Kick-off Workshop, Hamburg, April 2019

TST Kick-off Workshop

CSMC, Hamburg

8-10 April 2019


Monday, 8 April

10:00–10:30 ― Welcome Coffee & Registration

10:30–11:15  ― Eva Wilden & Emmanuel Francis: Introductory Speech

11:15–11:45 Coffee / Tea Break

11:45–12:30 ― Giovanni Ciotti & Marco Franceschini: Some Aspects of the Modular Structure of Colophons in Manuscripts Written in Tamil and Tamilian Grantha Scripts

12:30–14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-14:45 ― Florinda de Simini: The Transmission of the Śivadharma in South India: An overview

14:45–15:30 ― Suganya Anandakichenin & Erin McCann: Tamil and Manipravalam Vaiṣṇava manuscripts at the BNF and Stabi collections

15:30–16:00 Coffee / Tea Break

16:00–16:45 ― Cristina Muru: Persuading and informing: Paratexts, lexicon and argumentative structures in Christian missionary manuscripts

16:45–17:30 ― Margherita Trento: Two groups of Catholic manuscripts in Tamil

Tuesday, 9 April

10:15–11:00 ― Harunaga Isaacson: The Nepalese-German Manuscript Cataloguing Project

11:00–11:30 Coffee / Tea Break

11:30–12:15 Vincenzo Vergiani: The intellectual and religious traditions of South Asia as seen through the Sanskrit manuscript collections of the University Library, Cambridge

12:15–13:00 Jerôme Petit: TST in the history of the Indian manuscripts collection of the BbF

13:00–14:30 Lunch Break

14:30–15:15 Monika Müller: The collection of Palm Leaf Manuscripts in the State and University Library: history and concepts of presentation

15:15–16:00 Karsten Helmholz: the CSMC Scheme

16:00–16:30 Coffee / Tea Break

16:30–17:00 Peter Pasedach: Cataloguing the Indian Manuscripts of Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg

17:00–17:30 Emmanuel Francis and Eva Wilden: Preliminary Work in Paris

17:30–18:00 Discussion of technical procedures: Jean-Luc Chevillard, Karsten Helmholz

Wednesday, 10 April

9:30–10:15 Emmanuel Francis: Stanzas, Imprecations, and Syllabics

10:15–11:00 Ilona Kędzia: Para-textual portions in selected Tamil Siddha medicoalchemical manuscripts

11:00–11:30 Coffee / Tea Break

11:30–12:15 Eva Wilden: The Games of Śiva in the Paris Collection

12:15–13:00 Rajarethinam: Cataloguing of later Akam grammatical treatises, Śaiva Purāṇas, and Folk Ballads

13:00–14:30 Lunch Break

14:30–15:15 Jean-Luc Chevillard: Native and non-native knowledge about Tamil as evidenced by some items in the “Fonds Indien” of the BnF

15:15–16:00 Victor B. D’Avella: The Corpus of Tamil Grammars in the BnF

16:00–16:30 Coffee / Tea Break

16:30–17:30 Discussion and Work Plan

See abstracts here.

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