Classical Philology Goes Digital, University of Potsdam, February 16-17, 2017

January 23rd, 2017 by Monica Berti

Classical Philology Goes Digital. Working on Textual Phenomena of Ancient Texts
University of Potsdam, February 16-17, 2017

Organization: Karen Blaschka (Universität Potsdam) and Monica Berti (Universität Leipzig)
Funded by the Volkswagen Stiftung

Thursday, February 16, 2017
9.00
Welcome Address by the Vice Dean Prof. Dr. Johannes Haag
Opening (Monica Berti / Karen Blaschka)

I. DH-keynote-speakers (part I)
Chair: Neil Coffee (University at Buffalo)
9.30
Gregory R. Crane (Universität Leipzig/Tufts University), Greek, Latin and Digital Philology in a Global Age
10:10
Franz Fischer (CCeH / IDE Köln), Digital Philology and the (cr)apparatus

10.50
Coffee Break

Chair: Gregory R. Crane (Universität Leipzig/Tufts University)
11:10
Francesco Mambrini (DAI, Berlin), The Syntax of Similes. A Treebank-based Exploration of Simile in Greek Poetry
11:50
Monica Berti (Universität Leipzig), Documenting Text Reuse of Greek Fragmentary Authors
12.30
Break for lunch

II. Project presentations (part I)
Chair: Karen Blaschka (Universität Potsdam)
13.30
Maria Vasiloudi, Carl W. Brunschön (Universität des Saarlandes/BBAW Berlin), Iatrosophia-digital: Die Rezeption antiker medizinischer Texte in griechischen Iatrosophia-Handschriften vom 13. bis 19. Jh.
Marie Revellio (Zukunftskolleg Universität Konstanz), Citation Practices in Jerome’s Letters as Vestigia of Late Antique Identit Construction
14.50
Coffee Break

Chair: Damien Nelis (Université de Genève)
15:10
Eva Wöckener-Gade (Universität Leipzig), Platon Digital: Thesaurus zur antiken griechischen Überlieferung, Tradition und Rezeption
Karen Blaschka (Universität Potsdam), Datenbank zum Gleichnis in der antiken epischen Dichtung
16:30
Coffee Break

Chair: Lavinia Galli Milić (Université de Genève)
16:50
Eleni Bozia (University of Florida/Universität Leipzig), Evaluating Attic, Imperial Greek, and Ro­man Oratory: Towards a Schema of Rhetorical Constructions
Stefano Caneva (Università degli Studi di Padova), PHRC: Towards a Semantic Markup of Ritual Action and its Social Underpinnings

18:10
Concluding Discussion of the 1. day: Strategies for combining conventional analyses of ancient texts with modern computational approaches.

18:45
Evening Buffet

Chair: Monica Berti / Karen Blaschka
19:45
Evening Lecture: Neil Coffee (University at Buffalo), Roses and Lilies: What Digital Approaches Can Do for the Study of Intertextuality

20:45
Wine Reception

Friday, February 17, 2017

I. DH-keynote-speakers (part II)
Chair: Francesco Mambrini (DAI, Berlin)
9:00
Tariq Yousef, Chiara Palladino (Università degli Studi di Bari/Universität Leipzig), A Tool for Syntax based Intralanguage Alignment
Matteo Romanello (DAI, Berlin), Towards the Automatic Retrieval of Cited Parallel Passages from Secondary Literature
10:20
Coffee Break

Chair: Franz Fischer (CCeH / IDE Köln)
10:40
Agnes Thomas (Universität zu Köln), Event Annotation within the Hellespont Project

II. Project presentations (part II)
11:20
Damien Nelis, Lavinia Galli Milić (Université de Genève), An Online Edition of the Achilleid of Statius
Ioannis Doukas (Nat. University of Ireland, Galway), Working towards a Born-digital Commentary: Methods, Concepts and Building Materials
12:40
Break for lunch and informal meetings

Chair: Monica Berti (Universität Leipzig)
14:00
Michael L. Satlow, Gaia Lembi (Brown University), Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine
Elton Barker (Open University), Annotating Places, Linking Ancient Texts
15:20
Coffee Break

Chair: Elton Barker (Open University)
15:40
Ekaterina Iliushechkina, Günther Görz, Martin Thiering (RANEPA Moscow, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, TU Berlin/MPI Rome), Ancient Geography Goes Digital: Representation of Spatial Orientation in Ancient Texts
16:20
Monica Berti (Universität Leipzig), Sunoikisis Digital Classics
16:50
Concluding Discussion: Digital approaches for fostering traditional issues of Classical Philology.
18:00
Possibility for a joint dinner

Participation is free of charge. Interested guests are very welcome (advance notification by February 1, 2017: karen.blaschka@uni-potsdam.de).

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