The Beinecke Library is hosting a series of short articles which promote the vast collection of manuscripts available at Yale. Carson Koepke, PhD student in Medieval Studies, GSAS, Yale University, edits the collection; Raymond Clemens, Curator of Early Books and Manuscripts at Beinecke, is overseeing the project. The aim of the series is as follows: “include items from all areas of the Beinecke’s extensive collections and from diverse linguistic traditions.” The Lab sends its support for Beinecke’s efforts towards increasing transparency and scholarship around manuscript collections. Read more about the program here.
Contributions are available to Yale and other graduate students who have worked closely with the manuscripts at Beinecke Library. If interested in producing a short article for the collection, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to Affiliate Pratima Gopalakrishnan for sharing this information with the Lab.
Link, Beinecke website, Hidden Gems description: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/article/hidden-gems.
Link, Hidden Gems article, Beinecke Coptic MS 13, Ramona Teepe: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/article/beinecke-coptic-ms-13.