ePhilology: When the Books Talk to Their Readers

Crane, Gregory
Jones, Alison
Bamman, David
2006

Abstract: This paper suggests directions in which an ePhilology may evolve. Philology here implies that language and literature are the objects of study but assumes that language and literature must draw upon the full cultural context and thus sees in philological analysis a starting point for the scientia totius antiquitatis - the systematic study of all ancient culture. The term ePhilology impli... read more

Subjects
Text processing (Computer Science)
Digital libraries
Humanities computing
Classical scholarship
Electronic philology
Personalization
Customization
Language technologies
Perseus Project
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/36132
ID: tufts:gcrane-2006.00003
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