Digital Critical Editions and Greek Literary Manuscripts, 23 May 2022, 9:30AM–12PM / 2:30–5:30PM (CET)

In the fifth Project Conference experts will discuss current state and future perspectives of digital scholarly editions of Greek manuscripts and artifacts, presenting existing projects, public engagement and technical challenges. Registration for participation online or in presence by 18.05.2022.

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  • Date: 23 MAY 2022  from 9:30 to 17:30

  • Event location: Aula B, Plesso D’Azeglio - Via M. D'Azeglio, 85, Parma - In presence and online event

  • Type: Multiplier events


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Conference Programme


Morning session

9:30       WelcomeMassimo Magnani

10:00     Cristina Carusi - Teaching and Doing Research with Epigraphic Databases: One User's Experience

10.30     Franz Fischer - From Markup to Machine Learning: Digital Scholarly Editions of Ancient Texts

coffee break

11:30     Monica Berti - Digital Critical Annotations: Extracting Bibliographic References from Ancient Texts

12:00     Federico Aurora - Digital Editions of the Mycenaean Documents: Present State and Future Perspectives                                                                            

Afternoon session

14:30     Matteo Romanello - Building a Digital Multi-Commentary: The Case of Sophocle’s Ajax.

15:00     Gregory Crane - Building A Digital Edition Of Homer to Understand Youtube and the Modern World

coffee break

16:00     Marcello Vitali-Rosati - Technical Thinking: the "Greek Anthology Project" between Epistemological Choices and Code

16:30     A. Bencivenni, M. Fogagnolo, I. Vagionakis - Digital Epigraphic Editions: News About IGCyr-GVCyr

17:00     Round-table with associated partners - moderator: Carla Salvaterra       


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