Special project 2017

This year special project revolves around Fumoto no chiri 麓の塵, a scrapbook of printed and handwritten ephemera kept in scroll format at the Cambridge University Library (shelf-mark FJ.1000.12). The goal is to produce the honkoku (diplomatic transcription) accompanied by the English translation of selected parts of this scroll. You honkoku and translation, together with your names, will be published on the website of the Cambridge University Library.

 

Group 1 (advanced hentaigana and kuzushiji): Lewis Cook (group leader), Keiko Brand, Adam Haliburton, Sofiia Pasivkina, Aafke Van Ewijk, Melissa Van Wyk, Isaac Wang.

Handwritten introduction: picture 1picture 2 and picture 3

 

Group 2 (elementary/intermediate hentaigana and kuzushiji): Caitlin Karyadi (group leader), Luca Domenico Artuso, Gina J. Choi, Tadeus Goodzen, Helen Magowan, Kuniko McVey Yamada, Emanuela Sala, Anna Sharko, Elizabeth Tinsley, Maria Tsoy, Kim Yura, Michi Warren.

Printed single-sheet print depicting Yoku to iu kedamono (by Santo Kyoden): picture 1, picture 2 and picture 3

Group 3 (elementary/intermediate hentaigana and kuzushiji): Jenni Pensikkala (group leader), Natalia Doan, Makiko Kawada, Christopher David Larcombe, Joanna Linzer, Drisana Misra, Oxana Nalivayko, Maud Rowell.

Printed single-sheet print on Dutch camels: picture 1, picture 2 and picture 3