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Online Corpus of the Inscriptions of Ancient North Arabia

OCIANA :

un corpus en ligne d’inscriptions pré-islamiques de l’Arabie du Nord et du centre :

safaitic_graffiti_OCIANAIt provides a reading of each text both in roman transliteration and in fonts reproducing the ancient letters, together with a translation in English, references to earlier readings, commentary where necessary, bibliography, and all known information about the inscription (provenance, carving technique, relationship to other texts or to rock drawings, structures, etc.). Photographs (when available) and facsimiles of each text will also be shown on each record and will eventually be downloadable free at publishable resolutions. The Corpus will be easily updatable as new discoveries are made and will be fully searchable for names, words, grammatical features and subjects1.

Ce projet OCIANA a reçu le soutien de Arts & Humanitaires Research Council et est hébergé à l’université d’Oxford2.
Son équivalent existe pour les inscriptions d’Arabie du Sud, le DASI : http://dasi.humnet.unipi.it.

  1. source OCIANA []
  2. OCIANA, découverte à l’université d’été d’Oxford au cours de la semaine sur les digital humanities []

manuSciences ’15 : Franco-German Summer School in Manuscripts from Fragments to Books, from Identification to Interpretation

ManuScience

Appel à candidatures ouvert aux étudiants en master et doctorat, ainsi qu’aux chercheurs. Date limite le 26 mai.

Interdisciplinary approaches to manuscript studies combining lectures in history and philology with materials analysis, imaging techniques, digital humanities and computer science, complemented with practical courses on mobile instruments (XRF, RTI) and on computer programs.

Practical Courses

  • Portable instruments:
    • X-ray fluorescence and line scanning (H.-E.Mahnke, I.Rabin, F.Kutz)
    • Reflectance Transformation Imaging (K.Piquette)
    • Multispectral imaging microscopy (I.Rabin)
  • Computer programs:
    • 3d reconstruction in tomography (D.Handl, S.Engels)

QUAND  : du 6 au 12 septembre 2015
OÚ :  sur l’île de D-83256 Frauenchiemsee (Bayern) – www.frauenwoerth.de

Organisation de manuSciences ’15 :

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L’EPHE au “Digital Approaches to Hebrew Manuscripts”

L’EPHE au “Digital Approaches to Hebrew Manuscripts”

Ce 18 et 19 mai se tient au King’s College le colloque “Digital Approaches to Hebrew Manuscripts” auquel participe l’EPHE.

This two-day conference will explore the potential for the computer-assisted study of Hebrew manuscripts; discuss the intersection of Jewish Studies and Digital Humanities; and share methodologies.

Agenda des interventions  ‘EPHE’ :

  • Lundi 18 mai :
    • 9h30 : Colette Sirat, “The Study of Medieval Manuscripts in a Technological World”.
    • 15h30 : Judith Olszowy-Schlanger, “The Books Within Books Database and Its Contribution to Hebrew Palaeography”.
  • Mardi 19 mai, 11h45 : Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra, co-author Hayim Lapin (Université de Maryland) : A Digital Edition of the Mishna, “From Images to Facsimile, Text and Grammatical Analysis”.

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