Lectures by the Project Team

Dr Camillo Formigatti
Different Manuscripts, Different Works, Different Authors, but Always the Same Story: On Textual Re-use in Buddhist Narrative Literature
18-23 August 23, 2014, XVIIth Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, University of Vienna, Vienna

Dr Camillo Formigatti
Practical exercise: manuscripts and XML language
22-27 July 2014, Paper & Pixel International Summer School on Digital Humanities in Indology, Department of Indology & University Library, Tübingen

Dr Camillo Formigatti
The Wicked Spell of Angle Brackets: The Sanskrit Manuscript Project, Cambridge
22-27 July 2014, Paper & Pixel International Summer School on Digital Humanities in Indology, Department of Indology & University Library, Tübingen

Dr Camillo Formigatti
Towards a Cultural History of Nepal in the 14th-17th Centuries: a Malla Renaissance Reloaded
6-7 June 2014, Symposium in Memory of Professor Luciano Petech (1914-2010) on the occasion of the centenary of his birth, Museo Nazionale d’Arte Orientale ‘GIuseppe Tucci’, Rome

Dr Daniele Cuneo and Dr Camillo Formigatti
Academics Squatting in the Library: The Sanskrit Manuscripts Project
9th January 2014, libraries@cambridge 2014 Conference, Cambridge,

Dr Daniele Cuneo and Dr Camillo Formigatti
Digital Dissemination of Sanskrit Manuscripts. The Cambridge University Collections
23rd-27th September 2013, 32nd Deutscher Orientalistentag (DOT), Westfählsche Wilhelms-Universität, Münster

Dr Camillo Formigatti
Towards a Cultural History of Nepal in the 14th-17th Centuries: a Malla Renaissance?
21st–27th July 2013, International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS)  13th Seminar, Ulaanbaatar

Dr Camillo Formigatti
Digitizing and Cataloguing Sanskrit manuscripts at the Cambridge University Library
21st–27th July 2013, International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS)  13th Seminar, Ulaanbaatar

Dr Daniele Cuneo
Commentary as a Codicological Form. Commentary as a Form of Scholarly Discourse
16th-17th May 2013, Commentary Cultures. Technologies of Medieval Reading, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Freie Universität, Berlin

Dr Camillo Formigatti
Buddhist Nepalese Manuscripts in the Cambridge University Library Collections: Towards a Typological Classification
12th-13th April 2013, Buddhist Manuscript Culture: Textuality and Materiality Workshop, Faculty of Asian Middle Eastern Studies, Cambridge

Dr Camillo Formigatti
Horror Vacui in Sanskrit Manuscripts
25th-26th January 2013, Edges, Frames and Frameworks in Manuscripts Workshop,  SFB 950 – Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa / Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg

Dr Daniele Cuneo and Dr Camillo Formigatti
The Sanskrit Manuscripts Project, Cambridge
4th December 2012, Applied Materials: Making Oriental Collections Visible, NACIRA Conference and Annual General Meeting, Needham Research Institute/Cambridge University Library, Cambridge

Dr Camillo Formigatti
From South Asia to Europe and Beyond: Sanskrit Manuscript Catalogues as Mirrors of Scholarship
15th-17th November 2012, Manuscripts in Motion, SFB 950 – Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa / Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC)

Dr Camillo Formigatti
Pañcatantra Deconstructed. On the Nepalese Recension (CUL MS Or. 727), Court Poets and Raiders of the Lost Ur-Text
27th October 2012, Meanings of Moralia. Mirrors for Princes and Ethical Instruction at Court and in Society in Western Asia, Wright Lectures Series 2012, University of Cambridge, Trinity Hall

Dr Camillo Formigatti
The Owls Are Not What They Seem: War and Peace in the Pañcatantra and the Tantrākhyāna
13-15 September 2012, The State and Society at Peace and War in Indian Literature and Art, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw, Warsaw

Dr Daniele Cuneo and Dr Camillo Formigatti
From the Shelves to the Web: Cataloguing Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Digital Era
4-5th September 2012, International Indology Graduate Research Symposium, University of Edinburgh
13th-15th September 2012, The State and Society at Peace and War in Indian Literature and Art, University of Warsaw

Dr Camillo Formigatti
<title type=”alt” xml:lang=”eng”>TEI and cataloging Sanskrit manuscripts</title>
13th–15th June 2012, Coffee Break Conference 3, The Study of Asia: between Antiquity and Modernity, Università di Cagliari

Dr Vincenzo Vergiani, Dr Daniele Cuneo and Dr Camillo Formigatti
The Sanskrit Manuscript Collections of Cambridge University Library
28th May 2012, 2.20pm, rooms 8-9, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Cambridge

Dr Daniele Cuneo and Dr Camillo Formigatti
A Sanskrit Treasure Trove in East Anglia
25th May 2012, STIMW – The Sanskrit Tradition in the Modern World, Manchester University