Medieval and Modern Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age
The Medievaland Modern Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age course ran for its fifth year on 28 April–2 May 2014.
For the first time this was offered also for Modern Manuscripts. This is an intensive course for PhD students on the analysis, description and editing of medieval and modern manuscripts in the digital age. It is offered by the School of Advanced Studies under the direction of the Institute of English Studies and King's College London, in collaboration with the Warburg Institute and the University of Cambridge, and this year has been funded jointly by the ITN Marie Curie DiXiT and NeDiMAH.
One hundred and fifty students from all over the world took part, for a full report of the event, see the below .pdf.