Andrew Patton won the Michael O’Rourke postgraduate publication prize and Gabriël Oberholzer was named People’s Choice Runner-up in the Images of Research.
Professor Hugh Houghton spoke at the inaugural Text and Manuscript conference hosted by the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts last week.
A team of doctoral students convened by Georgi Parpulov has produced a catalogue of Greek manuscripts at the University of Birmingham and Woodbrooke College.
The 1COR project will significantly advance work on the text of the Pauline Epistles in multiple languages.
This week sees the publication of articles in leading academic journals by two doctoral researchers on the CATENA project, Emanuele Scieri (on the Catenae on Acts) and Andrew Patton (on the Western Order of the Gospels)
Professor Hugh Houghton has delivered the first Endowment Lecture of the Dr. Basudev Kar Oration in the Humanities in the Centre for Translation and Digital Humanities at Ravenshaw University in India.
ITSEE researcher Dr Chiara Coppola today was awarded her degree in person at the University's Graduation Ceremony in the Great Hall.
ITSEE will be a partner in an €800,000 joint Anglo-German project on the Earliest Translations of the Pauline Epistles.
Proposals of papers are invited for a conference on 'The Decentralising of the Biblical Text in Manuscript Formation' to be held in Birmingham in March 2022.
After three years working as postdoctoral research fellows on the ERC CATENA project, Dr Georgi Parpulov and Dr Panagiotis Manafis are leaving ITSEE to take up new academic positions.
Chiara Coppola has been awarded a doctorate for her thesis on "A New Analysis of the Scholia Photiana in the Pseudo-Oecumenian Catena Tradition."
Dr Georgi Parpulov and Dr Panagiotis Manafis have published an article identifying a previously-unknown catena on the Gospel according to Matthew preserved in five pages of a ninth-century manuscript in a Greek monastery