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8/13/2019 William L. Potter Workshop on TEI for Critical Editions @VU 2019 Digital Humanities Bootcamp

Syriaca.org Research Assistant William L. Potter led a workshop on the use of TEI XML for constructing digital critical editions of texts during Vanderbilt University’s 2019 Digital Humanities Bootcamp.

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8/12/2019 William L. Potter lightning talk @VU 2019 Digital Humanities Bootcamp: “Syriaca.org: Digital Tools for a Culture Facing Genocide”

Syriaca.org Research Assistant William L. Potter presented a lightning talk overviewing the purpose and design of Syriaca.org during Vanderbilt University’s 2019 Digital Humanities Bootcamp.

Posted by on August 12, 2019 in Uncategorized, , ,


08/05/2019 William Potter Hired as Research Assistant for Digital Cultural Heritage @Vanderbilt University and Syriaca.org

Vanderbilt University and Syriaca.org are pleased to announce the hiring of William Potter as a Research Assistant for Digital Cultural Heritage effective August 5, 2019. His appointment is jointly sponsored by the Vanderbilt Center for Digital Humanities, Vanderbilt’s Digital Cultural Heritage Research Cluster, Vanderbilt Divinity School, and Vanderbilt’s Chancellor’s Faculty Fellows program. William received a…

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5/3/2019 Official Release: Srophe App @Vanderbilt U. “Cultural Heritage at Scale Symposium” #CHAS19

On May 3, 2019, Syriaca.org was proud to announce the release of the Srophé App, an eXist-DB application which enables researchers to encode and link historical data. The release took place as part of the “Encoding Cultural Heritage at Scale Symposium,” and was accompanied by a panel discussion of the app and its features led…

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5/2/2019 Daniel Schwartz Conference Presentation @Vanderbilt U. “Cultural Heritage at Scale Symposium” #CHAS19: “From Text to Data and Back Again: Modeling Syriac Heritage with TEI and Linked Data”

On May 2, 2019, Syriaca.org Director Daniel Schwartz will present “From Text to Data and Back Again: Modeling Syriac Heritage with TEI and Linked Data,” a presentation on Syriaca.org’s forthcoming SPEAR module, a digital, factoid-based prosopography for Syriac studies as part of the “Encoding Cultural Heritage at Scale Symposium,” May 2-3, 2019, Vanderbilt University ·…

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