Spring 2017: SunoikisisDC

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  • SunoikisisDC 2017 Common Session Slides
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SunoikisisDC 2017 Syllabus and Class Outlines

Common sessions: Thursday 17:00-18:15 CET (in Winter) and CEST (in Summer)

  1. January 26. Geo-annotation (Chiara Palladino and Valeria Vitale)
  2. February 2. Encoding of ancient texts (Gabriel Bodard & Simona Stoyanova)
  3. February 9. Annotating treebanks (Polina Yordanova and Marja Vierros)
  4. February 16. Querying treebanks / INESS / Regex (Dag Haug)
  5. February 23. Querying treebanks / XML / XQuery / XPath (Giuseppe G.A. Celano)
  6. March 2. Translation alignment: Herodotus in Greek, English and Arabic (Usama A. Gad)
  7. March 9. Prosopography (Rada Varga and Gabriel Bodard)
  8. March 16. Computational Morphology (Dag Haug and Barbara McGillivray)
  9. March 23. Named entity extraction I (Matteo Romanello and Francesco Mambrini)
  10. March 30. Developing linguistic metrics for the analysis of Ancient Greek (Eleni Bozia and Anise D'Orange Ferreira)
  11. April 6. Reading Herodotus in Tbilisi (Levan Gordeziani)
  12. April 13. Reading Herodotus in Teheran (Arash Keramati and Maryam Foradi)
  13. April 20. Named entity extraction II (Matteo Romanello and Francesco Mambrini)
  14. April 27. Digital Mycenology (Federico Aurora)
  15. May 11. Digital Papyrology: documentary papyri (Nadine Quenouille, Gabriel Bodard and Lucia Vannini)
  16. May 18. Digital Papyrology: literary and paraliterary texts and linguistic annotation of documentary papyri (Marja Vierros, Nicola Reggiani and Lucia Vannini)
  17. May 25. Translation Alignment: Possibilities of Language Learning and Vocabulary Training (Maryam Foradi and Farnoosh Shamsian)
  18. June 1. Digital Egyptology (Franziska Naether)
  19. June 8. Annotating people and places in Aristophanes and Ovid using Recogito (Neven Jovanović)
  20. June 15. Annotating and representing ancient lexicographical texts and similes (Stylianos Chronopoulos)
  21. June 23. Historical GIS of South-Estern Europe - Joint session with the Digital Classicist Seminar London (Dimitar Iliev, Maria Baramova and Grigor Boykov) NB: Friday at 17:30 CEST
  22. June 29. Reading and visualizing geo-annotated data (Chiara Palladino, Valeria Vitale, and Marcel Mernitz)
  23. July 6. Topic modelling of morphologically complex languages (Thomas Köntges)

Description

Technical approaches concerning Digital Classics

Students will be introduced to a range of technical approaches concerning Digital Classics (TEI XML, EpiDoc, treebanking, linguistic annotation, translation alignment, text reuse representation, etc.). Students are invited to consider how each technical approach offers new ways of “reading” texts or material evidence from the ancient world, and provides cross-disciplinary approaches to the relationship between historical and literary culture. The course will be offered through common sessions online via Google Hangouts, studying particular topics at the boundaries of history and culture for 75 minutes each week. Students will work on a practical project implementing some of the skills learned in the course, by agreement with the course tutor, which will be assessed along with a short report on the work.

Participating Institutions

  • Ain-Shams University, Cairo (Department of Ancient European Civilization)
  • Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania (Ancient History and Archaeology)
  • Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin
  • Institute of Classical Studies, London
  • Tbilisi State University (History Department)
  • Tufts University (Department of Classics and Perseus Project)
  • Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP) – Câmpus de Araraquara (official semester course Editando textos na era digital SunoikisisDC 2017)
  • University of Florida (Department of Classics)
  • University of Freiburg (Seminar für Griechische und Lateinische Philologie)
  • University of Helsinki (Department of World Cultures)
  • University of Leipzig (Ägyptologisches Institut, Historisches Seminar, Institut für Informatik, Universitätsbibliothek)
  • University of Lyon (Laboratoire HISOMA)
  • University of Oslo (Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Arts and Ideas, University Library)
  • University of Oxford (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities)
  • University of Parma (Dipartimento di Lettere, Arti, Storia e Società)
  • University of Potsdam (Lehrstuhl für Klassische Philologie)
  • University of Sofia (Department of Classics)
  • University of Teheran
  • University of Trier (Papyrologie)
  • University of Zagreb (Department of Classical Philology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences)