1st eFontes workshops (2019)

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Representativeness: species and functions

Krakow, December 12-13, 2019

During the 1st Expert Workshop of the eFontes project, experienced researchers and publishers of texts - historians and philologists - will help us answer the question of how the corpus may reflect the genre diversity of Polish Latin literature. Young scientists will present their research and discuss it.

Workshop program

Detailed program of the workshops

Abstracts of papers and profiles of Speakers can be found at: workshop program

Day 1 (December 12)

The first day of the session will open with papers presenting the problem of representativeness in the corpus of Medieval Latin (Dr. Krzysztof Nowak) and of the Polish language of the 17th-18th centuries (Prof. Włodzimierz Gruszczyński, Dr. Dorota Adamiec). Subsequent presentations will be devoted to the characteristics of medieval scientific production, including treatises on music theory (Prof. Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba), astronomy (Dr. Agnieszka Maciąg-Fiedler), philosophy (Dr. Monika Mansfeld) and mnemonics (Dr. Rafał Wójcik) ).

The first day of the session will end with a session of young researchers devoted to historiography - the work of Gala Anonym (mgr Norbert Gołdys) and Jan Długosz (mgr Zdzisław Koczarski, mgr Iwona Krawczyk).

II day (December 13)

We will start the second day of the session with a session of young researchers devoted to hagiography (Michał Kulpa, MA) and liturgical literature (Łukasz Halida, MA). Experienced researchers will then present the state of research on the Latin sermon in Poland (Prof. Krzysztof Bracha), on the pragmatic production of the University of Krakow (Dr. Maciej Zdanek) and the city on the example of Krakow (Dr. Marcin Starzyński), as well as the status of legal texts (Dr. Maciej Mikuła, PhD).

We will end the second day with a look ... to the future, towards the next edition of the workshops, thanks to the workshops devoted to the presence of the Polish language in the medieval Latin text (Dr. Anna Ledzińska) and Latin in the Polish language in the 17th and 18th centuries (Dr. Renata Bronikowska, MA Katarzyna Kryńska).

Why are we meeting?

Every year we organize meetings to deepen ours knowledge of differentiation Latin literature of medieval Poland and discuss the most important specialists aspects of corpus formation Polish Medieval Latin. The meetings will also be an opportunity to present the project itself and learn about the expectations of the environment.

This year the workshop's motto will be Representativeness: species and functions: we would like to reflect on the genre and functional diversity of Latin writings in medieval Poland.

What is "representativeness" and why does it matter to us?

In the field of representative linguistics, the name of a corpus which has the ambition to reflect the linguistic production of a given epoch, and the proportions of texts contained therein should, as far as possible, reproduce the diversity of functions and genres of writing. Thanks to a structure such as a representative sample in a survey research gives insight into the moods or views of the population, such a representative corpus should allow for empirical research on the language and culture of the Middle Ages.

Why is it so difficult to find a representative body?

In the historical corpus, problems are caused by the state of preservation and publication of Polish medieval monuments. Many works have not survived to our times, and the surviving ones are often still unpublished. This, in turn, means that some of the genres of literature are not, and most likely will not be, properly represented in the corpus for a long time. A completely separate issue is the quality of the existing editions and the issue of copyright.

However, the most serious challenge for the authors of the corpus is the very richness and diversity of Polish Latin literature.

How can I participate in the workshop?

Participation in the workshops is free. However, we kindly ask you for confirmation of willingness to participate via the form available on the website: subscription form.
Thanks to this, we will be able to inform the building security about your visit and print an appropriate number of information materials.

Conference mini-grants

Thanks to the project's financial resources, we can cover the costs of participation in our workshops four researchers (including doctoral students) from outside Krakow who are particularly interested in their issues. We inform about who can apply for the minigrant on the website: conference mini-grants.

Where and when do we meet?

[: pl] The workshop will be held in Krakow on December 12-13, 2019. We meet in the conference room of the Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences (1st floor). The seat of the Institute is located at al. Mickiewicza 31.

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[: en] The workshop will be held in Krakow on December 12-13, 2019. We meet in the conference room of the Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences (1st floor). The seat of the Institute is located at al. Mickiewicza 31.

