Submitted by sjhuskey on Sat, 2017-01-21 10:55
The Digital Latin Library project announces a workshop on the preparation of critical editions of Latin texts according to the soon-to-be-released encoding guidelines for the Library of Digital Latin Texts (LDLT), a series of new, born-digital editions to be published under the auspices of the Society for Classical Studies, the Medieval Academy of America, and the Renaissance Society of America. The workshop will be held on the campus of the University of Oklahoma, the DLL’s institutional home, on June 29–30, 2017.
Submitted by sjhuskey on Mon, 2015-07-27 15:09
The Digital Latin Library, a joint project of the Society for Classical Studies, the Medieval Academy of America, and the Renaissance Society of America, with funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, announces a seminar on Latin textual criticism in the digital age. The seminar will take place on the campus of the University of Oklahoma, the DLL's host institution, on June 25–26, 2015.
We welcome proposals for papers on all subjects related to the intersection of modern technology with traditional methods for editing Latin texts of all eras. Suggested topics:
Submitted by sjhuskey on Mon, 2015-06-08 17:08
The DLL hosted representatives of the Tesserae Project from June 3 to June 5 in Norman. Neil Coffee, the director of Tesserae and associate professor of Classics at the University of Buffalo, brought project assistants James Gawley and Caitlin Diddams with him to discuss their work on the project and their plans for developing Tesserae into a web service. We're excited about the possibility of incorporating Tesserae into the DLL's sandbox so that users can use Tesserae's sophisticated search and text comparison features.
Submitted by sjhuskey on Wed, 2015-04-08 16:50
Bridget Almas and Marie-Claire Beaulieu, both of Tufts University, and Hugh Cayless will be in Norman for a discussion about integrating the Perseids platform into the sandbox portion of the DLL's information architecture.
Submitted by sjhuskey on Wed, 2014-09-17 16:44
Over the next two days, the DLL will host Tom Elliott, Hugh Cayless, Jim Ginther, and Patrick Cuba in Norman for discussion about technical specifications for the DLL's Library of Digital Latin Texts and the possibility of cross-compatibility with Tradamus, a web-based application for the creation and publication of scholarly digital editions.