CFP: Fragmentology, online/Lugano, 3-4 March 2023, Deadline 7 February 2023

The Research Centre for European Philological Tradition organises a conference dedicated to Fragmentology, in hybrid mode, in presence in Lugano and via Zoom. New studies and research will be presented concerning liturgical-musical fragments, reused fragments, disiecta membra of codices of which the parent manuscript can be reconstructed.

Anyone interested in participating as a speaker is requested to send a short abstract (20 lines) with their CV to info(at) by 7 February.



Il Research Centre for European Philological Tradition organizza un convegno dedicato alla Frammentologia, in modalità ibrida, in presenza a Lugano e a distanza via Zoom. Verranno presentati nuovi studi e ricerche concernenti frammenti liturgico-musicali sciolti, frammenti di riuso, disiecta membra di codici dei quali è possibile ricostruire il manoscritto madre. Chiunque fosse interessato a partecipare in veste di relatore, è pregato di inviare un breve abstract (20 righe), corredato dal proprio CV all’indirizzo info(at) entro il 7 febbraio.

Image: Johnson papyrus, fragment of an illustrated herbal showing a plant, possibly symphytum officinale (comfrey). Wellcome L0015764


Published by Dr Julia Faiers

Julia Faiers received her PhD from the University of St Andrews in 2021. She wrote her thesis on the art patronage of Louis d’Amboise, bishop of Albi from 1474 to 1503, under the supervision of Professor Kathryn Rudy. Her postdoctoral research includes the nineteenth-century reception of medieval art and architecture, and late-medieval female art patronage in France. Julia gained a First Class Honours degree in art history at the University of St Andrews (1995). She won a British Academy Award to study for her MA in German Expressionism at The Courtauld under the supervision of Dr Shulamith Behr (1997), and spent almost twenty years working as a journalist before returning to academia in 2016.

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