This event showcases a number of digital approaches to the interpretation, decipherment and analysis of ancient and modern texts, in particular those which are extant in material form. It will begin with a keynote from Charlotte Tupman, Research Fellow in Digital Humanities at the University of Exeter. We hope that the event will attract an audience of classicists and ancient historians, but we anticipate that by showcasing classicists' deployment of digital approaches we would also be able to initiate conversations with those who take digitally-informed approaches to medieval and modern texts.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Room W2.19, Samuel Alexander Building, University of Manchester (Manchester, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Jo Lewis; Peter Liddel
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INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: gratis / free / gratuito
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Dr Charlotte Tupman (University of Exeter): Towards a world of historical linked open data: where can our texts take us?
Dr Lise Jaillant (University of Loughborough): Textual Futures, Archives and Small Poetry Publishers: the Carcanet Press
Prof. Klaas Bentein (University of Gent): Variation equals social meaning? Developing a digital approach towards communicative variation in Roman and Late Antique Egypt
Prof. Rodney Ast (University of Heidelberg): What the Digital’s Been Doing with the Humanities: The Case of Papyrology
Dr Henry Jones (University of Manchester): Using Digital Corpus Analysis Tools to Study Successive Retranslations of Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War: Insights from the Genealogies of Knowledge project
Prof. Stephen Todd (University of Manchester): Classical Philology vis-à-vis Corpus Linguistics: Some methodological diffractions