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Bernard J. Muir

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The University of Melbourne

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The University of Melbourne

250 Princes Highway

Werribee, Victoria,3030

Australia

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Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, teaching and engagement. Melbourne's teaching excellence has been rewarded two years in a row by grants from the Co...more

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Melbourne College of Divinity

Research Consultant and Fellow


School of Culture and Communication

Honorary Professor


Education

University of Toronto


PhD

Medieval Studies


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Associate Professor Bernard J. Muir, The University of Melbourne


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Featuring preeminent world medievalists, scholars and curators; Emerita Professor Michelle.P. Brown (University of London), Emeritus Professor Margaret Manion (Melbourne University), Professor Bernard Muir (Melbourne University), Australian artist and curator Dr Irene Barberis and renowned scientist Professor David Mainwaring( Swinburne University).
Team: CI, Dr Irene Barberis, Professor David Mainwaring, Professor Emerita Michelle P. Brown, Professor Bernard Muir and project guest, Professor Emeritus Magaret Manion Bernard J Muir is an Honorary Professorial Research Fellow at The University of Melbourne, where he taught medieval manuscript studies for 30 years. He is known internationally for his pioneering digital facsimile editions of important literary and historical manuscripts. His later work is a scholarly facsimile edition of The Peterborough Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.


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Confirmed speakers so far include Gianni Guastella (University of Siena), who has written several seminal publications on the reception of Roman comedy in the Italian Renaissance, Dorota Dutsch (University of California, Santa Barbara), author of Feminine Discourses in Roman Comedy (Oxford 2008), who has most recently been investigating the semiotics of gesture in the illustrated Terence manuscripts; and Bernard Muir (University of Melbourne), a world authority on the digitization of manuscripts, who has published extensively on Latin palaeography and on the mediaeval transmission of texts, and who most recently, with Andrew Turner, is the editor of a digital facsimile of a 12th-century manuscript of Terence from Oxford (Terence's Comedies, Bodleian Digital Texts 2, Oxford 2010).


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Confirmed speakers so far include Gianni Guastella (University of Siena), who has written several seminal publications on the reception of Roman comedy in the Italian Renaissance; Dorota Dutsch (University of California, Santa Barbara), author of Feminine Discourses in Roman Comedy (Oxford 2008), who has most recently been investigating the semiotics of gesture in the illustrated Terence manuscripts; and Bernard Muir (University of Melbourne), a world authority on the digitization of manuscripts, who has published extensively on Latin palaeography and on the mediaeval transmission of texts, and who most recently, with Andrew Turner, is the editor of a digital facsimile of a 12th century manuscript of Terence from Oxford (Terence's Comedies, Bodleian Digital Texts 2, Oxford 2010).


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By Bernard J. Muir, Andrew J. Turner, Bodleian Library
Bernard J. Muir is Professor of Medieval Studies at The University of Melbourne.


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