Reminder: eScripta at DH2019

As mentioned in a previous post, eScripta is represented at Digital Humanities 2019 in several different sessions. We now have the full details:

  • What: A workshop on Archetype took place yesterday, in which participants installed the system on their computer and learned how to apply it to their own research.
    When: Workshop WS-07, Monday (9 July), all day
    Where: Punt
  • What: I (Peter Stokes) will be speaking on a panel about ERC funding.
    When: Thursday lunch (11 July), 12h30–13h30
    Where: Pandora Foyer
  • What: There will be a poster on eScripta, and Ben Kiessling and I (Peter Stokes) will be there to talk to you about it and give live demonstrations.
    When: PS Poster Session, Thursday afternoon (11 July), 15h30–17h
    Where: Plein 6
  • What: Ben will be giving a short paper on ‘Kraken, A Universal Text Recogniser for the Humanities’.
    When: Session SP-26, Friday morning (12 July), 11h–12h30
    Where: Cloud 9

We very much look forward to seeing you there!

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Peter A. Stokes

Peter Stokes is directeur d'études en humanités numériques et computationnelles appliquées à l’étude de l’écrit ancien (approximately 'research professor in digital and computational humanities applied to historical writing') at the École Pratique des Hautes Études – Université PSL, Section des Sciences Historiques et Philologiques, in Laboratoire Archéologie et Philologie d’Orient et d’Occident (AOROC, UMR 8546). His current primary research focus is on multigraphism (the use of different scripts or writing-systems), particularly in medieval Europe, combining the fields of palaeography, digital humanities and informatics.

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