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Digital Italy Seminar

03 Settembre 2021

Il progetto ItAnt partecipa al seminario Digital Italy (14/09/2021)

Digital Italy Seminar

14 Settembre 2021, ore 15.10. Luca Rigobianco (Venezia), Building a digital corpus and a computational lexicon of the languages of ancient Italy

 

Il seminario Digital Italy, organizzato dal progetto  'Connectivity and Competition: Multilingualism in Ancient Italy 800-200 BC', si terrà on line tramite la piattaforma Zoom i giorni 7 e 14 settembre 2021. 
 
Per partecipare scrivere a: katherine.mcdonald@durham.ac.uk

 

Programma completo:

Day One: 7th September 14.00-16.30pm (UK time)

14.00 Welcome – Katherine McDonald  
14.10 Maps and networks (Chair: Katherine McDonald)
14.10 Saskia Roselaar – An interactive map of Italian individuals in the Roman Republican Mediterranean area
14.20 John Mucigrosso (Drew University, Madison) – An on-line database of temples  
14.30 Dan Diffendale and Leah Bernado-Ciddio (Michigan) – Putting the epigraphy of pre-Roman Italy into its peninsular context
14.40 Discussion
15.10 Break
15.30 Epigraphy in northern and central Italy (Chair: Livia Tagliapietra)
15.30 Annie Burman (Uppsala) – Corpus of Etruscan Squeezes at Uppsala: issues of digitisation and access
15.40 Corinna Salomon (Vienna) – Lexicon Leponticum, Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum, and Semantic MediaWiki as a DH tool
15.50 Discussion
 
Day Two: 14th September 14.00-16.30pm (UK time)
14.00 Welcome – Katherine McDonald  
14.10 Epidoc projects (Chair: Katherine McDonald)
14.10 Luca Rigobianco (Ca' Foscari, Venice) – Building a digital corpus and a computational lexicon of the languages of ancient Italy
14.20 Liva Tagliapietra (Exeter) – Building a digital corpus to explore multilingualism in Late Republican Campania: a pilot project
14.30 Valentina Mignosa (Oxford) – Crossreads and the digital corpus of inscriptions from ancient Sicily. Researching Elymian texts
14.40 Discussion 
15.10 Break
15.30 New digital tools (Chair: Livia Tagliapietra)
15.30 Giuseppe Castellano (Toronto) – Trapezites: an ancient currency conversion website
15.40 Francesca D’Andrea and Gianfranco Adornato (Pisa) - The city’s shape: making a verbo-visual lexicon of Ancient Rome

15.50 Discussion

 

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