Octave Julien

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Research interests

I work mainly on French and English late medieval vernacular miscellanies. I study their material form, especially the use of booklets to form a collection, their content, including minor texts or notes added by readers, and what it tells us about the diverse interests of readers. I frequently use quantitative and computational methods (databases, network analysis, lexicometry, etc.). I'm also interested in the history of the book in late medieval Normandy.
Keywords:codicology, cultural history, digital humanities.
Studied area(s):France, United Kingdom.
Studied period:1301-1500

Academic background

Institution(s):Université Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Highest degree: PhD or equivalent.

Related events

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Jun 2018, Scientific meeting: L'analyse des illustrations da, location:
Nov 2017, Scientific meeting: Histoire du livre et pouvoirs de l&, location: Paris