Conference August 2016

The Arts of Editing: Past, Present and Future

Stockholm University, 17–19 August 2016,

 

Swedish colloquium

Affisch

Onsdag 17 augusti

Plats: Södra huset C512

9.30–9.45: Ken Benson, prefekt och professor i spanska, hälsar välkommen

9.45–10.00: Gunilla Iversen, ledare av forskningsprogrammet Ars edendi inleder

10.00–11.00 Ars edendis medlemmar presenterar sina resultat

11.00–12.00: Diskussion kring Ars edendi-programmets resultat och möjligheter till utveckling. Deltagare: Gunilla Iversen, Alexander Andrée, Alessandra Bucossi, Barbara Crostini, Elisabet Göransson, Brian M. Jensen, Erika Kihlman, Eva Odelman och Denis Searby (samtliga Ars edendi), Stephan Borgehammar (Lunds universitet), Eric Cullhed (Uppsala universitet), Greti Dinkova-Bruun (PIMS, Toronto), Tuomas Heikkilä (Helsingfors universitet/Finska institutet i Rom), Nils Holger Petersen (Köpenhamns universitet), och Christina Thomsen Thörnqvist (Göteborgs universitet)

12.30-14.00: Lunch på Fakultetsklubben

International conference 

Venue: Nordenskiöldsalen

Poster

Wednesday 17 August 

14.00–14.15: Opening of the conference. Astrid Söderbergh-Widding, Vice-Chancellor, Stockholm University

14.15–14.30: Welcome by Gunilla Iversen, Leader of Ars edendi

14.30–16.30: Panel 1: “The Ars edendi – methods, results and where to go from here”. Moderator: Erika Kihlman. Participants: Elisabet Göransson (AE/Lund University), Alessandra Bucossi (AE/Ca’Foscari University of Venice), Odd Einar Haugen (University of Bergen), Tuomas Heikkilä (University of Helsinki /Finnish Institute in Rome), Gunilla Iversen (AE), Filippomaria Pontani (Ca’Foscari University of Venice), and Denis Searby (AE)

16.30–17.00: Coffee break

17.00–18.00: Keynote 1: David Greetham, City University of New York

Editing in Three Movements: Eriugena, Coleridge, Eliot

18.30– Buffet and wine reception with music performance by Miriam Andersén, Thomas Hammar and Lena-Susanne Norin

Thursday 18 August 

9.15–9.45: Paper Session 1. Chair: Erika Kihlman

Greti Dinkova-Bruun (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto)

Editing Medieval Glosses: Difficulties and Solutions

9.45–10.45: Keynote 2: Cynthia Damon, University of Pennsylvania

Plinian layers: On editing the reception of Pliny’s planetary theory

10.45–11.30: Coffee break

11.30–13.00: Paper session 2. Chair: Eva Odelman

Filippo Bognini (Ca’Foscari University of Venice)

Between ‘Catena’ Commentary and Marginal Glosses: Towards the Edition of Hilarius of Orléans’ Commentary to the ‘Aeneid’ (12th c.)

Andrew Hicks (Cornell University)

Editing Texts within Texts: The Special Case of Lemmata

Sinead O’Sullivan (Queen’s University Belfast)

In search of the lemma: Reading and the lemma in early medieval glossed manuscripts

13–14.15: Buffet Lunch

14.15–15.15: Paper session 3. Chair: Elisabet Göransson

Jürgen Fuchsbauer (University of Regensburg)

Editing Medieval Slavonic Texts – Can Diplomatic and Text Critical Approaches Be Reconciled?

Raffaele Tondini (University of Padova)

Editing summarized texts: the case of Origen’s Commentary on Matthew

15.15–16.15: Keynote 3: Odd Einar Haugen, University of Bergen

The elucidation of editions: On the linguistic annotation of medieval texts

16.15–16.45: Coffee break

16.45–18.30: Panel 2: “Editing across traditions”. Moderator: Barbara Crostini. Participants: Tara Andrews (University of Bern), Godfried Croenen (University of Liverpool), Cynthia Damon (University of Pennsylvania), Vincent Gillespie (University of Oxford), Sakari Katajamäki (Finnish Literature Society), Annika Rockenberger (University of Oslo), Per Stam (Stockholm University), Paolo Trovato (University of Ferrara)

19.00: Conference dinner at the Faculty Club

Friday 19 August

9.00–10.00: Paper session 4. Chair: Nils Holger Petersen (University of Copenhagen)

Eva Ferro (University of Freiburg)

How to edit the ‘uneditable’? Medieval saints’ historiae as perfomance

Elaine Stratton Hild (University of Würzburg)

Editing a disappearing genre: Challenges and possibilities for current, scholarly collections of ‘liturgical drama’

10.00–11.00: Keynote 4: Dorothea Weber, University of Salzburg

Challenges of editing Latin patristic texts – a report from inside the CSEL

11.00–11.30: Coffee break

11.30–12.30: Paper session 5. Chair: Gunilla Iversen

Francesca Potenza (Vatican Library)

About the critical edition of the premetaphrastic passio of St Pantaleon (bhg 1412z–1413h)

Marijana Vukovic (University of Oslo)

New Philology and Editing of Medieval Apocrypha and Martyrdom Literature

12.30–13.45: Lunch at the Faculty Club

13.45–15.45: Panel 3: “Research horizons for editorial projects”. Moderator: Denis Searby. Participants: Roger Andersson (Stockholm University), Nicolas Bell (Trinity College Library, Cambridge), Stefan Schorn (KU Leuven) Christina Thomsen Thörnqvist (University of Gothenburg), Dorothea Weber (University of Salzburg)

15.45–16.15: Coffee break

16.15–17.15: Paper Session 6. Chair: Brian M. Jensen

Scott Bruce (University of Colorado Boulder)

Modern Textual Editions and the Challenge of Reception History in Medieval Manuscript Studies: The Example of the Regula Benedicti

Matthieu H. van der Meer (Syracuse University, NY)

Problems of editing a ninth century work-in-progress: Glosae collectae in regula S. Benedicti

17.15–17.45: Final address by Jan Ziolkowski, Harvard University/Dumbarton Oaks