Early Printed Books
E-mail: renata.modrakova@nkp.cz
Web: http://www.nkp.cz

Medieval manuscripts from the Czech Republic; specialization: liturgical monastic manuscripts (especially 13th–15th century), paleography (gothica libraria and its progression in 13th and 14th century) and codicology (libraries of Benedictine convents in Middle Europe), history of Benedictine convents in Middle Europe, female benefactors of written culture in Middle Europe.


Pádraic Moran

Affiliation: National University of Ireland, Galway
E-mail: padraic.moran@nuigalway.ie
Web: http://www.nuigalway.ie/classics/people/padraicmoran/
Web: http://www.pmoran.ie

Medieval education, history of linguistics, knowledge of Greek and Hebrew in the early medieval West, Old Irish glosses and glossaries, comparative glossing traditions (East and West).


Masakatsu Nagai

Affiliation: University of Tsukuba
E-mail: nagai.masakatsu.ft@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
Web: https://wdb.jinsha.tsukuba.ac.jp/hdb/

Ancient Egypytian linguistics and palaeography, Chief director of Hieratic Database Project.


Máire Ní Mhaonaigh

Affiliation: University of Cambridge
E-mail: mnm21@cam.ac.uk
Web: http://www.asnc.cam.ac.uk/people/Máire.Ní_Mhaonaigh/

Medieval Irish and Welsh language and literature; Celtic history, as well as medieval education and intellectual history; medieval multilingualism and cross-cultural contacts.


Andreas Nievergelt

Affiliation: Univerity of Zürich
E-mail: anievergelt@ds.uzh.ch
Web: http://www.ds.uzh.ch/Linguistik/personen.php?show=lehrstuhl&lehrstuhl=gla&detail=98


Dáibhí Ó Cróinín

Affiliation: National University of Ireland, Galway
E-mail: daibhi.ocronin@nuigalway.ie
Web: http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/humanities/daibhiocroinin/

Britain and Europe during the Early Middle Ages; computistics; medieval Latin palaeography; Irish traditional music and song.


Patricia O’Connor

Affiliation: University College Cork
E-mail: 106350224@umail.ucc.ie
Web: http://www.trishaoconnor.com

I am a PhD researcher at University College Cork researching Old English manuscripts in connection with Digital Humanities. My PhD thesis investigates the complex textual relationship that characterises Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 41, a manuscript witness of the Old English translation of Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica. I am interested in applying digital tools to this remarkable manuscript in order to potentially reconcile the codex’s considerable marginalia with its principal text.


Sinéad O’Sullivan

Affiliation: Queen’s University, Belfast
E-mail: s.osullivan@qub.ac.uk
Web: http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofHistoryandAnthropology/Staff/AcademicStaff/DrSineadOSullivan/

Transmission of learning, early medieval glosses, reception of the Classics, reception of Late Antique writers.


Sven Osterkamp

Affiliation: Bochum University, Germany
E-mail: sven.osterkamp@rub.de
Web: https://rub.academia.edu/SvenOsterkamp
Web: https://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/sulj/osterkamp.shtml

History of the Japanese language(s) and writing system(s); language contacts within East Asia as well as between East Asia and the West; early knowledge of East Asian languages and writing systems in the West; typology and history of writing systems and the interplay of language and writing.


Makoto Otsuki

Affiliation: Kyoto University
E-mail: ootsuki@bun.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Japanese linguistics.


Omer Fatih Parlak

Affiliation: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
E-mail: ofatihparlak@gmail.com

Turkish linguistics. Images of the Turk in early modern European cultural productions, especially in board games and playing cards. Early modern cultural exchanges between Europe and the Ottomans.


Thijs Porck

Affiliation: Leiden University
E-mail: m.h.porck@hum.leidenuniv.nl
Web: http://www.dutchanglosaxonist.com

Old English glosses, Anglo-Latin glosses, glossing techniques (multiple glosses, paving letters, dot glosses, scratched glosses, runic glosses, etc.), historical linguistics, Psalter glosses.


David W. Porter

Affiliation: Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
E-mail: david_porter@subr.edu

Anglo-Saxon glosses and glossaries.


Fangzhe Qiu

Affiliation: Maynooth University
E-mail: fangzhe.qiu@nuim.ie
Web: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/early-irish-sean-ghaeilge/our-people/fangzhe-qiu#3

Old and Middle Irish language, early Irish law, Irish legal manuscripts, legal narratives.


