Παρουσίαση στην ημερίδα Ψηφιακές τεχνολογίες και Νεοελληνική Φιλολογία: Ο φιλόλογος ως δημιουργός, διαχειριστής και χρήστης ψηφιακού περιεχομένου, Πανεπιστήμιο Πατρών – Τμήμα Φιλολογίας, 22 Οκτωβρίου 2014
Talk at the Workshop «Byzantine Lexicography in the Digital Age” organized by Elizabeth Schiffer and Andreas Rhoby (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften). More details can be found here. The slides I used can be found here (PDF).
A short text written for another occasion and rejected due to its length. After the fall of Constantinople during the fourth crusade in 1204, the adjective “Roman” (that is, Byzantine) as an identity marker lost its precise meaning, since it could now refer also to the Roman (Catholic) Church that represented an enemy. The historical […]
This paper sets out to explore how and why digital editions of texts or text-versions could facilitate a truly diachronic study of the Greek language. It points out shortcomings of existing digital infrastructure and argues in favour of a general shift of focus towards linguistic analysis of transmitted texts with the help of electronic corpora […]
This was a workshop aimed at informing language teaching officers of the MML Faculty of the University of Cambridge on the possibilities that open source software offers for the creation of teaching content. Some of the slides used in this workshop we links and other information can be found here (some links may be broken […]
Epistemic Networks and GRID + Web 2.0 for Arts and Humanities 30-31 January 2008 • Imperial College Internet Centre • Imperial College London You can download a PDF-file here with the slides of this presentation
Late Antiquity and Byzantine Seminar, University of Oxford, 23.1.2008