We are looking forward to the DARIAH-CH Study Day in Mendrisio (TI), on the 20.10.22. Program and information on DARIAH-CH website: https://dariah.ch/activities/22-06-17-study-day/
A MARK16 poster will be presented by Mina Monier and Elisa Nury: “The SNSF MARK16 project. The first virtual research environment focused on a biblical chapter” (abstract).
The MARK16 team thanks again all colleagues who have participated to the MARK16 second online conference, a success (list of contributions here).
MARK16 is also very proud to announce the publication of a new article by Mina Monier in the OA journal Religions: Mina Monier, 2022. “Mark’s Endings in Context: Paratexts and Codicological Remarks” Religions 13, no. 6: 548. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel13060548
Summary: This article addresses the problem of the perception of Mark’s endings as expressed in its manuscript tradition. I will argue that, unlike the modern standardized image, manuscript evidence offers a complex phenomenon in which the endings were perceived in diverse ways that move across the threshold that separates a text from paratexts. Further, the manuscripts show an influence between the endings and their associated paratexts. I will show this phenomenon by examining (i) the hypotheses before the Gospel, (ii) marginalia that engaged Mark 16, and (iii) postscripts after the Gospel. In conclusion, the article recommends revisiting the standard perception of the “endings” within their larger paratextual ecosystem.
MARK16 is very proud to announce the release of a new eTalk written and produced by Mina Monier: “The Eusebian Canon Tables as a Tool of Interpretation: The Case of Mark 16”. This eTalk shows how the Eusebian canon tables were used by scribes as a tool of interpretation of Mark 16.
Vizualization website: https://mark16-etalk.sib.swiss/index.php?dir=Mark16_MM_3#0
List of the MARK16 ten eTalks here.
DH+ starts a busy month of May, with three top activities online (USA), in Hawarden (UK) and Brussels (BE).
13-15 May 2022, Gladstone’s Library (UK), “Paratext Network Workshop” (org. G. Allen and C. Sheepers); Claire Clivaz invited guest, with a Manifesto about “Bodily Paratext”.
17-19 May 2022, ACH annual online conference (USA): “Digital Multilingualism in Ancient Languages: the test-case of the MARK16 project” (Abstract), Claire Clivaz, Mina Monier, Elisa Nury, Silvano Aldà and Jonathan Barda. Join us at this online conference! https://dhunbound2022.ach.org
24-25 May 2022, Brussels: EOSC General Assembly (Claire Clivaz attendance).