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Who we are?

The workshop is organized by the team Electronic corpsu Polish Medieval Latin (coordinator: Krzysztof Nowak). The project has been running since 2018.

 

Electronic body arises in Medieval Latin Studio Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences. In the studio, among others, Dictionary of Polish Medieval Latin, and research projects are also carried out, incl. Długosz 2.0. The Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences is one of the most important centers of linguistic research in Poland and the largest "supplier" of academic dictionaries of the Polish and Medieval Latin.

 

We can organize the workshops thanks to the support of the National Program for the Development of Humanities.

 


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Representativeness: species and functions

Krakow, December 12-13, 2019

During the 1st Expert Workshop of the eFontes project, experienced researchers and publishers of texts - historians and philologists - will help us answer the question of how the corpus may reflect the genre diversity of Polish Latin literature. Young scientists will present their research and discuss it.

Workshop program

Detailed program of the workshops

Abstracts of papers and profiles of Speakers can be found at: workshop program

Day 1 (December 12)

The first day of the session will open with papers presenting the problem of representativeness in the corpus of Medieval Latin (Dr. Krzysztof Nowak) and of the Polish language of the 17th-18th centuries (Prof. Włodzimierz Gruszczyński, Dr. Dorota Adamiec). Subsequent presentations will be devoted to the characteristics of medieval scientific production, including treatises on music theory (Prof. Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba), astronomy (Dr. Agnieszka Maciąg-Fiedler), philosophy (Dr. Monika Mansfeld) and mnemonics (Dr. Rafał Wójcik) ).

The first day of the session will end with a session of young researchers devoted to historiography - the work of Gala Anonym (mgr Norbert Gołdys) and Jan Długosz (mgr Zdzisław Koczarski, mgr Iwona Krawczyk).

II day (December 13)

We will start the second day of the session with a session of young researchers devoted to hagiography (Michał Kulpa, MA) and liturgical literature (Łukasz Halida, MA). Experienced researchers will then present the state of research on the Latin sermon in Poland (Prof. Krzysztof Bracha), on the pragmatic production of the University of Krakow (Dr. Maciej Zdanek) and the city on the example of Krakow (Dr. Marcin Starzyński), as well as the status of legal texts (Dr. Maciej Mikuła, PhD).

We will end the second day with a look ... to the future, towards the next edition of the workshops, thanks to the workshops devoted to the presence of the Polish language in the medieval Latin text (Dr. Anna Ledzińska) and Latin in the Polish language in the 17th and 18th centuries (Dr. Renata Bronikowska, MA Katarzyna Kryńska).

Why are we meeting?

Every year we organize meetings to deepen ours knowledge of differentiation Latin literature of medieval Poland and discuss the most important specialists aspects of corpus formation Polish Medieval Latin. The meetings will also be an opportunity to present the project itself and learn about the expectations of the environment.

This year the workshop's motto will be Representativeness: species and functions: we would like to reflect on the genre and functional diversity of Latin writings in medieval Poland.

What is "representativeness" and why does it matter to us?

In the field of representative linguistics, the name of a corpus which has the ambition to reflect the linguistic production of a given epoch, and the proportions of texts contained therein should, as far as possible, reproduce the diversity of functions and genres of writing. Thanks to a structure such as a representative sample in a survey research gives insight into the moods or views of the population, such a representative corpus should allow for empirical research on the language and culture of the Middle Ages.

Why is it so difficult to find a representative body?

In the historical corpus, problems are caused by the state of preservation and publication of Polish medieval monuments. Many works have not survived to our times, and the surviving ones are often still unpublished. This, in turn, means that some of the genres of literature are not, and most likely will not be, properly represented in the corpus for a long time. A completely separate issue is the quality of the existing editions and the issue of copyright.

However, the most serious challenge for the authors of the corpus is the very richness and diversity of Polish Latin literature.

How can I participate in the workshop?

Participation in the workshops is free. However, we kindly ask you for confirmation of willingness to participate via the form available on the website: subscription form.
Thanks to this, we will be able to inform the building security about your visit and print an appropriate number of information materials.

