Saturday, February 25, 2023

Open Access Journal: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin

[First posted in AWOL 26 June 2017, updated  25 February 2023]

Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin
ISSN: 2410-0951
The Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin (ISSN 2410-0951, since 2015) has succeeded the Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter as the main organ of the European network in Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies.
It is a peer-reviewed international journal, published on-line (under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license) and on paper as print-on-demand.
It is dedicated to the vast variety of issues concerned with the research into the oriental manuscript traditions, from instrumental analysis, to codicology and palaeography, to critical text editing, to manuscript preservation, to the application of digital tools to manuscript research. The geographical focus is the Mediterranean Near East, with its wide array of language traditions including, though not limiting to, Arabic, Armenian, Avestan, Caucasian Albanian, Christian Palestinian Aramaic, Coptic, Ethiopic, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Persian, Slavonic, Syriac, and Turkish.

Table of Contents

Christian Oriental Colophons: towards a Structural Analysis, ed. Paola Buzi

Regular issue
Articles and notes

Research projects

Conference reports

  • pp. 257-259Recipes and Recipe Books Across Manuscript Culture, Hamburg (online), 12–13 April 2021 (Red.) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11544
  • pp. 260-261Editing the Greek Psalter, Göttingen, 1–3 December 2021 (Red.) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11546
  • pp. 262-263Scribal Identity and Agency: Scribes at Ugarit and Ancient Rome, Medieval Christianity and Islam, Monasticism in Ethiopia and Tibet, Oxford (online), 16–17 December 2021 (Red.) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11548
  • pp. 264-270New Light from the East: Linguistic Perspectives on Non-Literary Papyri and Related Sources, Ghent, 2–4 February 2022 (Red.) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11550
  • pp. 271-275Living Bodies of Texts: Organising a Literary Corpus in the Middle Ages. The Corpus Nazianzenum and the Corpus Dionysiacum, Göttingen, 27–29 April 2022 (Red.) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11552
  • pp. 276-278Mixing Languages and Scripts: Material from Manuscripts and Inscriptions, Hamburg, 19–20 May 2022 (Red.) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11554
  • pp. 279-286Bibles and Scholars: a Tribute to Paul Kahle and Gérard Weil, Aix-en-Provence, 9–12 June 2022 (Élodie Attia) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11556
  • pp. 287-289Illuminating the Eastern Christian World: Manuscripts, Illuminators and Scribes, Hamburg, 30 June–1 July 2022 (Red.)
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11558
  • pp. 290-292Middle and Mixed Arabic: A Typology of Genres and Intended Recipients, Bratislava, 20–23 September 2022 (Zuzana Gažáková) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11560
  • pp. 293-295Identifying Models and Copies on the Basis of Material Evidence: At the Intersection Between Manuscript Studies and Philology, Hamburg, 10–11 November 2022 (Red.) 
    DOI: 10.25592/uhhfdm.11562


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