Third Workshop, November 21–24, 2010
The third workshop takes place in Pisa, November 21–24,
Rooms are reserved for the invitees at
Grand Hotel Duomo,Via Santa Maria 94, Pisa. In Google Maps.
The workshop will take place at the Grand Hotel Duomo. All sessions
are located in the hotel's meeting room.
Please click here for a list of
relevant papers by the participants of Studia Stemmatologica. Please
feel free to submit bibliographic references to your own papers to
Sunday 21 November
20.00 Welcoming Dinner
Osteria I Santi (Via S. Maria 71).
Monday 22 November
Morning: Extracurricular Activities
We have booked us an English-speaking guide who will guide us through
the historical sights of Pisa. The tour — should you choose to
join it — will start at 10.00 from our hotel.
Osteria dei Cavalieri (Via S. Frediano 16).
15.00-16.30 Session 1: Opening & Artificial Textual Traditions I
16.30-17.00 Coffee Break
- Opening of the Workshop
- Philipp Roelli: Comparison of Artificial Manuscript Traditions and presenting the first Latin one
- Heather Windram: Preliminary results on the Julius Caesar data —
17.00-18.30 Session 2: Artificial Textual Traditions II
- Daniel Apollon: Simultaneous visualisation of a subset of the artificial Julius Caesar variants and their textual witnesses.
- Gerd Haverling: Corrections and vulgarizations made by the scribes
- Discussion: How to compare results on artificial traditions? How to use artificial traditions in developing stemmatological methods?
Il Campano (Via Domenico Cavalca 19).
Tuesday 23 November
10.00–11.30 Session 3: From Texts to a Stemma
11.30–12.00 Coffee Break
- Aidan Conti: Stemmatology and the science of copying
- Marina Buzzoni: Heliand and Luther's translation of the Bible —
towards a quantitative contrastive analysis
12.00–13.30 Session 4: How to Read a Stemma?
- Wendy Phillips-Rodriguez: Reading stemmata
- Discussion: How do we read a stemma? What do we read from it?
Osteria La Mescita (Via Domenico Cavalca 2).
15.30–17.00 Session 5: Stemmatological Works-in-Progress I
Osteria del Tinti (Vicolo Tinti 26).
- Caroline Mace: Research project on "text evolution"
- Tuomas Heikkilä & Teemu Roos: Stemmatology of medieval calendars
Wednesday 24 November
10.00–11.30 Session 6: Stemmatological Works-in-Progress II
11.30–12.00 Coffee Break
- Teemu Roos: Who's afraid of multifurcation and extant interior nodes?
— A new method for stemmatic analysis
- Marko Halonen: Studying a medieval Bishops's Chronicle
12.00–13.00 Final Discussion, including e.g.:
- Barbara Bordalejo: Plans for a joint publication?
- Topics of the next workshop
- Et multa cetera
Zerocinquata (050) (Via san Francesco 36).
15.00- Joint Session with the InterEdition Group
Consiglio Nazionale delle Riserche (CNR)
(outside the city centre, transportation will be provided)
- Two papers on the activities of the Studia Stemmatologica by Peter Robinson and Tuomas Heikkilä & Teemu Roos
- Two papers on the activities of the InterEdition group by Joris van Zundert and Karina van Dalen-Oskam