Conference mini-grants

Thanks to the project's financial resources, we can cover the costs of participation in our workshops four researchers (including doctoral students) from outside Krakow who are particularly interested in their issues. We inform about who can apply for the minigrant on the website: conference mini-grants.

Where and when do we meet?

[: pl] The workshop will be held in Krakow on December 12-13, 2019. We meet in the conference room of the Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences (1st floor). The seat of the Institute is located at al. Mickiewicza 31.

Full map

Drive

The stops of Plac Inwalidów and Batory are closest to the Institute. You can plan your trip, for example, using the app When I arrive.
[: en] The workshop will be held in Krakow on December 12-13, 2019. We meet in the conference room of the Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences (1st floor). The seat of the Institute is located at al. Mickiewicza 31.

See full screen

Drive

The stops of Plac Inwalidów and Batory are closest to the Institute. You can plan your trip, for example, using the app When I arrive.
[:]

Who we are?

The workshop is organized by the team Electronic corpsu Polish Medieval Latin (coordinator: Krzysztof Nowak). The project has been running since 2018.

 

Electronic body arises in Medieval Latin Studio Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences. In the studio, among others, Dictionary of Polish Medieval Latin, and research projects are also carried out, incl. Długosz 2.0. The Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences is one of the most important centers of linguistic research in Poland and the largest "supplier" of academic dictionaries of the Polish and Medieval Latin.

 

We can organize the workshops thanks to the support of the National Program for the Development of Humanities.

 

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Hourly Schedule

First day

13:00 - 13:15
Opening of the first day of the workshop
13:15 - 13:45
Representativeness of the historical corpus and project presentation
Speakers:
Krzysztof Nowak
13:45 - 14:15
Representativeness and sustainability - how to implement these assumptions when creating a historical corpus? (based on the experience of working on the Baroque Corps)
Speakers:
Dorota Adamiec, Włodzimierz Gruszczyński
14:15 - 14:30
Discussion
14:30 - 14:45
Coffee break
14:45 - 15:15
Theoretical and musical texts in Polish collections. Status of documentation and editorial work
Speakers:
Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba
15:15 - 15:45
Coelum est corpus simplex… About pre-Copernican astronomical writings by Polish authors
Speakers:
Agnieszka Maciąg-Fiedler
15:45 - 16:00
Discussion
16:00 - 16:15
Coffee break
16:15 - 16:45
Philosophical texts in the Medieval Latin Corpus in Poland
Speakers:
Monika Mansfeld
16:45 - 17:15
Mnemotechnical treaties from the 15th and 16th centuries, created in Poland. The state of the art and a few words about technical mnemonic vocabulary
Speakers:
Rafał Wójcik
17:15 - 17:30
Discussion
17:30 - 17:45
Coffee break
17:45 - 18:15
Polish Medieval Sermon Studies. Sources, research, editions, perspectives.
Speakers:
Krzysztof Bracha
18:15 - 18:35
Polish medieval hagiographic texts about St. Wojciech. Why do we (almost) know nothing about them?
Speakers:
Michał Kulpa
18:35 - 18:55
Liturgy in Polish medieval sources: a genre and content review
Speakers:
Łukasz Halida
18:55 - 19:15
Discussion
19:15 - 19:30
Summary of the first day of the workshop
Speakers:
Michał Rzepiela

