Volume 20

What is TEI conformance, and why should you care?

1. Introduction The recommendations of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) seem to have become a defining feature of the methodological framework of the Digital Humanities, despite recurrent concerns that the system they define is at the same time both too rigorous for the manifold variability of humanistic text, and not… Read more

Querying Syntactic Constructions in Ancient Greek Parsed Corpora: A Case Study on the Genitive Absolute in Literature and Documentary Papyri

1. Introduction As a distinct and easily identifiable linguistic feature, the genitive absolute construction in Ancient Greek is an excellent example to illustrate how morphosyntactically annotated corpora can be examined for linguistic phenomena and what challenges arise in dealing with heterogeneous data such as papyrological material. [1]… Read more