University of Toronto - School of Graduate Studies

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Editing Medieval Texts (Collaborative Specialization)

Program Information
Faculty: School of Graduate Studies
Degree: Doctorate
Field of Study: English Language and Literature/Letters, OtherPublishing
Description The Collaborative Program in Editing Medieval Texts offers intensive training in the editing of medieval Latin and vernacular manuscripts, including music. Training in all areas is based on a sound knowledge of Latin, a facility in examining manuscript documents, and an understanding of the principles of editorial method. Students can choose to focus on editing texts in Latin, texts in Old and Middle English, or texts in other vernacular languages. Students in the program complete a series of courses which deal with the techniques of reading, transcribing, and editing manuscripts, and then complete an editorial project, which can be a paper for a course in any of the collaborating departments, and independent publishable project, or the student’s dissertation.
Website: Editing Medieval Texts (Collaborative Specialization) at University of Toronto - School of Graduate Studies
Thesis Based? Yes
Additional Admission Requirements:
    The Collaborative Specialization in Editing Medieval Texts is only available to doctoral students in one of the collaborating departments. Students who wish to be admitted to the collaborative specialization must have passed the Centre for Medieval Studies' Level One Latin examination.

    * We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.

    Last Updated: November 26, 2017