Note that only the second floor of Eaton Hall is handicapped accessible. Please let us know if stairs are an inconvenience for you so we can arrange for your refreshment breaks.

March 28

Convene in Eaton Hall Room 206 

(Note we’ll have coffee and refreshments at the first break but not prior to the start of the workshop).

9:00 – 9:30 Welcome and Introductions

9:30 – 10:30: Session 1:

1 Chris Francese: Goodell’s Greek Grammar and Frieze’s Vergilian Dictionary

2 Caroline Schroeder and Amir Zeldes: Multi-layered Annotation for Multi-disciplinary Research on Digitized Coptic Literature

10:30 – 10:45: Coffee Break in Eaton 124

10:45 – 12:15: Session 2:

3 Brandon Hawk: Studying Judith in Anglo-Saxon England

4 Barry Bandstra:  Open Hebrew Text

5 Vanessa Gorman and Robert Gorman: Determining Greek Historical Fragments

12:15 – 1:30 Lunch Eaton 124. There will be a catered lunch. We can also direct you to on/off campus options.

1:30 – 3:00: Session 3:

Marie-Claire Beaulieu, Matthew Harrington, Yannis Evrigenis, Adam Tavares:  Student publications and the Perseids Platform

3:00 – 3:15:  Coffee Break in Eaton 124

3:15 – 4:45: Session 4:

6 Thomas Koentges: Machine readable commentary to Petronius’ Satyrica, Chapters 1-15 (and other material: Translations of Greek Plays by Professor Robin Bond)

7 Brian Johnson, Patrick Burns and David Grunner:  A Concordance of Hellenistic Philosophy

8 Caio Vieira Reis de Camargo: Computer linguistics and Ancient Greek: creating a digital library of Apollodorus’ Bibliotheca

4:45 – 5:00: Refreshment Break

5:00 – 6:00: Session 5:

Plenary: The Holy Cross Manuscripts, Inscriptions and Documents Club — New scholarship, new methods of collaboration and new forms of dissemination:

Dinner will be on your own (or in small groups). Some dining suggestions are posted here.

NB: You will be reimbursed for any taxi fares for traveling to and from campus or the hotel to dinner. Please save your taxi receipts! Dinner will not be reimbursed directly as meals and incidentals will be covered by your per diem reimbursement. Using this method, you do not have to worry about meal receipts. Keep this in mind when dining as a group (you may wish to split the check). To summarize:  meal receipts are not needed whereas taxi receipts are. 


March 29

Convene in Eaton Hall Room 206 

9:00 – 10:30: Session 6:

9 Andrew Dunning:  Preparing texts for print and electronic distribution, with a case study on the medieval Latin commentaries of Alexander Neckam

10 Daniel Johnson: Day Thoughts

11 David Birnbaum:  Automating the identification of meter and rhyme in Russian verse

10:30 – 11:00: Coffee break in Eaton 124

11:00 – 12:30: Session 7:

12 Cameron Jackson and Maxim Romanov: Computational Processing of Toponymic Data from Classical Arabic Sources

13 Jonathan Robie: Open Source Publication of Biblical Materials

14 Frederik Baumgardt: Perseus 5.0

12:30 – 1:30: Lunch Eaton 124. There will be a catered lunch. We can also direct you to on/off campus options.

1:30 – 3:00: Session 8:

Plenary Discussion: Monica Berti, Gregory Crane, Anke Lüdeling. Linguistic Annotation, Textual Alignments and other new forces that enable new ways of working with text and require new forms of publication.

3:00 – 3:30: Refreshment break

3:30 – 5:00: Final discussion and wrap-up