Bernardo S. Hinojosa

Bernardo S. Hinojosa

b.hinojosa@berkeley.edu


Professional Statement

I study the literature and religious thought of late medieval England, as well as their afterlives and transformations in the sixteenth century. My particular interests include manuscripts and early print, the history of information, and the intersections between science, technology, and poetics. Beyond 1600, I have a fledgling fascination with the theory and practice of 20th century cybernetics and 21st century data science.



Specialties

Selected Publications and Papers Delivered

"The Atomic Rubrication of Cambridge, University Library, Kk.vi.26." 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies. Western Michigan University. May 2017.

"Julian in Norwich: Architecture and Authority in A Revelation of Love." Medieval Art & Architecture in East Anglia Symposium. University of East Anglia. May 2016.

"Theologizing the Mise-en-page of Cambridge, University Library, Kk.vi.26." Approaching the Medieval. University of Cambridge. May 2016.

"The Speculum Christiani and the Limits of Verse." Discipline and Excess: A Graduate and Early Career Conference. University of Cambridge. April 2016.

"The Cathedral and the Anchorhold: Sacred Spaces in Julian of Norwich's A Revelation of Love." Public lecture. Julian Week 2015. Julian Centre, Norwich, UK. May 2015.

"Of Phlegm, Wine, and Yellow Bile: Drunkenness and Humoralism in the Old English Judith." The Tenth Annual Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium. Columbia University. May 2014.

 



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