Wonderful evening at DurhamGreen Palace Library and Durham Castle for the new Durham Residential Research Library DRRL (former Priory Library Recreated)

Another grateful Master Project (EPFL and UC Berkeley) student’s kind words to the ZKS secretary

David Clares EPFL

David Cleres, MSc, here at the Magistrale, EPFL

Dear Mrs. Ronconi,
I am happy to announce to you that I successfully finished my program abroad in the US at UC Berkeley.
I had an outstanding time there, and we want to publish the discoveries that I made. Both of my supervisors were pleased with the work that I performed during my time in the Laboratory. This would not have been the same without the amazing help provided by the Foundation! I will be glad all my life for the provided support since it made my life so much more comfortable during my time in the US.
I also asked my supervisor that EPFL to confirm that I successfully finished my program.
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Thank you once again for the trust and the support.
All the best,
David Cleres

Claudio Leonardi/Zeno Karl Schindler Fellowship for Medieval Latin Studies

The Claudio Leonardi Fellowship of the Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation (www.zenokarlschindler-foundation.ch) for Medieval Latin Studies has been established to support scholarship in Medieval Latin Studies – in particular, research by young scholars – with a grant-in-aid in honour of Claudio Leonardi (1926-2010), founder and first President of the Società Internazionale per lo Studio del Medioevo Latino (S.I.S.M.E.L., Florence).

Source: Claudio Leonardi/Zeno Karl Schindler Fellowship for Medieval Latin Studies

Our latest research fellow, Graziana Ciola – Durham Priory Library Recreated; latest ZKS/Lendrum fellow Graziana Cioli 

Hello, everyone! I am currently the Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation/Lendrum post-doctoral fellow for the Durham Priory Library Project. I am a historian of medieval logic and philosophy. I specialis…

Source: Our latest research fellow, Graziana Ciola – Durham Priory Library Recreated

e-codices – Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland

The goal of e-codices is to provide free access to all medieval and a selection of modern manuscripts of Switzerland by means of a virtual library. On the e-codices site, complete digital reproductions of the manuscripts are linked with corresponding scholarly descriptions.

Source: e-codices – Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland