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(PhD in Digital Humanities)
A Digital Critical Edition Of Homer: a possible future with which perspectives and with which possible consequences?
- Dr. Elena Pierazzo (Lecturer in Digital Humanities Department of Digital Humanities King's College London)(Lead Supervisor)
- Professor Giambattista D'Alessio (Professor of Greek Language & Literature Department of Classics King's College London)
The proposed research will analyse the possibilities of creating a digital critical edition of the first book of the Odyssey of Homer. The dissertation will describe the current situation in the printed editions of Homer. There will also be an analysis of the printed editions of the Homeric Scholia of the Odyssey. In a following part of the dissertation, the focus will shift towards the digital medium. There will be a literature review stating the status of digital critical editions, followed by a detailed analysis of two digital projects concerning Homer, The Chicago Homer and the Homer Multitext. The last two chapters will be addressed to the potential design of a digital critical edition and to the future maintenance of a possible project.
- The Digital Classicist Seminars 1 June 2012
- PhD Seminars Department of Digital Humanities
- Postgraduate Work-in-Progress Seminar 7 February 2014