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CERL Junior Fellows

Online presentations on 27 January 2021
CERL Alumni present their research

Cristina Dondi, CERL Company Secretary and Chairman of the CERL Grant Scheme

Martyna Osuch (CERL Grant: Metropolitan Seminary Library in Warsaw, 2019/20)
Special collections librarian in the Early Printed Books Department, University of Warsaw Library; PhD student, University of Warsaw (first year of Interdisciplinary Doctoral School).
Cataloguing the incunabula of the Metropolitan Seminary Library in Warsaw into MEI.
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Angeline Rais (CERL Grant: London Lambeth Palace 2014/15)
Post-doctoral Research Fellow, CULTIVATE MSS Project, Institute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London
Cataloguing the incunabula collection of Lambeth Palace Library in the Material Evidence in Incunabula (MEI) database
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Laura Carnelos (Marie S. Curie Grant (H2020-MSCA-IF-2014-EF, more information) with CERL/BL/ICCU 2016-18)
Library Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Eton College Library
My last five years in a nutshell (2016-2021)
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Ester Peric (CERL Grant: Cambridge UL 2017/18)
Phd student, SSM (Scuola Superiore Meridionale), University of Naples “Federico II”
Printers’ catalogues and lost editions in the bibliographical works of Conrad Gesner
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Krisztina Rábai (CERL Grant: Edinburgh NL 2017/18)
Assistant Professor in the Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences at the University of Szeged, Hungary
Treasures in private and ecclesiastical collections in Central-Eastern Europe
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James Misson (CERL Grant: Yale 2017/18; Yale Grant 2018/19)
Research Assistant in Digital Humanities, the University of Geneva
Cutting and Pasting Chaucer: Beinecke +9661
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Elena Fogolin (CERL Grant: Huntington 2018/19)
PhD student, Università degli Studi di Udine, Department of Humanities and Cultural Heritage / Johannes Gutenberg Universität of Mainz, Gutenberg-Institute/Book Studies. See also her CERL Blog post on the topic. Her presentation raised the issue of nomenclature: 'set-off' versus 'off-set', more here.
A puzzling phenomenon: set-offs in early printing
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Lucrezia Signorello (CERL Grant: The Hague 2018/19)
PhD student in “Documentation Studies, Linguistics and Literature” at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”
The reconstruction of the dispersed library of the Augustinian convent of Santa Maria del Popolo (Rome) from 16th-century inventories
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Marianna Morreale (CERL Grant: Cambridge UL 2018/19)
Second year, ‘Scuola di Specializzazione’ in Archive and Library Heritage, Rome Università La Sapienza.
Engravings in early Italian printed books: a university research project
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Camilla Marangoni (CERL Grant: 2019/20 #wfh)
Master’s degree in Archaeology and Art History, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan
and Rosa Parlavecchia (CERL Grant: 2019/20 #wfh)
Postdoctoral researcher at ICCU and contract professor of Printing History at the University of Salerno
The incunabula of the Laurenziana Library of Florence: transferring provenance data from printed catalogue to MEI
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Anna de Bruyn (CERL Grant: 2019/20 #wfh)
PhD student at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Material Evidence in the Incunabula of the University of Groningen Library
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Question and Answer session

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