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DMLBS in the Media

A selection of links to places in the media where the DMLBS has been featured

 

DMLBS in the Media

A selection of links to places in the media where the DMLBS has been featured

16 Feb 2015 – Mainichi

Medieval Latin dictionary project bears fruit after a century of toil

1 Sept 2014 – la Repubblica.it

Il dizionario lungo un secolo dalla A alla Z in latino medievale

Una lentopedia nell'era di Wikipedia

1 Sept 2014 – BBC Oxford

Richard Ashdowne talks to Malcolm Boyden about the completion of the project.

1 Sept 2014 – BBC World Service

Richard Ashdowne talks to Newsday about the completion of the project.

1 Sept 2014 – Oxford University website

Matt Pickles, ‘101 year project comes to an end

31 August 2014 – BBC News website

Sean Coughlan, ‘Dictionary reaches final definition after a century

April 2014 – Oxford Today, Trinity Term 2014, p. 10

The Oxford alumni magazine reports the completion of the DMLBS

3 January 2014 – TLS Commentary

Ab to zythum: heroes of medieval Latin’ Richard Ashdowne looks at the history of the dictionary and some of its more quirky sources

16 December 2013 – BBC London

Laura Wright of Cambridge University talks to Robert Elms about the Dictionary, the Conference, and Roland the farter (starts 1h33m18s)

14 December 2013 – The Times of India

Dictionary of Medieval Latin completed after 100 years

13 December 2013 – Medieval histories

Medieval Latin

12 December 2013 – TLS p. 3

Picture of the week

12 December 2013 – The Telegraph

Dictionary of Medieval Latin completed after 100 years

11 December 2013 – BBC Breakfast (BBC1)

Preserving Latin’ Richard Ashdowne talks to Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt about the newly complete Dictionary

11 December 2013 – Die Welt

100 Jahre für ein Wörterbuch? Das ist gar nichts

11 December 2013 – Haaretz

On the completion and centenary of the Dictionary

11 December 2013 – Radikal Kitap

On the completion and centenary of the Dictionary

11 December 2013 – Pikiran Rakyat

Setelah 100 Tahun, Kamus Bahasa Latin Akan Diterbitkan

11 December 2013 – The Hindu (syndicated from the Guardian 9 Dec, below)

Dictionary completed after a century!

11 December 2013 – Taipei Times

World News Quick Take: Latin dictionary finished

11 December 2013 – Daily Info

Assistant editor Mark Thakkar talks about the project

11 December 2013 – The Times, p. 35

‘Medieval Latin’ a letter from Avril Powell, original assistant editor to the DMLBS (also online (preview; subscription required for full article))

10 December 2013 – nos.nl

Woordenboek na 100 jaar klaar

10 December 2013 – Oxford Times, p. 19

It’s ‘veni, vidi, vici’ time as Latin dictionary is finished

10 December 2013 – Fine Books and Collections

Dictionary of Medieval Latin Complete (100 Years Later)

10 December 2013 – AHRC website

Dictionary complete after a century

10 December 2013 – medievalists.net

Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources completed after 100 years

9 December 2013 – BBC News Website

Medieval Latin dictionary completed after 100 years

9 December 2013 – The Guardian

Dictionary completed after a century in preparation

9 December 2013 – Oxford University Website

Medieval Latin dictionary completed after 100 years

9 December 2013 – The Times, p. 13

‘A labour of Latin love: dictionary that took 100 years to complete’ (also online (preview; subscription required for full article))

9 December 2013 – BBC Oxford

Richard Ashdowne talks to Phil Gayle about the completion of the Dictionary

November 2013 – Blueprint

A Vital and Elementary Resource’ in Blueprint (staff magazine of the University of Oxford) — Nurtured by the Bodleian and the Classics Faculty, the complete Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources is finally here.

October 2013 – Classics Faculty Newsletter

'The Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources' [PDF].

March 2012 – Blueprint

Taking the long view’ in Blueprint (staff magazine of the University of Oxford) — The DMLBS project features alongside other major long-term humanities research projects within Oxford University, including the Dictionary of National Biography and the Voltaire Foundation.

June 2011 – Oxford Mail

Latin Dictionary is a lifetime career’ in the Oxford Mail – an interview with DMLBS editor (1978–2011) David Howlett.