The program for our session (S22) ‘Reading between the lines: Computing applications for the analysis of archaeological and historical texts’ is already available. This will take place at the Computer Applications in Archaeology conference at Paris this April. I’m very excited as the session attracted scholars from different traditions and approaches, which I’m expecting will allow us to discover, explore, and discuss current methods for the analysis of textual sources with a range of applications across Digital Humanities.
The session includes the next papers:
- Digital research strategies for ancient papyri: a case study on mounted fragments of the Derveni papyrus
Eleni Kotoula, Graeme Earl
- Generating epigraphic letter charts in a database environment: a case-study in alphabetic Ugaritic mythological and administrative texts.
- From text to context. Reconstructing medieval agrarian landscapes from administrative written sources in a Western Mediterranean Islamic society.
- Exploring time and space in the annotation of museum catalogues: The Sloane virtual exhibition experience
Stephen Stead, Jonathan Whitson-Cloud, Dominic Oldman
- Connect Forma : Linking Early Geospatial Documents with Pelagios 3
Isaksen Leif, Elton Barker, Pau de Soto, Rainer Simon
If you want more information about it, please contact me.
See you there!
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