2nd day

9:00 - 9:20
09:00 - 09:20 Ambiguity of the typology of medieval sources on the example of "Chronicle" by Gall Anonymus
Speakers:
Norbert Gołdys
9:20 - 9:40
Presentation of the project "Długosz 2.0"
Speakers:
Iwona Krawczyk, Michał Rzepiela, Zdzisław Koczarski
9:40 - 9:55
Discussion
9:55 - 10:10
Coffee break
10:10 - 10:40
The issue of the corpus of medieval and early modern epigraphy in Poland. The state of research and editing, theoretical conditions and the need for their revision
Speakers:
Marek Janicki
10:40 - 11:10
Pragmatic literature in the circle of the University of Krakow (15th-18th centuries). Texts, research status, editions
Speakers:
Maciej Zdanek
11:10 - 11:25
Discussion
11:25 - 11:40
Coffee break
11:40 - 12:45
Lunch
12:45 - 13:15
Corpus of sources of medieval Polish law - is there a universal key for electronic edition?
Speakers:
Maciej Mikuła
3:15 - 13:45
Pragmatic literature in the city on the example of Krakow
Speakers:
Marcin Starzyński
13:45 - 14:00
Discussion
4:00 - 14:15
Coffee break
14:15 - 14:45
Polish in Latin text *
Speakers:
Anna Ledzińska
14:45 - 15:15
Latin in KorB - what will a Latinist find interesting in a corpus of Polish baroque texts?
Speakers:
Katarzyna Kryńska, Renata Bronikowska
15:15 - 15:30
Discussion
15:30 - 16:00
Summary of the 2nd day
Speakers:
Krzysztof Nowak
Krzysztof Nowak
dr
[: pl] Classical philologist (Jagiellonian University), employee of the Medieval Latin Studio of the Institute of Polish Studies at the Polish Academy of Sciences. EFontes project manager. [:]
Dorota Adamiec
dr
[: pl] Research interests: historical lexicography, historical semantics, corpus linguistics [:]
Włodzimierz Gruszczyński
prof. dr hab.
[: pl] Research interests: historical lexicography, computational linguistics, corpus linguistics [:]
Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba
prof. dr hab.
[: pl] Elżbieta Witkowska-Zaremba, professor at the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences, musicology and classical philology. The research area covers Latin music theory with particular emphasis on the late Middle Ages and Central Europe. Author of editions of treaties, incl. Jerzy Liban of Legnica, Sebastian of Felsztyn, Marcin Kromer, Johannes de Muris (Musica speculativa, 1323) and a group of treatises belonging to the tradition of Johannes Hollandrin. [:]
Agnieszka Maciąg-Fiedler
dr hab.
[: pl] I am a classical philologist, lexicographer and medievalist, author of articles in the Dictionary of Medieval Latin in Poland. I am interested in the development of medieval science and culture, in particular the shaping of technical terminology, its synonymity and functioning in various contexts. I took part in the Fontes mediae et infimae Latinitatis Polonorum project. Electronic corpus of Latin in Polish lands (1000-1550). My book Astrorum divina ars et scientia was also based on the corpus. Astronomical vocabulary in Latin writings of Polish authors of the Middle Ages. For many years I have been working as a philological consultant and proofreader of the Latin text in the editions of court books, incl. Księgi Ziemska krakowskiej 2, 1394-1397 (published by W. Bukowski, M. Zdanek, Warsaw 2012, next volume in preparation), in the project Town and land files from the area of the former provinces of Krakow and Sandomierz. Critical edition of court books from the 14th-15th century (2015 - 2019), head: prof. dr hab. Jan Wroniszewski. [:]
Monika Mansfeld
dr
[: pl] Assistant professor at the Department of Ethics at the University of Lodz. A graduate of the University of Silesia in the fields of philosophy and classical philology. For many years he has been conducting research on the history of medieval philosophy. Author of critical editions of late medieval philosophical texts by both Polish authors (including Benedykt Hesse, Paweł of Pyskowice, anonymous commentary on the "Category" preserved in the BJ 1941 manuscript) and foreign authors (including Jan Burydan, Walter Burley, Marsilius of Inghen) ). [:]
Rafał Wójcik
dr hab., University Library, Uniwersytet im. A. Mickiewicz in Poznań
[: pl] Librarian (Department of Special Collections, BU in Poznań), medievalist, publisher of old texts. His research interests revolve around the history of the art of memory, the oldest Polish apocrypha and their dependence on Latin sources, old autobiographical notes in printed 15th and 16th century almanacs and ephemeris, and the history of books and libraries in the former Polish and institutional throughout history). Major publications (including critical or facsimilia editions): Lucie Doležalová, Farkas Gábor Kiss, Rafał Wójcik, The art of memory in late medieval Central Europe (Czech Lands, Hungary, Poland), ed. by Farkas Gábor Kiss, Budapest-Paris, L'Harmattan, 2016. The prayer book of Sigismund I the Old. Facsimile, introduction Rafał Wójcik, edited by Katarzyna Krzak-Weiss, Rafał Wójcik, Wiesław Wydra, Poznań, Poznań Polish Studies Publishing House, 2016. Libri Precationum Illuminati Poloniae Veteris series. Facsimilia. Queen Bona's Prayer Book 1521-1527, introduction Rafał Wójcik, edited by Katarzyna Krzak-Weiss, Rafał Wójcik, Wiesław Wydra, Poznań, Poznań Polish Studies Publishing House, 2016. Libri Precationum Illuminati Poloniae Veteris series. Facsimilia. Baltazar Opec. The Life of Lord Jesus Krysta, edited and edited by Wiesław Wydra and Rafał Wójcik, Iconographic Introduction Katarzyna Krzak-Weiss, Poznań, UAM Scientific Publishing House, 2014. “Opusculum de arte memorativa” by Jan Szklarek. Bernardine mnemonic treatise of 1504. Poznań, Poznań Polonist Studies & University Library Publishing House, 2006. [:]
Krzysztof Bracha
prof. dr hab.
[: pl] Medieval historian, b. June 7, 1959 in Wrocław. Professor at the Institute of History of Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce in the Department of Medieval History, from 2008 prof. the so-called at the Institute of History Tadeusz Manteuffel of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw at the Department of Source Research and Editing. Member: Medieval Sermon Studies Society, Polish Section of the Commission Internationale d'Histoire et des Études sur le Christianisme at the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in Krakow, Heidelberg Alumni International. Scholarship holder in Heidelberg, Mainz, Rome, Paris, Würzburg. Research interests: medieval culture; popular religiosity of the Polish and European Middle Ages (pilgrimage cults and customs, witchcraft, Slavic and German folk demonology); the Inquisition in Heidelberg in the 15th century; late medieval preaching; editing of Latin medieval sources; medieval cultural heritage of the Benedictine abbey on the Holy Cross. Author of the books: Theolog, devil and superstitions. Certificate of the treaty of Mikołaj Magnia of Jawor De superstitionibus (1405), Warsaw 1999, pp. 267; Des Teufels Lug und Trug. Nikolaus Magni von Jauer: Ein Reformtheologe des Spätmittelalters gegen Aberglaube und Götzendienst, Dettelbach 2013 (Quellen und Forschungen zur Europäischen Ethnologie, hrsg. Von Dieter Harmening, Bd. XXV), pp. 272; Preaching in late medieval Poland. Sermones dominicales et festivales from the so-called the collection of Piotr Miłosław, Kielce 2007, pp. 524; Casus pulchri de vitandis erroribus conscientiae purae. Case reports of Krakow canonists and theologians from the 15th century, Warsaw 2013, pp. 182; Scripture-word-sacrum. Four studies on the history of religious culture in late-medieval Poland (together with M. Leńczuk). (Studia Staropolskie. Series nova, vol. ... Warsaw) [in press]. [:]
Michał Kulpa
mgr
[: pl] Michał Kulpa graduated from history studies at the Jagiellonian University in 2017. Currently under the supervision of dr hab. Wojciech Drelicharz writes his doctoral dissertation - a source study of Polish late-medieval hagiography of St. Wojciech. Annotator in the e-Fontes project since 2018. Research interests: source studies, medieval Polish hagiography, works of Jan of Dąbrówka and Jan Długosz, genealogical chronicles. [:]
Łukasz Halida
mgr
[: pl] Studies in classical philology completed in 2016 (Jagiellonian University). Since 2018, he has been a PhD student in the project "Electronic corpus of Polish medieval Latin. Continuation of work" at the Medieval Latin Laboratory of IJP PAN. Research interests: semantics, terminology, Latin church lexis in Polish medieval sources, history and theology of liturgy. [:]
Michał Rzepiela
dr hab., prof. IJP PAN
Norbert Gołdys
mgr