Jean Rittmueller

Affiliation: University of Memphis
E-mail: jnritt@gmail.com

Construe marks, reference marks, bilingual glossing (Latin and Irish), Hiberno-Latin literature.


Raquel Rojo Carrillo

Affiliation: University of Bristol
E-mail: raquel.rojocarrillo@bristol.ac.uk
Web: http://www.bris.ac.uk/arts/gradschool/people/raquel-rojo-carrillo/index.html

Old Hispanic Chant, medieval chant, medieval music, medieval studies, liturgy/transmission, codicology, palaeography, music analysis, notation, musicology, music History, music, Hispanic studies.


Carin Ruff

Affiliation: Independent scholar
E-mail: carinr@gmail.com
Web: https://syntacticalglosses.wordpress.com/

Anglo-Latin philology; history of Latin pedagogy, especially the teaching of syntax; syntactical glosses.


Paul Russell

Affiliation: University of Cambridge
E-mail: pr270@cam.ac.uk
Web: http://www.asnc.cam.ac.uk/people/academic/prussell.htm

Celtic philology and linguistics; early Welsh orthography; Old Welsh; Middle Welsh translation texts; medieval Welsh law; early Irish glossaries.


David Salomon

Affiliation: Russell Sage College, New York
E-mail: salomd@sage.edu
Web: http://www.sage.edu/faculty/salomd

Medieval and Renaissance religion, literature and culture. The Glossa Ordinaria, Augustine.


Markus Schiegg

Affiliation: Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
E-mail: markus.schiegg@fau.de
Web: http://www.markusschiegg.de
Web: https://www.uni-augsburg.de/glossenwiki

Historical linguistics, especially historical sociolinguistics and historical pragmatics. The functions and contexts of medieval glosses and language history “from below”.


Annina Seiler

Affiliation: University of Zürich
E-mail: annina.seiler@es.uzh.ch
Web: http://www.es.uzh.ch/en/aboutus/team/anninaseiler.html

Anglo-Saxon and medieval English glossaries, the role of English in medieval lexicography and its relation to other languages (most notably Latin and Anglo-Norman), Old and Middle English, Old High German, the functions of writing, the history of linguistic thought.


Inmaculada Senra-Silva

Affiliation: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Madrid, Spain
E-mail: isenra@flog.uned.es
Web: http://portal.uned.es/portal/page?_pageid=93,705557&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL

Use of runes in Old English glosses.


Nike Stam

Affiliation: Utrecht University
E-mail: n.stam@uu.nl
Web: https://uu.academia.edu/NikeStam

Bilingualism and code-switching in medieval Irish glossaries, in particular the commentary to the Félire Óengusso.


Matthew Steele

Affiliation: Harvard University
E-mail: msteele@fas.harvard.edu
Web: https://harvard.academia.edu/MatthewSteele

Islamicate Africa, commentary traditions, knowledge transmission, canon formation, reading practices, book history, and the social lives of texts.


Evina Steinová

Affiliation 1: Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands
Affiliation 2: University of Utrecht
E-mail: evina.steinova@gmail.com
Web: https://knaw.academia.edu/EvaSteinov%C3%A1

Latin philology and paleography, Latin glossaries and marginal annotations in Carolingian period, use of technical signs in the early medieval West.


David Stifter

Affiliation: Maynooth University
E-mail: david.stifter@nuim.ie
Web: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/people/david-stifter

My interests lie in Early Irish, medieval British and Ancient Celtic linguistics.


Larry Swain

Affiliation: Bemidji State University, Minnesota
E-mail: larsprec@gmail.com

Anglo-Saxonist, medieval languages and literatures, history of the book, esp. medieval manuscripts, textual criticism, medieval biblical transmission and exegesis. Editor, The Heroic Age, Sources of Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture, etc.


Olivier Szerwiniack

Affiliation: Université de Picardie Jules Verne
E-mail: olivierszk@netcourrier.com

Medieval manuscripts; historiography of Great Britain from Caesar to Geoffrey of Monmouth and Henry of Huntingdon, especially Bede’s Historia ecclesiastica; glosses on Orosius’ Histories against the pagans; interpretations of Hebrew names from Jerome to the 16th century; Dares Phrygius’ De excidio Troiae, its vernacular translations and its rewritings; relationships between living people and dead from the Antiquity to the present day.


Mariken Teeuwen

Affiliation 1: Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands
Affiliation 2: Dept. of History, University of Utrecht
E-mail: mariken.teeuwen@huygens.knaw.nl
Web: http://knaw.academia.edu/MarikenTeeuwen
Web: http://www.huygens.knaw.nl/teeuwen/?lang=en

(Early) medieval intellectual life, manuscripts, annotating practices.


