‘The Wissembourg Priscian Glosses: Expectations and Preliminary Results’, Online Workshop “Editing Glosses in the 21th century”, Universität Graz 5.5.2023

‘Commented Editions of the Bible from Carolingian Europe: Features, Functions and Spread’, International Conference “Collecting — Presenting — Studying — Transmitting: Scriptural Interpretations of Early Christian Authors in Old Catenae Manuscripts and New Databases”, Universität Wien, 23-25.3.2023

‘Collecting Knowledge at Bobbio. Peoples and Space in a Late Carolingian Glossary’, Workshop “Ethnonyms and the order of space in the Frankish Realms (6th-9th c.)”, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Wien, 4.11.2022

‘Otfrids Evangelienexegese auf Latein’, Workshop “Otfrids Lesekreis”, Neustadt an der Weinstrasse (DE), 22.–23.9.2022

‘Tradition in der Innovation. Die Randglossierung der Handschrift St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 27 als Quelle von Notkers Psalmenwerk’, Internationale Tagung “Notker der Deutsche von St. Gallen, 28. Juni-1. Juli 2022”, St. Gallen, 1.7.2022

‘Introduction’ and ‘The Wissembourg Priscian Glosses. Towards a Digital Edition’ (mit Thomas Klampfl), International Conference “Margins at the Centre – Practices of Annotation. Scholarly Networks, Teachers and Audiences in Ninth-Century East Francia”, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, 23.-24.5.2022

‘On the spread of commented editions of the Bible in Carolingian Europe: actors and paths’, Conference “Global Eurasia 3: Wanderungen des Wissens und Transformationen von Wissensräumen”, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Wien, 29.4.2022

‘Glossing the Prophets at St. Gall. First Observations on the MS St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 41’, Final Meeting of the Project “L’experience exégétique au Moyen Âge et durant la première modernité - LEGETIMAM”, Paris, 7.4.2022

‘The study of Latin in the East Frankish Realm. Multilingual glosses on Priscian’s Ars Grammatica and their digital edition’, International Symposion in Honour of Walter Pohl: “Golden Years for the Dark Ages. The Transformation of Early Medieval Studies since ca. 1980”, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Wien, 25.3.2022

The Study of Paul’s Letters in Fulda around 800: The fragment St. Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. 1395, pp. 440-441’, Virtual Conference “From Fragment to Whole. Interpreting Medieval Manuscript Fragments”, Centre for Medieval Studies, Bristol (UK), 16.09.2021.

‘The Holy Bible and its Anonymous Explanations: on the Spread of this Combination in the Carolingian Era’, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 06.07.2021.

‘Margins at the Centre: Inhalte und Ziele eines neuen Forschungsprojekts’,  Forum Millennium, Wien, 07.05.2021 (

‘In the margin: forms and uses of biblical annotations from the East Frankish Realm’, Fourth (virtual) Meeting of the Project “L’experience exégétique au Moyen Âge et durant la première modernité” – “La materialité des commentaires”, Paris, 27.03.2021.

Blog entries

“The importance of being marginal” in the Historical Identity Research Blog (15 May 2021):


‘A Carolingian ‘Reform of Education’? The Reception of Alcuin’s Pedagogy’, co-authored with Giorgia Vocino, in Arthur Westwell, Ingrid Rembold, Carine van Rhijn (eds)., “Rethinking the Carolingian reforms” (Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2023), pp. 96-140. DOI: 10.7765/9781526149565.00010

‘Commented editions of the Bible in Carolingian Europe and Otfrid’s approach to the Book of Isaiah’, in: Anna Dorofeeva/Michael Kelly (eds.), “Practices of Knowledge Selection in Early Medieval Manuscripts”, (Gracchi Books) (forthcoming; accepted: 20.06.2021).

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