[: pl] A graduate of the Institute of History at the University of Warsaw and the winner of the Diamond Grant in 2013-2017. Currently, he is an associate in the Workshop of the History of the Polish Language in the 17th and 18th centuries at the Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences. His area of interest is the culture of medieval Poland, especially in the 11th-13th centuries, in the European context, with particular emphasis on the history of the Church and the role of knighthood in contemporary society. In the literary field, the researcher focuses particular attention on the narrative and structural analysis of the content of works and on the intellectual formation of their authors. [:]
Iwona Krawczyk
mgr
Zdzisław Koczarski
mgr
Marek Janicki
dr hab.
Maciej Zdanek
dr hab.
[: pl] Born in 1975 in Jędrzejów, he graduated from the Faculty of History of the Jagiellonian University (1999) and obtained his doctorate (2004) and postdoctoral degree (2019) there. Student of prof. Krzysztof Ozog. In 2005-2009, he was employed in the Laboratory of the Historical and Geographical Dictionary of Małopolska in the Middle Ages of the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Since 2009, at the Archives of the Jagiellonian University in the Department of History Research of the Jagiellonian University. Research interests include the history of orders in medieval and early modern Poland, especially the Cistercians and Dominicans, the history of the University of Krakow in the Old Polish era, as well as source studies and editing of historical sources. Author of two books (Schools and studies of the Kraków Dominicans in the Middle Ages, 2005; the University of Kraków towards its own past in the 15th-16th centuries, 2017), over 150 articles, dictionary entries and reviews, as well as co-author and editor of catalogs and source publications. In the field of source editing, the most important works are the edition of the Krakow land register 2: 1389-1397 (together with W. Bukowski), mirakulów św Jacek (together with Anna Zajchowska), the act of the Polish Dominican Province from 1338. The editorial work currently underway includes the following sources: the Kraków Land Book 1c: 1389-1398 (together with F. Sikora); the second volume of the rector's court files for the years 1536-1580 (issued by S. Estreicher at the choice); diary of professor Mikołaj of Szadek for the years 1557-1564; fragment of the 15th-16th century record of the Philosophers' Dormitory of the University of Krakow, preserved in a 17th-century copy. [:]
Maciej Mikuła
dr hab.
[: pl] A graduate of law and history of the Jagiellonian University. PhD in the history of law 2012, habilitation in the field of legal sciences 2018. Author of numerous publications in Polish, English, German and French, including editions of legal and historical sources: Liber Vetustissimus Gorlicensis. Das älteste Görlitzer Stadtbuch. The oldest city book of Zgorzelec. 1305–1416 (1423), part I, edited by Krzysztof Fokt, Christian Speer, Maciej Mikuła, Kraków 2017 [Fontes Iuris Polonici, series: municipal law, vol. 5] Criminal books of the city of Kraków from 1630-1633, 1679-1690, comp. and ed. W. Uruszczak, M. Mikuła, K. Fokt, Kraków 2016 [Fontes Iuris Polonici, series: municipal law, vol. 4] Criminal book of the city of Kraków from 1589-1604, ed. and ed. W. Uruszczak, M. Mikuła, K. Fokt, A. Karabowicz, Kraków 2016 [Fontes Iuris Polonici, series: municipal law, vol. 3] Criminal book of the city of Dobczyce 1699-1737, ed. and ed. M. Mikuła, Kraków 2013 [Fontes Iuris Polonici, series: municipal law, vol. 2] Criminal book of the city of Kraków from 1554-1625, ed. and ed. W. Uruszczak, M. Mikuła, A. Karabowicz, Krakow 2013 [Fontes Iuris Polonici, series: municipal law] [:]
Marcin Starzyński
dr hab., prof. Of the Jagiellonian University
