On Friday, 27 May 2022, from 10 am, Prof. Mircea M. Tomuș (Kirkwood Community College, Iowa) will present his translation of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight – Sir Gawain și Cavalerul cel Verde (Cluj: Școala Ardeleană, 2020). Convenors: Prof. Michaela Mudure, Prof. Adrian Papahagi, Faculty of Letters. Venue: Faculty of Letters, UBB Cluj (Str.Continue reading “Conference on ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Knight’”
On the occasion of the European Night of Museums, Prof. Adrian Papahagi presented the iconography of the Lorsch Gospels (Alba Iulia, Biblioteca Batthaneum, MS II.1) at the Museum of the Orthodox Cathedral in Cluj.
The 2021-2022 class of the Diplôme Européen d’Études Médiévales (DEEM) studying codicology with Prof. Adrian Papahagi (CODEX-UBB) have just published two descriptions of manuscript fragments from the Academy Library-Cluj on Fragmentarium. https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-5z0l https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-32fd The descriptions were elaborated during the seminars by the following MA, PhD and postdoctoral students: Angelo Bellettini (Toronto), Irene Binini (Parma), GiuseppeContinue reading “DEEM students publish on Fragmentarium”
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