HC MID Devoted to the study of incompletely published primary sources


  • July 17, 2016: MID in Kraków, Poland. Conference notes from faculty advisor Neel Smith: MID in Kraków, Poland, for DH2016HC MID was represented by three en...
  • April 05, 2016: More Fulbright Scholarships for MID members. For the third consecutive year, MID members have won Fulbright Scholarships. Chris Ryan ‘16, who studied in Athens d...
  • March 06, 2016: MID alum at Oxford conference. Nik Churik ‘15 spoke last week at the Oxford University Byzantine Society’s 18th International Graduate Conference, “...

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Regular meeting times in Fall, 2017: Fridays, 2:00-5:00, fourth floor of Fenwick Hall.

Current projects, F’17

In addition to the Homer Multitext project, club members from the following projects will return to campus in the fall semester of 2016:

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Special events

We occasionally host presentations from others, and participate in the program of Digital Classicist New England.

Mission Statement

The aim of the Manuscripts, Inscriptions and Documents Club shall be to further the study of these academic fields: paleography, codicology, epigraphy, as well as the study of languages. We strive for undergraduate inclusion in research.

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