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Carmen García Bueno

Carmen is a Summa cum laude PhD in Classical Philology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2017). She also holds a MA in Classics (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 2012) and a BA in Classics (University of Valladolid, Universidad de Valladolid, 2010). Currently, she is enrolled in a MA in Digital Humanities at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (expected 2022). She has been part-time lecturer at the Universidad de Valladolid (2015) and at the Universidad Eclesiástica de San Dámaso (2018-2019, 2020-2021). Her main research fields are the labor of Greek scribes at the scriptorium of Fontainebleau (France) during the XVIth century as well as the presence of Greek manuscripts and scribes in Spain. The results of her research have been presented in national and international conferences as well as published as articles or chapters of proceedings.


C. García Bueno, “The Library of Michael Hermodoros Lestarchos”, paper presented at the IXe Colloque International de Paléographie Grecque. Le livre manuscrit grec : écritures, materiaux, histoire, Paris, Sorbonne et École normale supérieure, Sept 15, 2018

C. García Bueno, “The evolution of Jacobos Diassorinos’s Handwriting in context“, Ch. Brockmann, D. Deckers, D. Harlfinger, S. Valente (ed. ), Griechish-byzantinische Handschriftenforschung. Traditionen, Entwicklungen, neue Wege, Berlin-Boston,De Gruyter, 2020, 1, 203-212

C. García Bueno, “Jacobo Diasorino en Italia“, ΠΗΓΗ/FONS, 3 (2019), 51-69

C. García Bueno, “El copista cretense Constantino Paleocapa: un estado de la cuestión“, Estudios Bizantinos, 1 (2013), 198-218