Bruno LAURIOUX is professor in Medieval and Food History at the University of Tours. He has worked on medieval cookery, gastronomy and food for more than thirty years. He has published 7 books and edited 4 others on the different aspects of medieval food and more recently on long term food history. He has published more than 100 papers and supervised 10 PhD. B. Laurioux has created and managed an international network on food studies: the “Institut Européen d’Histoire et des Cultures de l’Alimentation” (IEHCA), as a secretary, deputy chairman and chairman of Scientific Council (20012016) and since 2016 as chairman of the Board. He was member of the Editorial Board of Food & Foodways and Médiévales. From 2006 to 2010 he was scientific deputy director for Ancient and Medieval History and scientific director of the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities at the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique).
Bruno Laurioux will coordinate the French team of CoReMA at the Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance.
Helmut W. KLUG is postdoc research assistant at the Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities of Graz University (ZIMACDH). His focus of interest is subdivided into the research of medieval and early modern alimentation and researching into digital humanities methods of computeraided knowledge generation, this includes the application of Digital Humanities methods and especially Digital Scholarly Editions. He has, for example, gathered experience in independent project management with the Dictionary of Old English Plant Names (fwf project) and the Medieval Plant Survey (proof of concept dissertation project), both web based scholarly research tools. He is the editor of the Korpus mittelalterlicher Kochrezepttexte (Corpus of Medieval Cooking Recipes). H. Klug has published pertinent articles on German medieval food history and digital editing and has recently started to coorganise and to work on a nation wide research infrastructure project on Digital Editions.
Helmut W. Klug is Austrian research group leader for the CoReMA project.
is a doctoral researcher at the CESR- Centre for Advanced Renaissnce Studies (University of Tours). She is engineer in analysis and criticism of historical and textual sources for the CoReMA project. Her expertise lies on digital humanites (encoding texts and manuscripts), blog’s implementation,web design, organisation of events and languages.
Corentin POIRIER MONTAIGU
is engineer in analysis and criticism of historical and textual sources for the CoReMA program. His mission includes the transcription, the encoding and the analysis of cookbooks in medieval latin and french to feed the database. He contributes also to the enrichment of the program’s blog. Moreover and after research studies in History at the Centre for Advanced Renaissance Studies (University of Tours), he is preparing his PhD on « Writing the cookery in latin from 12th to 15th century » under the direction of Pr. Bruno Laurioux.
is CNRS research scientist at CESR. She is a leading expert on
Science History in the Renaissance, specially on botanical and pharmacological knowledge. Among
her numerous publications on the subject, see “Des plantes pour dormir: un aperçu de la pharmacopée
ancienne de l’insomnie”, Camenae 5 (2008). She is also an expert on Latin philology and on
is Professor of Early Modern History at the university of Tours. He is a leading
expert on Cultural History of the Renaissance in France, England and Italy. His main research
interests are about Intellectual History, Science History and scientific and technical networks and
practices in Europe. Invited Professor at Cornell University and UCLA and member of the Editorial
board of the Science History journal, he published many books and papers and organized outstanding
exhibitions on Renaissance Life and Civilisation. Recently he studied the diplomatic diners of the
famous “Camp du drap d’or” and found important accounts on these events.
is a Research and Teaching Assistant at the CESR. He is an expert in codicology,
especially of printed books in 15th and 16th c. He knows also very well the question of images
is Professor of Renaissance Italian Literature. Her research interests are about
anonymous propaganda, parodic and satiric literature, literary genres and italian book in France. She
has coordinated many important research programs, as ECRISA ( L’écriture, ses supports, ses archives: une plateforme pour l’analyse et la gestion de l’écrit/ure et des archives ), EDITEF
( L’édition italienne dans l’espace francophone à la première modernité ) and the working group
European Networks of Knowledge Exchange in the COST network New Communities of
Interpretation: Contexts, Strategies of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern
Europe . She is CESR representative in the Board of Biblissima, a huge web digital library on ancient
manuscripts and books.
is CNRS Project Engineer at the CESR, in charge of Research Projects. She worked previously as Documentation Engineer in Information Science at the National Institute for Scientific and Technologic Information (INIST). Holding a MA in Natural Sciences, she
was in charge of the integration of the documentary resources on ecology and environment in the
PASCAL database. In 2011, she published a paper on Bibliometric analysis of diadromous fish
research from 1970s to 2010: a case study of seven species in Scientometrics , Springer Verlag, 2011,
88 (3), pp.929-947. In CoReMA, she will be in charge of technical support for updating blog,
conferences management and institutional communication
is a Lecturer of Medical History and Latin Language at the University of
Tours. She is a leading expert on History of Renaissance medicine. Her research interests are about
astrological medicine, medical gymnastics and women’s health. She published many critical editions
and research papers in the most important journals for History of medicine. She is now interested in
the recipe literature.
Hélène JAWHARA- PINER
Yy Gyeong YOON
(doctorate) finalised her master studies 2014 at the Department of German Studies
with a thesis on The iatromathematical household book of Codex ÖNB, 3085 (fol.1r–39v) –
stoffgeschichte, classification, dynamic edition and glossary. She is assistant lecturer at the University
of Graz and doctoral researcher in the project Establishment of an interactive module for science
communication of medieval studies. Her research interests are traditional and digital transcription
techniques, editorial sciences, and artes literature.
is doctoral researcher at the ZIMACDH with a general focus on Digital Humanities. Currently he is working on a joint project with the Austrian Academy of Sciences “Cantus Network” where he is responsible for the implementation of a digital as well as a print edition of the liturgical musical sources from the ecclesiastical province of Salzburg. His expertise lies in the implementation of digital scholarly editions and Semantic Web technologies. He is also experienced in web design and web programming.
(professor) studied German and Classical Philology at the University of Graz. She received her doctorate through Prof. Anton Schwob with the dissertation TheConcept of the ‚Dynamic Edition‘ exemplified with the First Edition of Veit Feichter’s ‚Brixner Dommessnerbuch‘(Mid 16th Cent.) Part I: Theory and Practical Implementation. Part II: Text . She received her postdoctoral lecture qualification in German medieval studies with the main emphasis on editorial sciences through a cumulative habilitation treatise: Text as Gateway. Philological and Transdisciplinary Perspectives of the Graz ‘Dynamic Edition’ . Her fields of study include editorial sciences (conceptual aspects of the Graz ‘Dynamic Edition’), palaeography and graphemic writing analysis, literature of late medieval and early modern times, artes literature.
(senior post doc researcher) researches and teaches at the Institute for German
Studies at the University of Graz. From 2007-2016 director of the historical society “KuliMa –
Culinary Middle Ages at the University of Graz”. She is organizing and conducting lectures and
training events on medieval food history. In her research she focuses on the Sachprosa of the Late
Middle Ages and Early Modern Period, her main interests are knowledge preservation, knowledge
transfer, and knowledge transformation in the transition from the Middle Ages to Early Modern
Times, and historical cuisine in theory and practice, as well as critical editing with a focus on Early
New High German Sachprosa texts.