Fascicule XVII has been reviewed in the online Bryn Mawr Classical Review. You can read the review by Scott G. Bruce here.
The major Japanese daily newspaper Mainichi today features the DMLBS, including interviews with editors and others involved in the project over the years. The article can also be found in English translation here.
We are planning to publish a collection based on the conference we held in December 2013. To supplement these we have invited a number of additional contributions in various thematic areas. Among these we would like very much to include a chapter examining the important use of Latin in philosophical texts in Britain in the middle ages. However, our prospective author has withdrawn and though many names have been suggested to us we are currently finding it hard to find a suitable replacement who would be willing to take this on.
We’d therefore be grateful to hear from anyone working in the field of medieval philosophy in Britain who would be interested in learning more about this opportunity. You can contact us using the details on the project website (www.dmlbs.ox.ac.uk/about-us/contact-us).
We’re not necessarily looking for someone who can cover the whole field: someone working on any one individual philosopher or group of philosophers would fit the bill perfectly.
WordPress.com prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,100 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 35 trips to carry that many people.
A British Academy video has been released recording some of the story of the project. It was made in the project offices in early September 2014, just under a month before the project’s end, in the period when books, slips and archives were prepared for their moves.