Ancient Manuscripts and Virtual Research Environments

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Serval ID
serval:BIB_7C5948FE7EA2
Type
Proceedings: the proceedings of a conference.
Collection
Publications
Institution
Title
Ancient Manuscripts and Virtual Research Environments
Publisher
Classics@ (special issue)
Organization
Center For Hellenistic Studies
Address
Lausanne, SIB, 2020
ISSN
2327-2996
Issued date
25/03/2021
Editor
Clivaz Claire, Allen Garrick
Volume
18
Language
english
Abstract
This volume of Classics@ aims to explore and analyse a methodological turn in ancient studies: the practice of presenting harvested data in ancient manuscripts within virtual research environments (VREs). The long and short contributions of this fascicle are selective examples of this move in research, and they have been collected from the first conference organized by the MARK16 project. As a five-year project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), MARK16 works, as its primary methodological challenge, to build a Virtual Research Environment (VRE) focused on the last chapter of the Gospel according to Mark. Consequently, the online conference organized by the project in September 2020 from Lausanne (CH) focused on this point by gathering together a range of scholars working on ancient manuscripts in diverse fields, as well as scholars from the digital humanities. The first round of articles accepted in peer-review is first published here in March 2021, including two long papers and six short papers. Several other long papers are now in review and will, hopefully, join the two published here in short order.
Keywords
Virtual Research Environments, New Testmaent, Classics, Ancient manuscripts
Open Access
Yes
Funding(s)
Swiss National Science Foundation / Careers / PR00P1_179755
Create date
01/05/2021 12:00
Last modification date
05/05/2021 6:36
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