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2012年3月 7日 (水)

アラビア語写本の刊行およびイスラーム写本セミナー@ライデン

オランダの出版社部ブリルが、ライデン大学のアラビア語写本を267点を出版するというニュース、および、ライデン大学でイスラーム写本のセミナーが開催されるというニュースです。オリエンタリストといっても17世紀ですからね、伝統があります。

セミナーの方は参加費750Euroで、宿泊費は別です。この条件で人が集まるのでしょうか。

1. Brill and Leiden University Libraries are proud to present the publication of 110,000 pages of Arabic manuscripts under the title Pioneer Orientalists: The Manuscript Collections of Scaliger, Raphelengius and Golius from Leiden University Libraries.

Leiden University Libraries has a world-famous collection of Middle Eastern Manuscripts. Its core collection consists of volumes brought together by the Leiden Orientalists Joseph Justus Scaliger (d. 1609), and Jacobus Golius (d. 1667). These include extremely rare, sometimes unique, manuscripts. The Golius collection in particular is well-known for its texts on mathematics and other Islamic sciences.

Brill and Leiden University Libraries have joined forces to scan and publish these manuscripts. This not only makes these valuable texts available to a larger community of scholars, it also helps to preserve these manuscripts, 30 of which were restored as part of the project. In total the collection consists of 267 manuscripts in 303 volumes, counting 109,517 pages. Most texts are in Arabic, with secondary texts in Ottoman Turkish and Persian.

Advisor:
Dr. Arnoud Vrolijk, Curator of Oriental Manuscripts and Rare Books at Leiden University Libraries, editor of the Brill book series Islamic Manuscripts and Books, and editor of the Bibliography of Arabic Books Online.

More information: Maurits van den Boogert, email: boogert@brill.nl, phone: + 31 71 5353500, brill.nl/memo

About BRILL (brill.nl) Founded in 1683 in Leiden, the Netherlands, Brill is a leading international academic publisher in the fields of Medieval and Modern History; Biblical and Religious Studies, Ancient Near East and Egypt; Middle East and Islamic Studies; Asian Studies (incl. Hotei and Global Oriental imprints); Classical Studies; Social Sciences; Biology; Human Rights and Public International Law (Nijhoff imprint). In addition, Brill is a major provider of primary source materials online and on microform for researchers in the humanities and social sciences through its imprint IDC Publishers. Brill is a publicly traded company and listed on Euronext Amsterdam NV.

About Leiden University Libraries (www.library.leiden.edu) Leiden University Libraries, the oldest in the Netherlands, is a partner in knowledge, supporting research and teaching. The Libraries’ world famous Special Collections – which include major holdings in Western and Oriental manuscripts, archives and letters, early printed books, photographs, prints, drawings, maps and atlases – are integrated in teaching and research at Leiden University and draw researchers from all over the world. Historically, the Middle Eastern collections form the nucleus of the entire range of Oriental collections of Leiden University Libraries. Early scholars like Josephus Justus Scaliger (1540-1609) left Arabic, Persian and Turkish manuscripts and printed books to the library.

Visit the website at http://brill.nl/memo

2. From May 28 to June 8 the Leiden Institute for the Study of Islam and
Society together with the Sclaliger Institute will organise a workshop on
Arabic, Persian and Turkish manuscripts and other written texts form the
Muslim world. The programme of the workshop is given below and can also be
consulted on the web-site:
http://www.hum.leidenuniv.nl/lucis/actueel/summer-school-oriental-philology.
html
Here you can also find information on the application procedure (deadline
April 1 2012).

The Leiden Institute for the Study of Islam and Society In cooperation with
the Scaliger Institute

Presents
LUCIS-Summer School on Manuscripts from the Muslim world

May 29-June 8 2012
Venue: 'University Library' (Grote vergaderzaal and Collegzaal) in Leiden,
the Netherlands More info about the venue:
http://visitors.leiden.edu/buildings/universiteitsbibliotheek.html

      Leiden University Center for the Study of Islam and Society Summer School of Oriental Philology May 29-June 8 2012 This program is meant for graduate (MA and PhD) students and researchers who have an interest in handwritten materials from the Muslim world. The workshop consists of a series of theoretical lectures and hands-on practice with samples from the world famous manuscript collections of Leiden University
Library.
During the course Leiden specialists will provide theoretical instruction on issues of editing, paleography, conservation and technical aspects of oriental manuscripts, as well as general topics such as literacy and orality and the transmission of knowledge in the Islamic manuscript culture. Using this information, each participant will complete an assignment involving the production of a sample critical edition under the supervision of the instructors. During the course each participant will be given full library privileges in order to access to the Leiden manuscript collection for preparing and carrying out individual research projects. During this course it will be possible to work with Arabic, Persian or Ottoman manuscripts from the Leiden University collection under expert
supervision.

WEEK I
Tuesday 29 may 2012
09.00-09.30 Welcome and introduction to the course
09.30-11.30 Manuscripts and editions: tools and literature - Prof. dr.
P.M. Sijpesteijn
11.30-12.30 Introduction to the library and the use of the catalogue -
Drs. B. Kristiansen
14.00-16.00 Highlights of the Leiden Manuscript Collection - Dr. A.
Vrolijk
Wednesday 30 may 2012
09.30-11.30 Editing Oriental Manuscripts I - Prof. dr. P.M. Sijpesteijn
11.30-12.30 Arabic printed works - Dr. A. Vrolijk
14.00-17.00 Preparation of assignments
Thursday 31 may 2012
09.30-11.30 Editing Oriental Manuscripts II - Prof. dr. P.M. Sijpesteijn
11.30-12.30 Material aspects of Oriental Manuscripts - Drs. K. Scheper
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Friday 1 june 2012
09.30-11.30 Arabic manuscripts from Africa - Drs. D. van Dalen
11.30-12.30 Presentation of chosen manuscripts by students
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
WEEK II
Monday 4 june 2012
09.30-11.30 Editing documents - Prof. dr. P.M. Sijpesteijn
11.30-12.30 Presentation of Arabic documents from the UL - Prof. dr.
P.M. Sijpesteijn
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
tuesday 5june 2012
09.30-11.30 Ottoman manuscripts - Dr. J. Schmidt
11.30-12.30 Presentation of Ottoman manuscripts from the UL- Dr. J.
Schmidt
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Wednesday 6 june 2012
09.30-11.30 The Multiple Lives of Legal Documents in/from Morocco.
Codicology as a Social Science - Prof. dr. L. Buskens
11.30-12.30 Lithographed posters from the Netherlands East Indies - Dr.
N. Kaptein
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Thursday 7 june 2012
09.30-11.30 Persian manuscripts - Dr. G. van den Berg
11.30-12.30 Presentation of Persian manuscripts from the UL
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Friday 8 june 2012
10.00 - Students presentations on editions
Practical information
Language of instruction: English
Costs: Euro 750 (including access to the library)
Costs for accommodation and living expenses are to be provided by the
participants.
For applications (deadline 1 April) and further information, see
http://www.hum.leidenuniv.nl/lucis/actueel/summer-school-oriental-philology.html

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