This seminar series is a collaboration of the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing (ITSEE) and the Department of Classics and Ancient History (IAA).
It is open to anyone interested in the study and editing of texts and the use of digital methods and tools for analysis.
Attendance is expected for research postgraduates in Classics and ITSEE.
It meets on Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. in the Museum (Arts Building, Room 305)
To join the email list for circulation of abstracts and reminders of events, please contact Hugh Houghton
Professor Ken Dowden (IAA, Birmingham)
Will the real Poseidonios stand up? The History and its recyclage
Dr David Gange (LCAHM, Birmingham)
The Book of the Dead in Nineteenth-Century Britain
Dr Alan Sexton (Computer Science, Birmingham)
The Optical Neume Recognition Project
Dr Diana Spencer (IAA, Birmingham)
Romespeak: Why de Lingua Latina?
Dr Gideon Nisbet (IAA, Birmingham)
Meleager rides the rails: Kenneth Rexroth's Greek Anthology
Dr Antony Makrinos (UCL, London)
Homeric commentaries and paraphrases: Eustathius of Thessalonica in search of Demosthenes Thrax