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.
Proposals for papers on all subjects related to the intersection of modern technology with traditional methods for editing Latin texts of all eras are welcomed. Suggested topics:
-Keeping the “critical” in digital critical editions
-The scholarly value of editing texts to be read by humans and machines
-Extending the usability of critical editions beyond a scholarly audience
-Visualizing the critical apparatus: moving beyond a print-optimized format
-Encoding different critical approaches to a text
-Interoperability between critical editions and other digital resources
-Dreaming big: a wishlist of features for the optimal digital editing environment
Of particular interest are proposals that examine the scholarly element of preparing a digital edition.
The seminar will be limited to ten participants. Participants will receive a stipend, and all travel and related expenses will be paid by the DLL.
Please send proposals of no more than 650 words to Samuel J. Huskey at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1, 2014. Notification of proposal status will be sent in early January.