Issue 1

Cretan Homers: Tradition, Politics, Fieldwork

Metaphors, as we are increasingly reminded, really matter. [1] In this paper I would like to take seriously the metaphor that punningly underlies our conference title, The Homerizon. The notion of horizon requires us to think of perspective, and that, in turn, means we must… Read more

The Invention of Ossian

In recent years a number of Homerists have approached the so-called Homeric Question by investigating Homer as author and “inventor” of the poetic tradition that we know as the Iliad. [1] Graziosi turns this approach on its head and instead explores how the ancient Greeks… Read more

From GML to XML

Article Contents Summary   Looking for Dionysos   The Era of the Index Card   Community Computing   The Obstacle Course   The Happy Ending   Bibliography       … Read more

Demos: Challenges and Lessons

Article Contents Summary Introduction Down the Pipe What You Get for Free The PDFs and the Economics of Transformation The Challenge of Canonical Citation, or, Don’t Mess   with the DTD A Good Use of Standoff Markup… Read more