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Scholarly Resources

A self-registration system has now been added to enable scholars and students to access the project’s electronic resources. These include detailed codicological descriptions of MSS of the English pseudo-Bonaventuran tradition and exhaustive critical surveys of each text’s literary and theological perspectives.

Registration enables users to interact with the project’s materials by annotating fields in the MS descriptions or textual surveys. Users can register here but must provide an URL detailing their academic credentials in order to reduce spam. Students should provide the URL for their institution, their supervisor or their dedicated homepage on their institution’s website.

Please note that the resources are still in a test phase and remain incomplete or pending revision in some instances.

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