Philology in an Electronic Age

Crane, Gregory
Bamman, David
Babeu, Alison

This paper considers two questions, one broad and thus more a series of further questions, the other more practical and with a particular suggestion for action. This paper emerges from a July 2002 conference about lexica and few would be willing to argue that classicists could not improve upon the foundations left to us by Liddell, Scott, Jones, and the others who labored on our shared Greek-Engli... read more

Humanities computing
Digital libraries
Classical scholarship
Electronic philology
Language technologies
Perseus Project
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