News and Announcements

Guide for Manuscript Submissions

Publications

A submissions guide for authors of book-length manuscripts has been added to the website. The guide provides details on proposals, the complete review process, editing and production, and also endorsements from a range of our authors and series editors.

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Book Launch for Books and Bookmen

Publications

The Institute has launched a new Festschrift in honour of James Carley, Books and Bookmen in Early Modern Britain. This collection of eighteen essays explores how early modern uses of books have changed our reception of premodern writing.

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PIMS Leadership Transition

PIMS

Dr Richard Alway, after 10 years of voluntary leadership of the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, has indicated to the Board of Governors his intention to retire once his successor has been chosen.

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International Medieval Latin Committee Honours PIMS Fellow

Prizes & Awards

Greti Dinkova-Bruun, Institute Librarian and Fellow, was named the new Canadian representative to the International Medieval Latin Committee at “Medialatinitas 2017,” its 8th meeting held in Vienna, Austria 17–21 September, in recognition of her remarkable accomplishments as a medieval Latinist and philologist.

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Latin Palaeography at the Pontifical Institute

Courses

The Institute is pleased to announce a new course offering for the Winter term 2018, to be taught by the Institute's Leonard E. Boyle Professor of Manuscript Studies and Director of PIMS' Rome-Toronto Programme in Manuscript Studies, M. Michèle Mulchahey, together with Institute Fellow and Librarian, Greti Dinkova-Bruun.

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