From Gregory Crane (Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities – Department of Computer Science – University of Leipzig & Professor of Classics – Tufts University) October 2013 – January 2014: Overview of Digital Philology (5 credits) April – July 2014: Current Topics in Digital Philology (10 credits) [Please re-circulate] *Research assistantships for enrolled students are available to students […]
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March 7 2011
Philology in the Digital Age – 2011 Annual Conference and Member’s Meeting of the TEI Consortium University of Würzburg, 10-16 October, 2011 The University of Würzburg with its Centre for Digital Editing in cooperation with the German Archive of Literature / Museum of Modern Literature Marbach and the international Programme Committe welcome you to the […]
March 21 2010
From Gabriel Bodard: Last week twelve professional papyrologists were trained in the use of the new SoSOL tool(*) for tags-free markup of documentary texts [see EpiDoc – Son of SOL Training Session, King’s College London]. In the process, c.100 texts were painlessly added to the Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri.
March 5 2010
An EpiDoc – Son of SOL workshop will be held at the Center for Computing in the Humanities (King’s College, London) on March 8-13, 2010. The aim of the workshop is to introduce participants to the use of EpiDoc Guidelines for encoding fragmentary texts preserved on stones and papyri. For previous workshops and summer schools […]
January 2 2010
A new project (Representing Citations in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus), directed by Monica Berti in collaboration with Virgilio Costa, aims at investigating the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus in order to (1) carry out a systematic survey of the citations preserved in the fifteen books of Athenaeus’ work, (2) build a fully comprehensive repository of the quotation […]