digital editions

event: Digital Critical Editions of Homer

01/06/2012 16:30

Digital Classicist & Institute of Classical Studies Seminar 2012

Friday June 1st at 16:30
Room G37, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

Chiara Salvagni (KCL)
Digital Critical Editions of Homer

I intend to discuss how the scholia to the Odyssey of Homer can be
encoded in order to be part of a digital edition of the first book of
the Odyssey, with special concern for their critical apparatus, starting
with an analysis of how a printed edition of the scholia works. I will
take into account the possibility of using the Open Source Critical [read more...]

Location

Room G37, Senate House
Malet Street
London WC1E 7HU
United Kingdom

centre: Institute of Historical Research (IHR)

Link to project
Host institution: 
University of London
About the centre:

The Institute of Historical Research (IHR) is one of 10 member Institutes of the School of Advanced Study, University of London. Founded in 1921, it aims to promote the study of history and an appreciation of the importance of the past; to provide institutional support and individual leadership for the broad historical community; to offer a wide range of facilities and services which assist the researching, teaching, writing and dissemination of history; and to further high quality scholarship on particular aspects of the past by means of collective research projects.

event: Towards a new edition of the scholia of Euripides

28/05/2010 14:10

Professor Donald Mastronarde, Berkeley Classics/GreekKeys, will give a talk at 2.15 pm on Friday 28 May in the Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies 66 St Giles', Oxford OX1 3LU. His topic is:

"Towards a new edition of the scholia of Euripides"

in which he will lay out some of the problems and some preliminary results for scholia on Orestes 1-500.

All are welcome. The new edition is a born-digital edition. A beta version of the online open-access digital edition of the scholia of Euripides is available at: http://EuripidesScholia.org [read more...]

Location

66 St Giles' Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
Oxford OX1 3LU
United Kingdom

Invitation to Participate in a Digital Humanities Study

Posted on behalf of the INKE team: this research project and associated survey may be of interest.

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Dear Colleague, [read more...]

Survey: Using Scholarly Editions for Reseach

Textual scholars - particularly those who are editing letters or working with correspondence, but others as well - may be interested to participate in the USER project. [read more...]

job: Two research associates for Digital Averroes Research Environment, Cologne, Germany

Application Deadline: 
30/11/2009

The Thomas Institute at the University of Cologne (Germany) is looking for two or more research associates in a newly funded project "Digital Averroes Research Environment" (DARE). Please see the complete announcement at http://www.dare.uni-koeln.de/stellen/index.php and note that German language skills (beyond understanding the job advertisement) are not a precondition.

event: Object, Artifact and Script: digital approaches to inscribed surfaces

08/10/2009 10:00
09/10/2009 16:00

The text upon an object is both evidence for and part of its form and
therefore its function; just as the construction and purpose of an
object gives context to and aids in the interpretation of text. Indeed,
the form of an object effects the placement and design of text and
decoration upon it. Non-verbal decorations drawn or painted on an object
fall somewhere between (2-D) text and (3-D) physical object: like the
text they are added by the scribe or artist, they have semantic (if not
verbal) connotation, and are often taken out of the material context of [read more...]

Location

e-Science Institute, 15 South College Street,
Edinburgh EH8 9AA
United Kingdom

job: Professorship in Humanities Computing, Darmstadt, Germany

Application Deadline: 
08/10/2009

The prospective postholder is expected to teach courses in German linguistics or literary studies as well as humanities computing at undergraduate and graduate level (Bachelor/Master of Arts Germanistik, Master of Arts Linguistic and Literary Computing, teaching degrees).

The postholder must have research interests and a proven track record of excellent research in at least two of the following areas:

* Text technology
* History and theory of literature and media
* Text linguistics [read more...]

event: Digitizing Correspondence Workshop

17/09/2009 10:00
17/09/2009 16:30

This workshop will bring together archivists, editors and researchers to explore issues relating to the digitization of letter collections. [read more...]

Location

Mile End Road Centre for Editing Lives and Letters
London E1 4NS
United Kingdom
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