Category: Webinar

TST Webinar 10

  The tenth TST webinar will take place Tuesday January, 2022, 10-12 AM (CET). We will discuss paratexts terminology and taxonomy, looking at various examples selected by Emmanuel FRANCIS and Charles LI. The goal is to standardise, as much as possible, the categories and labels we use for paratexts, especially...

TST Webinar 9

    The ninth TST webinar will take place Tuesday October, 2021, 10-12 AM (CET). As agreed at the end of our recent Paris workshop, we will discuss the contents of the TST collective volume to be published after our final workshop in Hamburg in September 2022.  

The 2nd TST workshop, 7-8 October 2021

We are pleased to present the programme for the 2nd TST workshop, which will be held in Paris, in the conference centre of the Campus Condorcet, and online on 7-8 October, 2021. To reach the conference centre of the Campus Condorcet see HERE. To register to attend online, please fill...

TST Webinar 8

The eighth TST webinar will take place Tuesday June 22nd, 2021, 10-12 AM (CET).   Sugania Anandakichenin (Universität Hamburg) In Pursuit of Nyāya: The Vaṭakalai Śrīvaiṣṇava Manuscripts from the Stabi Collection The Stabi collection comprises a number of palm-leaf manuscripts that are of Śrīvaiṣṇava provenance. But they do not merely...

TST Webinar 7

The seventh TST webinar will take place Tuesday May 18th, 2021, 10-12 AM (CET). Emmanuel Francis (CNRS, CEIAS) will complete his talk about the Tamil manuscripts sent in the 1730s by the Jesuits of the Carnate Mission for the library of the king in Paris. Margherita Trento (CNRS, CEIAS) will...

TST Webinar 6

The sixth TST webinar will take place Tuesday April 27th, 2021, 10-12 AM (CET).   Camillo Formigatti (Bodleian Libraries) will talk about the new schema for cataloguing South Asian manuscripts developed in the framework of FAMOUS (Finding Archives and Manuscripts across Oxford’s Unique Special collections). Emmanuel Francis (CNRS, CEIAS) will...

TST Webinar 1

Since the online TST workshop (September 21st, 2020) was very fruitful and since it is not clear when the TST members will again meet in persons because of the current pandemic, TST has started a series of monthly webinars.

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