Seminar sessions are held in House A.
Mon., June 24
Arrival, and opening reception (CHS Common Room, 6:30)
Tues., July 25
10:00 a.m.: hackathon, part 1. HMT editing.
1:30 p.m.: hackathon, part 2. Validating and verifying.
3:00: Netherlands vs. Japan, House A.
AM seminars begin at 9:00 a.m., PM sessions begin at 2:00 p.m.
Wed., June 26
AM session: The Homer Multitext as an Extension of the Fieldwork of Milman Parry and Albert Lord. Reading assignment in advance of session: Forthcoming articles from the Cambridge Homer Encyclopedia (will be sent by email):
- Dué, C. and G. Nagy, “Albert Bates Lord.”
- Dué, C. and G. Nagy, “Milman Parry.”
- Ebbott, M. “Homeric Epic in Performance.”
PM session: TEI markup and the HMT editing workflow in more depth
Thurs., June 27
AM session: Reading scholia.
PM session: From Song to Text. Reading assignment in advance of session:
- Dué, C. “Epea Pteroenta: How We Came to Have Our Iliad.” In C. Dué, Achilles Unbound
- Dué, C., and M. Ebbott. “The Homer Multitext within the history of access to Homeric epic.” In Monica Berti (ed.), Digital Classical Philology: Ancient Greek and Latin in the Digital Revolution (in the De Gruyter series Age of Access? Grundfragen der Informationsgesellschaft). Forthcoming.
Fri., June 28
AM session: Indexing related scholia.
PM session: The Poetics of an Oral Tradition.
- Ebbott, M. “Seeking Odysseus’s Sister.” Michigan Quarterly Review 56.2 (2017): 268–284