HIOK0002SU Summer Course in Scandinavian Manuscript Studies: 2. Theory and Practice of Scholarly Editing
The advanced-level course Theory and Practice of Scholarly Editing focuses on the history, theory and methodology of editing texts found in manuscript witnesses. The student will apply skills learned in the basic-level or equivalent course to read and transcribe manuscrips, focusing on variation found among different witnesses of a single text and how these variants can be represented in different types of editions.
For a full list of lecturers, please visit: http://nfi.ku.dk/english/courses/summer-courses/
For information on tuition fees, please visit the Faculty of Humanities summer school website: http://humanities.ku.dk/education/summer/
By the end of the course, the student will be able to:
- Recognize the various types of editions (critical edition, best-text edition, single text edition) and their intended audiences
- Collect variants from multiple manuscript witnesses in order to create a variant apparatus
- Prepare a stemma codicum
For the reading list, please visit: http://nfi.ku.dk/english/courses/summer-courses/
The student must be able to read texts in Academic English.
- Class Instruction
- Course Preparation
Deadline for application: 1 April 2017
For information on tuition fees for BA and MA students, please visit the Faculty of Humanities summer school website. Ph.d. students participate for free.
Information on living costs and costs of accommodation is available at the UCPH website for international students.
- 7,5 ECTS
- Type of assessment
- Course participation, 2 weeks under invigilation
- Marking scale
- passed/not passed
- Censorship form
- No external censorship