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Magdalen College


The Magdalen Iberian Medieval Studies Seminar (MIMSS) presents a colloquium on Hispanic texts and manuscripts, taking place on Friday, June 8th 2018 from 2 o'clock. The location is the Oscar Wilde Room at Magdalen College, and the programme is diverse and includes accounts by British Hispanists from Oxford and London:

  • 2.15 pm - Dr Barry Taylor (The British Library), 'Laying it on the line: authorial (?) corrections in Villena, Llull and others'
  • 3 pm - Dr Rachel Scott (King's College London), 'Translating Intercultural Relationships: Calila e Dimna in medieval and early modern Iberia'
  • 4.15 pm - Dr Alexandra Nowosiad (King's College London), 'Communities of Readers, Individual Readings: the sixteenth-century print reception of Jorge Manrique's Coplas por la muerte de su padre'
  • 5 pm - Professor María Morrás (Magdalen College, University of Oxford), 'Nuño de Guzmán, Compendio de la Ética de Aristóteles, Bodleian D.1: an autograph?'

The colloquium also includes tea and coffee breaks at 2 pm and at 3.45 pm. All are welcome.

To learn more about MIMSS activities, please, follow this link.