e-codices – Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland

Universitas Friburgensis, a project of the Medieval Institute (in de, in en, in fr, and in it).

The purpose of “e-codices” is to provide access to the medieval codices in Switzerland by creating a virtual library. At the moment, the virtual library contains 333 manuscripts from 16 different libraries. The virtual library will be continuously updated and extended. Last update: 12/09/2008. (Homepage).

Information;
Current sub-projects; Completed sub-projects;
Scholarly Cooperations and Support;
Metadata; Image Master Files;
Selected Press Coverage;
Terms of Use; FAQ;
Address: CESG / e-codices, Rue de l’Hôpital 4, CH-1700 Fribourg, Switzerland;
Contacts.

The Codices electronici Confoederationis Helveticae CeCH Curatorium: E-codices is overseen by the “Codices electronici Confoederationis Helveticae” (CeCH) Curatorium of the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences (SAGW). The Curatorium works to further the digitization of the digitization of medieval manuscript holdings and the application of digitization technologies and techniques for manuscript-based scholarly research in medieval studies.


Members of the Curatorium bring together professional qualifications in the areas of Image and Media Technology, Computing for the Humanities, Book Conservation, Digital Edition Production, and Art History. This curatorium is responsible for coordination with other digitization projects and for the introduction of e-codices to the World-wide Web. CeCH is closely connected with the Curatorium for “Katalogisierung der mittelalterlichen and frühneuzeitlichen Handschriften” (Cataloging Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts). At least one member of CeCH is also a member of this other curatorium.

Members of the CeCH Curatorium:

  • Marie-Christine Doffey, Director, Swiss National Library, Bern;
  • Prof. Dr. Christoph Flüeler, Manuscript Studies, University of Fribourg (Curatorium President);
  • Prof. Dr. Rudolf Gschwind, Imaging and Media Lab (IML), University of Basel;
  • Prof. Dr. Agostino Paravicini Bagliani, President of SISMEL, Florence;
  • Barbara Roth, Ph.D, Manuscript Department Conservator, Library of Geneva;
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Stolz, Institute for German Literary Studies, University of Bern;
  • Martin Strebel, Manuscript Conservator, Atelier Strebel AG, Hunzenschwil;
  • Prof. Dr. Manfred Thaller, Information Services for History and Cultural Studies, University of Cologne;
  • Prof. Dr. Ernst Tremp, Head Librarian, Abbey Library of St. Gall.

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