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Digital Medievalist
62 Publications


  • Research communities and open collaboration: the example of the Digital Classicist wik

    The so-called Web 2.0 technologies bring with them new opportunities and new challenges in the field of scholarship. With social software we have a new set of tools with innovative possibilities and it is up to the community of practitioners in the area of the intersection between scholarship and technology to make effective use of them. This paper is part of the author's continuing research into the use of social software (blogs and wikis amongst others) as tools for education (meaning teach...

    Designing the Old English Newsletter bibliography database

    The annual bibliography of the Old English Newsletter is a reference work of first resort in the field of Anglo-Saxon studies; the Bibliographies from 1973 to 2002, formerly available only in back issues of OEN, are now available online in a searchable database. This essay describes how this database was conceived and created using MySQL and PHP. It discusses the structure of the data tables used to contain the bibliography items, the system used to insert new items, the search functions used...

    Easy tools to get to grips with linguistic variation in the manuscripts of Njáls saga.

    The project The Variance of Njáls saga examines variation in the sixty-three medieval and post-medieval manuscripts of Njáls saga from a linguistic, philological, and literary perspective. This saga is the most extensive of the Icelandic family sagas and is thought to have been composed around 1280. The following article describes methods used in the project to identify synchronic variation at a linguistic level in the fourteenth century manuscripts of the saga, and aspects of an analysis of ...

    Bytes, Words, Texts: The Anglo-Norman Dictionary and its Text-Base

    This paper summarizes how the Anglo-Norman Dictionary project has developed from an originally paper-based and print dictionary, to a fully digital, freely available online resource, comprising not only the Dictionary itself, but a substantial text-base in the same XML format as the Dictionary. The paper reviews the history of the Dictionary; the principles of structured encoding; the relationship between the citations (attestations) in the Dictionary, as instances of parole, and the broader ...

    New Tools for Exploring, Analysing and Categorising Medieval Scripts

    In this paper we introduce the numerical tools that have been developed in the context of the Graphem project, in order to automate or leverage several steps in the study of medieval writing samples. We first describe various kinds of features that have been extracted from the samples, and then present two graphical tools to compare writing samples according to the features that have been extracted.
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