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Medieval Francophone Literary Culture Outside France

The goal of this project is to study the movement of French-language manuscripts, their conception and fabrication in areas outside the French kingdom, and the effects they had on both the French of France and the notion of early French literature.  Six major literary traditions serve as the basis of the study and all speak to the multicultural and multilingual European Middle Ages:  Roman d'Alexandre, Roman de Troie, Lancelot, Guiron le courtois, Histoire ancienne, and the prose Tristan.

The project
is funded by the Arts and Humanities Council of the United Kingdom.
Contributor: Bill Burgwinkle


Digitizing Medieval Cyprus

This website presents a digital version of Leontios Makhairas’s chronicle.  It constitutes the first volume of the Digital Library of Medieval Cyprus Sources, and is included in the wider research project "Digitizing Medieval Cyprus." This project is the result of a partnership between the University of Cyprus (coordinator Angel Nicolaou-Konnari) and King’s College (coordinators Charlotte Roueché and John Bradley, Centre for Computing in the Humanities).

Funded by a 2014-2015 grant from the University of Cyprus.
Contributor: Angel Nicolaou-Konnari


Visualizing Medieval Places


This blog describes aspects of the digital project entitled "Visualizing Medieval Places: data collection, analysis and visualization."
The project explores different ways of visualizing real place names found in literary and non-literary texts composed along the arc from England to the Eastern Mediterranean over some four centuries (1100-1500).  The texts are composed in varieties of what scholars now call " medieval French."

Contributor: David Wrisley

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