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10-11 September 2020 – Lausanne: Claire Clivaz and Mina Monier (SIB, Lausanne), “Mark16 as a VRE: challenges and opportunities”; conference «Virtual Research Environments and Ancient Manuscripts», org. Claire Clivaz (SIB, Lausanne) and Garrick Allen (Dublin University). Either physical or virtual, or both together, the conference will happen; online attendance: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Announcement in French on the DH center UNIL-EPFL website. Complete English program: https://mark16.sib.swiss/conference.
16 October 2020 5.30pm – Duke University (USA): online NT seminar (org. Mark Goodacre & Jennifer Knust) : Claire Clivaz, “MARK16, a new form or digital research in New Testament Textual Criticism”.
21-22 January 2021 – Paris, IPT: Claire Clivaz, “Mark 16 and Luke 22 at stake”. Interdisciplinary master and PhD teaching week, Paris, Rome, Berlin.
CANCELLED for COVID-19 reasons: SNTS, Rome, 28-31 July 2020. NTTC Seminar, invited paper: Claire Clivaz: “Mark 16 and the codex k (Bobiensis): what are the mistakes at stake?” The Latin codex k represents a very interesting case in the history of NT research: well known since scholarly memory began, it has never been really considered in the complex file of Mark 16 evidence, since it has mostly been considered as presenting mistakes or odd variants in Mark 16. Based on the latest editions of this codex and on images of the manuscript, this paper will present different reading options for this specific version of the last chapter of Mark, including what we should call a “k shorter ending”.
10 June 2020 16h-17h – online event : Poster discussion room at SIB days 2020: Claire Clivaz, Vera Chiquet, Elisa Nury, Mina Monier and Sara Schulthess (DH+, SIB) with Jonathan Barda (Core-IT, SIB), Marta Błaszczyńska (IBL PAN) and Erzsébeth Tóth-Czifra (DARIAH-EU): “Open Science and Humanities Research Data Management”. Website: https://www.sib.swiss/events/sibdays2020/
27 May 2020: MARK16 is happy to announce the opening of its manuscript room! A huge thanks to Mina Monier, post-doc and to Jean-Bernard Dugied, software developper for it! Have a look at https://mr-mark16.sib.swiss
CANCELLED for COVID-19 reasons: 26-27 May, Dublin University, Conference “Digital Sacred Texts: Materiality, Performance, Theory”: Mina Monier, «Typing Mark’s Ending-Electronic Transcription as an Interpretation of Complex Textual Evidence».
14 May 2020: IGNTP online seminar: Claire Clivaz: “Mark 16 and the codex k (Bobiensis): what are the mistakes at stake?”. The Latin codex k represents a very interesting case in the history of NT research: well known since scholarly memory began, it has never been really considered in the complex file of Mark 16 evidence, since it has mostly been considered as presenting mistakes or odd variants in Mark 16. Based on the latest editions of this codex and on images of the manuscript, this paper will present different reading options for this specific version of the last chapter of Mark, including what we should call a “k shorter ending”. Webpage: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/itsee/news/2020/tc-thursdays.aspx Information: email@example.com.
10 May 2020: four folios of GA 1230 in Mk 16 are online in the INTF, transcribed and encoded by Mina Monier. Read more here: https://ntvmr.uni-muenster.de/web/mark16/mark16
31 March 2020: the first eleven dataset of MARK16 are online in the SNSF p3 database, through the public open depository Nakala! Have a look at them and at their metadata: http://p3.snf.ch/project-179755
19 February 2020: the webpage of the VRE MARK16 is open! https://mark16.sib.swiss
14-16 janvier 2020 – ENS, colloque «Humanités globales», Paris: Claire Clivaz, «Définir les Humanités par la recherche». De nombreux fonds institutionnels sont consacrés à des projets de recherche numériques, d’envergure européenne. Comment contribuent-ils à redéfinir le profil des Humanités ? L’exposé répondra à ces questions à partir de deux projets : HumaReC, MARK16, du Fonds National Suisse, sur des manuscrits du Nouveau Testament.
10 janvier 2020 – rencontre de l’AELAC, Bex: Claire Clivaz, “Du nouveau sur l’énigme de Mc 16. De l’importance de pouvoir consulter les manuscrits du Nouveau Testament en ligne”; Mina Monier, “The Arabic Diatessaron and Codex Bezae: The Case of Mark’s Long Ending.” Programme du colloque en ligne.
5 décembre 2019 – DARIAH DESIR Workshop #2, Neuchâtel: Mina Monier, “Revisiting Classic Textual Problems Using Digital Tools: The Case of Mark 16”. Org. du workshop: Sara Schulthess (SIB, Lausanne) et Simon Gabay (Université de Neuchâtel).
24 November 2019 – Annual SBL Meeting, San Diego, USA: Claire Clivaz, “Enlightening the Diversity of Scholarly Opinions on Multimodal Material : Mark 16 as Test-case”.
9 September 2019 – New Transcriptions of Mark 16 Available on NTVMR: The Team of the SNSF-funded MARK16 project is pleased to announce the new phase of cooperation with the esteemed NTVMR team on providing transcriptions of Mark 16. We have started our cooperation by providing the complete transcription of this chapter in two important manuscripts: GA 304 and GA 888 by Mina Monier. Read more here: https://ntvmr.uni-muenster.de/web/mark16/mark16
4 July 2019 – ISBL, Rome: Claire Clivaz, “The enigma of Mark16: The role of Contemplating Greek Manuscript Evidence Online.”
24 January 2019 – SIB seminars series, Lausanne: Claire Clivaz, «Mark 16, a presentation»
29-30 Novembre 2018 – DARIAH-CH workshop, Neuchâtel: Claire Clivaz and Martial Sankar, «Mark 16 as a test-case for a new research model in digitized Humanities», poster
5-7 novembre 2018 – Conference PLURITEXT – “Textual plurality in the Bible”, Paris: Claire Clivaz, «Mk 16,8 and the manuscripts evidences : listen to the scribal voices»
15-17 octobre 2018 – Colloque DHNord 2018, Lille: Claire Clivaz, «Penser le lieu de l’écriture digitale»
4-6 October 2018 – Annual meeting of the Swiss Society of Theology, Zurich: Claire Clivaz, «Digital Humanities: towards religions outside the book(s)?»
2 octobre 2018 – Cours master en humanités numériques, IPT, PARIS: Claire Clivaz, «Découvrir les Digital Humanities»