Masayuki Tsukimoto

Affiliation: University of Tokyo
E-mail: tsukimot@l.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Japanese linguistics, premodern Japanese glossing (Kunten).


Jürgen Uhlich

Affiliation: Trinity College, Dublin
E-mail: uhlichc@tcd.ie
Web: https://www.tcd.ie/Irish/staff/uhlichc

Currently preparing a Handbook of Early Old Irish that will feature editions of the main texts originating in the EOIr. period, in particular the Cambrai Homily and the glosses in/on Wb. I, Philargyrius, the Turin palimpsest and Naples, followed by a grammatical description of this linguistic stage as far as can be extracted from the above and the spellings of names in Adomnán and Armagh.


Keigo Utsunomiya

Affiliation: Osaka Ohtani, Osaka
E-mail: ku.koukai@gmail.com
Web: http://researchmap.jp/read0181396/
Web: http://www.orcaland.gr.jp/~utsunomiya/

Japanese linguistics, ancient Japanese glossing (kunten): 1) Research in sutra transcription. 2) Research in glossing (kunten) applied to ancient sutra transcription. 3) Conservation of cultural properties from the point of view of glossing (kunten): development of new techniques


Matthieu van der Meer

Affiliation: Syracuse University, New York
E-mail: mhvander@syr.edu
Web: http://asfaculty.syr.edu/pages/lang/vandermeer-matthieu.html

Early Medieval Latin glosses on the Regula Benedicti and the reception of the Liber Glossarum.


Joel Varela Rodríguez

Affiliation: University of Santiago de Compostela
E-mail: joel.varela@rai.usc.es
Web: https://usc-es.academia.edu/JoelVarelaRodr%C3%ADguez

I am conducting PhD research on the early reception ofGregory the Great’s Moralia in Job in Spain. Some Spanish manuscriptscontain “enigmatic” glosses that reflect editorial activity onthe text, still unexplored, which seems to have taken place between the seventh and eighth centuries. Other scholaryinterests of mine are patristic theology, literature of visions, Latinpoetry and folklore.


Jesús R. Velasco

Affiliation: Columbia University
E-mail: jrvelasco@columbia.edu
Web: http://www.jrvelasco.com/

Working on: Microliteratures: Writing on the Margins and the Location of Literacy. In this book I examine a corpus of more than 200 Iberian, frequently multilingual, manuscripts with marginal glosses. The glosses are not the casual jottings penciled in by users and readers, but rather conscious intellectual, innovative uses of marginal writing. After examining the cognitive circumstances that undergird marginal writing and reading –for which I focus on contemporary research in cognitive pedagogy and cognitive linguistics–, I concentrate on new techniques of serial, non-linear writing and reading. I demonstrate that these techniques also vie for a new theory of history, a new way to write history and to expand the field of what is susceptible of becoming historical discourse –a theory of history that includes particular women, or that interconnects and synchronizes the Mediterranean. First draft of the book completed during my off teach period in the Spring of 2013.


Martina Venuti

Affiliation: Università degli Studi di Milano
E-mail: martina.venuti@gmail.com
Web: http://unimi.academia.edu/MartinaVenuti

Late Latin literature, mythography (transmission and reception), commentaries and glosses to authors, glosses on music in the Liber Glossarum.


Otto Vervaart

Affiliation: Independent scholar
E-mail: glossaeinmargine@gmail.com
Web: http://glossae.hypotheses.org

Glosses in medieval legal manuscripts, in particular glosses created before the Accursian gloss of the thirteenth century.


Ronny Vollandt

Affiliation: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich
E-mail: ronny.vollandt@lmu.de
Web: https://lmu-munich.academia.edu/RonnyVollandt

Judaic Studies, Judaeo-Arabic literature, Bible translations into Arabic, history of the book.


John Whitman

Affiliation: Cornell University
E-mail: jbw2@cornell.edu
Web: http://linguistics.cornell.edu/john-whitman

East Asian historical linguistics, comparative glossing and reading practice.


Shingo Yamamoto

Affiliation: College of Shirayuri
E-mail: MXF04115@nifty.ne.jp

Japanese linguistics, ancient Japanese glossing (Kunten) and Japanized written Chinese.


Matthew Zisk

Affiliation: Yamagata University
E-mail: zisk@yz.yamagata-u.ac.jp