Vatican Film Library Releases Latest Issue of 'Manuscripta'
"Manuscripta: A Journal for Manuscript Research," is the library's biannual journal on medieval and Renaissance manuscript studies.
The Vatican Film Library in the University Libraries Special Collections announces the recent publication of the latest issue of its biannual journal on medieval and Renaissance manuscript studies, Manuscripta: A Journal for Manuscript Research.
In publication since 1957, the journal features articles and reviews and welcomes submissions on medieval manuscripts and their texts, manuscript production, paleography, codicology, illumination, library history, catalogues and other subjects. Inquiries should be directed to the editor, Susan L'Engle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Special Collections houses the archival, audio-visual, manuscript and rare book collections of the University Libraries. It collects, preserves and provides access to these materials and offers a laboratory for learning and research that enables students, faculty and visiting scholars to engage directly with unique, rare and original sources. Visit Special Collections online or view the digital collections. Follow department news and activities through its blog "Special Collections Currents" or follow it on Twitter.