The inflectional morphology of Romance languages often receives attention, but genuinely comparative, interpretative, pan-Romance, overviews remain rare.
"Greek Studies in 15th Century Europe" is a Marie Curie individual research project held by Dr. Paola Tomè and financed by the European Union at the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages in Oxford.
This is a collaborative research project funded for 3 years (1 January 2017-31 December 2019) by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The project is led by Prof. Simon Gilson (Oxford), Dr Federica Pich (Leeds) and Dr Guyda Armstrong (Manchester).
This project proposes for the first time to use the traded objects themselves, 15th-century books which still survive in their thousands, as essential and unquestionable evidence of the booktrade, to substantially complement current research on the booktr
Centres and Collaborations
The Italian Research seminar is convened by DPhil students and brings together members of the sub-faculty at all levels (professors, researchers, and students), but everyone interested is welcome to attend.