Greek and Latin in an Age of Open Data, Schedule

Time (CET) Presenters Title
Day 1 – Monday, December 1
17:00 Marco Passarotti Classicists, Digital Humanists and Computational Linguists. Allies, not Enemies
17:20 Caio Vieira Reis de Camargo Creating an automatic method for generating references for a commented edition of a literary text
17:40 Chiara Salvagni Copyright and time constraint of a digital critical project in Classics
18:00 Fahad Khan, Francesca Frontini and Monica Monachini A Model for Representing Diachronic Semantic Information in Lexico-Semantic Resources on the Semantic Web
18:20 Mark Depauw and Yanne Broux Linking digital tools for the Ancient World through Trismegistos stable identifiers
18:40 Maurizio Lana geolat: meeting the ancient Romans on the [Google | Open Street | …] maps
19:00 Pietro Liuzzo Translations of Greek and Latin Inscriptions Online
19:20 Riccardo Del Gratta, Arsalane Zarghili, Ouafae Nahli, Angelo Del Grosso and Federico Boschetti From text to cloud
19:40 Thibault Clérice and Matthew Munson Analyzing Open Data: The Automatic Creation of Thesauri for Classical Languages
20:00 Alice Borgna Classics in crisis. Can Digital Libraries help? The DigilibLT case.
Day 2 – Tuesday, December 2
17:00 Andrew Boudon, Nikolas Churik, Brian Clark, Mary Ebbott, Stephanie Lindeborg, Christopher Ryan, Alexander Simrell and Neel Smith A Redefinition of Classical Scholarship
17:20 Donald Sturgeon and John S. Y. Lee Phrase-based alignment of classical Chinese and English
17:40 Irene Rossi, Alessandra Avanzini and Annamaria De Santis DASI: a tool for learning the languages of pre-Islamic Arabia
18:00 Kam Tang Lau, Yan Song and Pang Fei Kwok Measuring Synonyms in Erya by Probabilistic Semantics
18:20 Petra Šoštarić and Luka Špoljarić Levels of aligned translations
18:40 Samuel Huskey, June Abbas and Christopher Weaver The Digital Latin Library as an Open Access Publisher of Digital Critical Editions
19:00 Thomas Koentges Anti Frater Magnus: Collaborative Publication Methods for Open Text-Critical Editions
19:20 Javier Velaza and Gemma Bernadó What should we gain with Digital Editions? (Towards a preliminary Decalogue)
19:40 Alice Paglia Response Talk
19:50 Dariya Rafiyenko Response Talk
Day 3 – Wednesday, December 3
17:00 Lucia Sano Teaching Classics in the 21st Century: a work in progress in the Federal University of São Paulo/Brazil
17:20 Martim R. Silva Creating materials and exploring interests: Ancient Greek in Northeast Brazil
17:40 Stella Dee Dead White Men? Why Open Philology Can’t Be Open Without Talking About Race
18:00 Tue Søvsø Promoting Greek and Latin within the Universities
18:20 Usama Gad Greek and Latin in Egypt
18:40 Walter Roberts Greek the DGL WAY — Elementary Greek Instruction Reconsidered
19:00 Philippe Verkerk and Yves Ouvrard Collatinus, a versatile tool for studying Latin
19:20 Abdelmonem Aly Lightning Talk: Statistics in the Greek Linguistic Studies, A Computational Approach
19:25 Dimitar Dragnev Lightning Talk: GREEK AND LATIN IN THE AGE OF OPEN DATA – A CONTEMPORARY RES PUBLICA LITTERARUM?
19:30 Lilia Leushina Lightning Talk: Classical Philology in Siberia: the problem of specialization and graduate studies
19:35 Olga Osipova Lightning Talk: Classics for Religious Studies: teaching Latin and Ancient Greek at the Department of Religious Studies, Moscow State University
19:40 John Arnold Lightning Talk: The Future of Classical Languages and the Liberal Arts
19:45 Andrew Dunning Lightning Talk: Greek and Latin for Scientists
19:50 Jennifer Sheridan Moss and Jaclyn Dudek Lightning Talk: Designing a Skills-Based Learning Scaffold in an Undergraduate Classics Curriculum
Day 4 – Thursday, December 4
17:00 Andrew Boudon, Nikolas Churik, Brian Clark, Mary Ebbott, Stephanie Lindeborg, Christopher Ryan, Alexander Simrell and Neel Smith Digital Access and the Practicality of Citizen Scholarship
17:20 Andrea Balbo Nova Latina Itinera? Teaching Latin in Italian Switzerland
17:40 Eleni Bozia and Angelos Barmpoutis Reviving Classical Drama: Virtual Reality and Experiential Learning in a traditional classroom.
18:00 Paul Dilley Graduate Education in the Digital Humanities: The Place of Classics
18:20 Anise D’Orange Ferreira, Michel Reis, Boschiero Paula and Katia Stamberk From classroom to labs: contributing to open data through teaching and learning Greek with Alpheios tools
18:40 Emily Franzini, Monica Lent, Maria Moritz, Maryam Foradi and Thomas Köntges AncientGeek: A Historical Language Learning Application Powered By Primary Source Text
19:00 Jelena Banjac and Lovorka Lučić A CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH A LATIN INSCRIPTIONS
19:20 Tatia Mtvareidze, Maia Shukhoshvili and Ana Zhorzholiani The CLMTH Project as an Experiment of Implementing DH Tools in Teaching Ancient Languages and Texts
19:40 Walter Roberts Three Quarrels: Lexical Grammatical Aids to Homer’s Iliad