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'''DH Projects''' (current)
 
'''DH Projects''' (current)
* Project ''Die ägyptische und orientalische "'''[http://elephantine.smb.museum Rubensohn-Bibliothek]'''"'' (ÄMP, SMB, Berlin): '''[http://elephantine.smb.museum/dokumentation/ TEI/EpiDoc encoding]''' concept and DH workflow.
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* Project ''[[Rubensohn_Bibliothek|Die ägyptische und orientalische "'''Rubensohn-Bibliothek'''"]]'' (ÄMP, SMB, Berlin): ''' TEI/EpiDoc encoding''' concept and DH workflow.
  
* Project '''''The Rosetta Stone online''''': online publication of its text, richly annotated, link to test server on request.
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* Project '''''[[Rosetta_Stone_online|The Rosetta Stone online]]''''': online publication of its text, richly annotated, link to test server on request.
  
 
* Project '''''Encoding Complex Writing Systems''''' (EnCoWs): community discussiong the '''TEI/EpiDoc encoding''' of non-linear and/or iconic writing systems.
 
* Project '''''Encoding Complex Writing Systems''''' (EnCoWs): community discussiong the '''TEI/EpiDoc encoding''' of non-linear and/or iconic writing systems.

Latest revision as of 06:12, 9 October 2015

Dr. Daniel A. Werning

Daniel Werning studied Egyptology, General Linguistics, and Computer Sciences in Göttingen and Heidelberg (Germany).

He is now working at the Excellence Cluster "Topoi", Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany).

Contact and academic homepages: at HU Berlin, at Topoi.

Main Research interests

  • Ancient Egyptian Grammar, Hieroglyphic writing system, Language typology, Construction Grammar, Spatial linguistics;
  • Textual criticism;
  • Egyptian Netherworld Books, Theology of the Egyptian New Kingdom;
  • Digital Humanities, esp. TEI/EpiDoc.

DH Projects (current)

  • Project Encoding Complex Writing Systems (EnCoWs): community discussiong the TEI/EpiDoc encoding of non-linear and/or iconic writing systems.