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21 janvier 2021
10-11hhttps://jitsi.iro.umontreal.ca/GREN_EditionsCritiques1_AP_21janvier

Within the framework of the collaborative publishing project of the Palatine Anthology led by the CRCEN, a digital space for the discovery, study and appropriation of this ancient and fragmentary corpus has been designed and is currently under development. The platform is designed in collaboration with Perseids and will be open to all, both in reading and writing. It will gather all the established versions and translations of the Anthology, all the handwritten data (including the scholies), and has the ambition to be adapted to the needs of the scientific community as well as to the curiosity of the general public. The major challenge in the realization of this space is the following: how to design a data model to describe the anthological object, the epigram, to present the aspects of a philological work? In order to tag the text for research purposes as well as for wider public dissemination, we are currently working on data models and text ontologies that are key questions for critical digital publishing.

In association with the Canadian Digital Humanities Society (CSDH/SCHN) and our center, the Groupe de Recherche sur les Éditions critiques en contexte Numérique (GREN) is pleased to announce a two-part event. The first part is a discussion of two articles on the Palatine Anthology project led by Marcello Vitali-Rosati (Université de Montréal), with Aurélien Berra (Université de Paris Nanterre) as respondent :

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For a participative edition of the Palatine Anthology "

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