medieval illustration of Walther von der Vogelweide from the Codex Manesse manuscript, showing him contemplating his poetry; with the hand-drawn addition of a thought bubble containing binary code

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The Coding Codices podcast launched in January 2021. Our first season features conversations with Giulio Menna & Marjolein de Vos (about the Sexy Codicology project and the DMMapp), Lisa Fagin Davis (about the scribes of the Voynich Manuscript), Lucy Hinnie (about digitizing the Bannatyne Manuscript), Elisa Cugliana (about creating a digital scholarly edition of Marco Polo’s travel report), Dorothy Kim (about global medieval DH), and Matthew Kirschenbaum & Eric Ensley (about materiality and digital archives).

Coding Codices will return in September 2021 with a new season! New episodes are typically posted on the first Friday of every month. In the meantime, you can also listen to our special introductory episode.

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