[: pl] Dr hab. Marcin Starzyński, prof. Jagiellonian University, historian-medievalist, works at the Institute of History of the Jagiellonian University in the Department of Auxiliary Sciences in History, doctorate (2009), habilitation (2016). His research interests include the socio-economic history of the Polish Middle Ages, with particular emphasis on the history of towns and bourgeoisie, the history of the Church in medieval Poland, especially the history of religious orders, and the classical canon of auxiliary sciences of history (diplomats, heraldry, sphragistics). The output to date consists of over 170 printed items, including monographs (5 author's and 1 co-author), source publications (6 author's and 2 co-authored), edited works (magazines, multi-author monographs, study choices - 19), articles (including 25 in English, French, Lithuanian, German and Italian), reviews and more. The following monographs can be mentioned: Das mittelalterliche Krakau. Der Stadtrat im Herrschaftsgefüge der polnischen Metropole (Köln-Wien-Weimar 2015), Medieval Kazimierz, its system and office (Krakow 2015), Collegium Minus (Krakow 2015, with Dariusz Niemcem), source publications: Jan Heydeke, Census civitatis conscripti. 1500 Census of the City of Krakow's Income. From the collection of the State Archives in Krakow (Krakow 2009), Mobilia. Inventories of movable property of Kraków burghers until the end of the 15th century (Kraków 2017), Corpus epistolarum Ioannis de Capistrano. Epistolae annis MCDLI – MCDLVI scriptae quae ad res gestas Poloniae et Silesiae spectant (Varsaviae-Lublini 2018, with Paweł Kras, Halina Manikowska and Anna Zajchowska-Bołtromiuk), from the editorial work of a total of 11 volumes of studies on the history of the Cistercian Order (journal and publishing series " Cistercium Mater Nostra. Studia et documenta ”) and articles: Il re, il vescovo ed il predicatore. Giovanni da Capestrano a Cracovia 1453–1454 (Archivum Franciscanum Historicum, 2011), Le culte de saint Bernardin de Sienne en Pologne médiévale dans l'optique du Liber miraculorum sancti Bernardini de Conrad de Freystadt (Études franciscaines, 2014, with Anna Zajchowska), Last Tribute to the King. The Funeral Ceremony of the Polish King Kazimierz the Jagiellon (1492) in the Light of an Unknown Description (Viator, 2014), Collegium desertum - unfinished university foundation of Kazimierz Wielki (Roczniki Historyczne, 2016), The Oldest Hebrew Document in Poland (1485) and its Translations (Scripta Judaica Cracoviensia, 2017) and others. [:]
Anna Ledzińska
dr
[: pl] Medievalist and Latinist, assistant professor at the Medieval Latin Laboratory of the Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences. He deals with historical semantics within the Latin axiological vocabulary, as well as with phenomena occurring at the meeting point of Polish and Latin in the Middle Ages. She is one of the authors of the entries in the Dictionary of Medieval Latin in Poland, she participated in the projects Electronic Dictionary of Medieval Latin in Poland and Electronic Corpus of Medieval Latin in Poland (first stage). He also deals with the editing of medieval texts (sermons, legal texts, catalogs, moral treatises and philosophical texts). [:]
Katarzyna Kryńska
mgr
[: pl] Classical philologist, assistant lecturer at the Polish Language History Laboratory in the 17th and 18th centuries at the Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, PhD student at the Institute of Classical Philology of the University of Warsaw. He is preparing a doctoral dissertation on 17th-century treatises on comets. He is interested in the history of astronomy, especially the image of the sky in ancient sources. He participates in the work on the creation of the "Electronic Corps of Polish Texts of the 17th and 18th Centuries (until 1772)" and the "Electronic Dictionary of the Polish Language of the 17th and 18th Centuries". [:]
Renata Bronikowska
dr
[: pl] Linguist, assistant professor in the Laboratory of the History of Polish Language in the 17th and 18th centuries of the Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences. She is interested in issues related to the semantics of linguistic expressions in synchronic and diachronic terms. He conducts research on syntactic constructs with a predicate in the form of a feminine adjective characteristic of the old Polish language. He participates in the work on the creation of the "Electronic Corps of Polish Texts of the 17th and 18th Centuries (until 1772)" and the "Electronic Dictionary of the Polish Language of the 17th and 18th Centuries". [:]

Date

Dec 12 - 13 2019
Expired!

Time

13:00 - 16:00

Location

Institute of Polish Language of the Polish Academy of Sciences
al. Mickiewicza 31, 31-120 Krakow
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