Studia Stemmatologica

A Series of International Workshops on Stemmatology

Organizers: T. Heikkilä, P. Myllymäki & T. Roos

Supported by the Finnish Cultural Foundation 


   Second Workshop, June 20–23, 2010   

Uppsala, Sweden

The second workshop takes place in Uppsala, June 20–23, 2010.

Practical Information


Rooms are reserved for the invitees at Clarion Hotel Gillet, Dragarbrunnsgatan 23, Uppsala. In Google Maps.

Workshop Venue

The workshop will take place at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study (SCAS). All sessions are located in Room 'Thunbergssalen', at street address Thunbergsvägen 2. Click here for walking directions from hotel (ca. 13 minutes).


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 Teemu Roos.

Workshop Program

Sunday 20 June

19.00 Welcoming Dinner
Restaurant Lingon, Svartbäcksgatan 30, Uppsala. (directions, ca. 4 min from hotel).

Monday 21 June

9.00–11.00 Session 1
Thunbergssalen, SCAS
  • Opening of the Workshop:
    Director, Prof. Björn Wittrock / SCAS
    Prof. Tuomas Heikkilä / Univ. Helsinki & SCAS
    Prof. Petri Myllymäki / Univ. Helsinki
    Dr. Teemu Roos / HIIT Helsinki
  • Odd Einar Haugen: Stemmatology: what comes before, what comes after?
  • Peter Robinson: Using stemmatics to solve real questions about real manuscripts: the case of Dante's Commedia
  • Philipp Roelli: To what extent is the Lachmannian method algorithmical?
11.00–11.30 Coffee Break

11.30–13.00 Session 2: Discussion: "What is a Textual Tradition?"
  • Introduction: Barbara Bordalejo
  • Chair: Chris Howe
13.00 Lunch
SCAS Restaurant (at the workshop venue)

14.30-16.00 Session 3
19.00 Dinner
Villa Anna, Odinslund 3, Google Maps

Tuesday 22 June

9.30–11.00 Session 4
Thunbergssalen, SCAS
11.00–11.30 Coffee Break

11.30–13.00 Session 5: Discussion: "Before and After Stemmatic Analysis"
  • Introduction: Odd Einar Haugen & Philipp Roelli
  • Chair: Tuomas Heikkilä
13.00 Lunch
SCAS Restaurant (at the workshop venue)

14.30–15.30 Session 6
16:45-22:00 Cruise on Steam-boat M/S Sjösala to Skokloster Castle (note times)
Boat leaves by the Islandbro Bridge, next to the Pumphuset Museum
Click here for Google Maps.
  • Note the times, and please be on time: the boat leaves at 17:00.
  • Trip includes a dinner.
  • Remember to dress warmly.

Wednesday 23 June

9.30–11.00 Session 7
Thunbergssalen, SCAS
11.00–11.30 Coffee Break

11.30–13.00 Session 8: Final Discussion "What's Next? — Making Plans for the Future"
  • Chair: Tuomas Heikkilä
13.00 Lunch
SCAS Restaurant (at the workshop venue)

Extracurricular Activities

  • Uppsala cathedral, Domkyrkoplan, open daily 8–18

  • University Museum Gustavianum, Akademigatan 3, open Tue–Sun 10–16

  • Carolina Rediviva Library, Dag Hammarsköldsväg 1, exhibition hall open Sun 11–16, Mon–Thu 9–18.30

  • Gamla Uppsala (prehistoric remains and medieval church 5 kms away from the centre)

  • Uppsala castle (housing an art museum), Drottning Christinas väg 1 (you cannot miss it), open Sun 12–16.30, Tue 12–16, Wed 12–20

  • Linnéträdgården (Carl von Linné's garden and home museum), Svartbäcksgatan 27, open Tue–Sun 11–17


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Updated by T. Roos on July 2, 2010