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'''Monica Berti''' awarded a degree in Ancient Greek History at the University of Turin, and a PhD in Ancient History at the University of Genoa. Her main interests are focused on Greek History and Historiography, Epigraphy, Papyrology, and Digital Humanities.
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'''Monica Berti''' is a Classicist and Digital Humanist and she works as an assistant professor at the University of Leipzig ([http://www.dh.uni-leipzig.de/wo/ Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities]), where she teaches courses in digital scholarly editing and textual criticism. She has been working since 2008 with the Perseus Digital Library at Tufts University, where she has been visiting professor in the Department of Classics. She has been extensively publishing and leading projects in the field of both Classics and the Digital Humanities.
  
She has worked on Sixth and Fifth Century Athens. Much of her research has been devoted to the institution of ostracism and the history of the Areopagos Council. She has published a monograph on Hipparchos son of Charmos, the first man ostracized in Athens: [http://www.monicaberti.it/en/books/fra-tirannide-e-democrazia-2.html Fra tirannide e democrazia. Ipparco figlio di Carmo e il destino dei Pisistratidi ad Atene. Alessandria: Edizioni dell'Orso. 2004].
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Monica Berti's research interests are mainly focused on ancient Greece and the digital humanities. She is currently working on representing quotations and text reuses of ancient lost works (see Fragmentary Texts and demo.fragmentarytexts.org). She is implementing a Fragmentary Texts Editor (FTE) within Perseids, which is a collaborative platform being developed by the Perseus Project that leverages and extends pre-existing open-source tools and services to support editing and annotating TEI XML documents in Classics. Monica Berti is also leading the Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS), which is part of the Open Philology Project of the Humbolt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig.
  
She works also in the field of papyrology, editing texts of the collection of Ptolemaic papyri of the University of Genoa. In 2003 she participated in a seminar organized by the [http://vitelli.ifnet.it/ Istituto Papirologico "G. Vitelli" of Florence], working on inedited texts of the Heroninos archive.
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Contacts: monica.berti@uni-leipzig.de
  
Her current interests are focused both on Greek Historiography and Digital Humanities.
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[http://www.dh.uni-leipzig.de/wo/ Digital Humanities - Universität Leipzig]
She has just published the first volume of the edition of the fragments of Istrus the Callimachean for the Italian series "I Frammenti degli Storici Greci": [http://www.edizionitored.com/art/index-eng.asp?id=70 Istro il Callimacheo, I, Testimonianze e frammenti su Atene e sull'Attica. Tivoli (Roma): Tored. 2009].
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[http://www.monicaberti.com/ Monica Berti]:
 
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She works with the staff of the [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu Perseus Digital Library] on a project aiming to build a digital corpus of Greek fragmentary authors within the Perseus collection of classical sources.
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She is editor of the blog [http://www.fragmentarytexts.org Fragmentary Texts].
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Beside these works, she is interested in the history of ancient libraries. She is editor-in-chief of a project whose goal is the publication of a digital collection of sources on the Museum and the Ancient Library of Alexandria.
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Contacts: monberti@gmail.com
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[http://www.monicaberti.it/ Monica Berti]
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Revision as of 07:32, 13 August 2014

Monica Berti is a Classicist and Digital Humanist and she works as an assistant professor at the University of Leipzig (Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities), where she teaches courses in digital scholarly editing and textual criticism. She has been working since 2008 with the Perseus Digital Library at Tufts University, where she has been visiting professor in the Department of Classics. She has been extensively publishing and leading projects in the field of both Classics and the Digital Humanities.

Monica Berti's research interests are mainly focused on ancient Greece and the digital humanities. She is currently working on representing quotations and text reuses of ancient lost works (see Fragmentary Texts and demo.fragmentarytexts.org). She is implementing a Fragmentary Texts Editor (FTE) within Perseids, which is a collaborative platform being developed by the Perseus Project that leverages and extends pre-existing open-source tools and services to support editing and annotating TEI XML documents in Classics. Monica Berti is also leading the Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS), which is part of the Open Philology Project of the Humbolt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig.

Contacts: monica.berti@uni-leipzig.de

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