Trinity 2011

Digital Methods for Medieval Hispanic Studies / Informática y textos hispánicos medievales
International Colloquium of the Medieval Hispanic Text and Manuscript Seminar (in collaboration with MIMSS)
8-9 July 2011
Magdalen College, Oxford

8 July
10.00-11.00 Registration
11.00 Welcome and Introduction: Stephen Parkinson/Juan-Carlos Conde
11.15 Harvey Sharrer (University of California, Santa Barbara): "Updating PhiloBiblon"
12.00 Paul Spence (King's College London): "Digital Humanities and Hispanic Studies Meet: the CHARTA (Corpus Hispanico y Americano en la red: textos antiguos) network"
1.00 Lunch
2.30 Andrés Enrique-Arias (Universitat de les Illes Balears): "New resources for the study of Spanish medieval language and culture through its biblical translations: the Biblia Medieval corpus and website"
3.15 Francisco Gago Jover (Holy Cross College): "The Digital Library of Old Spanish Texts: Challenges and Possibilities"
4.00 Coffee break
4.30 Michael Ferreira (University of Georgetown): "Developments in the medieval content of the Corpus del español and the Corpus do português"
5.30 Esther Gómez-Sierra (University of Manchester): "Dialogyca BDDH (Biblioteca Digital de Diálogo Hispánico): Hispanic dialogues on the web"
6.30 Reception and Conference Dinner
9 July
9.15 Stephen Parkinson (University of Oxford): "The Cantigas de Santa Maria database and critical edition"
9.45 Fiona Maguire and Dorothy Severin (University of Liverpool): "The Electronic Library of 15th century Castilian Cancionero Manuscripts"
10.30 Isabel Navas Ocaña (Universidad de Almeria): "Biblioteca digital de escritoras medievales hispánicas"
11.15 Susana Pedro (Universidade de Lisboa): "The Dictionary of Portuguese Palaeographic Abbreviations project: moving a pioneer's work into the Digital Age"
12.00 John Pybus (OUCS): "Oxford Virtual Research Environment for the Study of Documents and Manuscripts"


Reapproaching Fernando de Rojas' Celestina

Session of MIMSS
Thursday, June 9 2011
Summer Common Room, Magdalen College

3.00.- Welcome. Tea and Coffee. 

3.30.- Presentation of the first volume of the Publications of the Magdalen Iberian Medieval Studies Seminar, in collaboration with the Papers of the Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar (Queen Mary, University of London): Ramón Menéndez Pidal after Forty Years: A Reassessment. With Juan-Carlos Conde (Director, MIMSS, and Editor, PMIMSS) and Rosa Vidal-Doval (General Editor, PMHRS)

3.45.- Amaranta Saguar García (Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford): "'Compuesta en reprensión de los locos enamorados': Sticking up for the Didacticism of Celestina"

4.30.- Joseph T. Snow (Michigan State University): "Unexpected and Unseen Listeners in Celestina: There are More than You Thought"

5.15.- Discussion