HC MID Devoted to the study of incompletely published primary sources


  • Nikolas Churik ‘15 (with Neel Sith and Christopher Blackwell), “Testable distant reading in scholia, lexica and paraphrases” : Digital Humanities and Antiquity /Humanités Numériques et Antiquité, (Isabelle Cogitore and Elena Pierrazo, edd.) (Presses Universitaires de Grenoble: forthcoming.) (Accepted: in press.)

  • Stephanie Lindeborg ‘13 (with Neel Smith), “Comparing Digital Scholarly Editions,” published abstracts of Digital Humanities 2016: http://dh2016.adho.org/abstracts/141.

  • Brian Robert Clark ‘15, Claude Spalding Hanley ‘18, Stephanie Clare Neville ‘17, Charles John Schufreider ‘17, and Melody Anne Wauke ‘17, “Using Digital Editions to Analyze Iliadic Text Reuse and its Poetic Tradition,” published abstracts of Digital Humanities 2016: http://dh2016.adho.org/abstracts/25.

  • Alexander Simrell ‘16 (with Neven Jovanović, Unviersity of Zagreb), “Implementing Canonical Text Services in the Croatiae Auctores Latini Digital Collection,” published abstracts of Digital Humanities 2016: http://dh2016.adho.org/abstracts/229.

  • Claude Hanley ‘18, Steven Merola ‘16, and Stephanie Neville ‘17, “Tracing the Scribal Tradition with Diplomatic Editions of Manuscripts of Jerome’s Chronicle” New England Classical Journal 43.2 (2016) 77-94.

  • Christine Roughan ‘14 (with Christopher Blackwell and Neel Smith), “Citation and Alignment: Scholarship Outside and Inside the Codex,” Manuscript Studies 1 (2016) 5-27.