Sunday, May 19, 2024

Videos of the presentations from "Perceptions of Writing in Papyri. Crossing Close and Distant Readings. Online Conference 7-8 December 2023, Basel University"

1. Isabelle Marthot-Santaniello, University of Basel (CH): “State of the Art in Computational Paleography of Papyri: at Hand, Hopes and Wishes”              

3. Dominique Stutzmann, IRHT, Paris (FR) and Humboldt-Universität, Berlin (DE), “Closeness, Distance, and Identification of Writers in Latin Paleography.”


5. Claire Clivaz, DH+, SIB, Lausanne (CH) & RSCS, UCLouvain, (BE), “Looking digitally at a papyrus: P45 in scholarship.”

7. Roxanne Bélanger Sarrazin, University of Oslo (NO), “What a Magical Tool! Studying Coptic Apocrypha and Magic in the Age of Databases.”

9. Pedro Garcia-Baro, Giuseppe de Gregorio, Olga Serbaeva and Isabelle Marthot-Santaniello, Universities of Zurich and Basel (CH), “Biblical Majuscule: Computer Spotted Features and Palaeographer’s Perception.”

11. Marja Vierros, University of Helsinki (FI), “Writer’s style in Greek Documentary Papyri: issues of orthography, linguistic style and authorship.”

13. Aneta Skalec, La Sapienza University, Rome (IT), “Misthosis monogram in the Late Antiquity Hermopolites lease contracts”

2. Jean-Luc Fournet, Collège de France, Paris (FR), “Understanding a text before reading it? The contribution of a document’s form to its interpretation”


4. Laurent Pinchard, Institut Catholique de Paris (FR), “Testing the Boismard-Lamouille Theory on Acts 16.13-17.10 in 𝔓127: Heresy or Evidence?”

6. Mladen Popović, University of Groningen (NL), “Assessing Writing Style and Quality by Combining Traditional Palaeography and AI, the Case of the Great Isaiah Scroll from the Dead Sea Scrolls”

8. Nicola Reggiani, University of Udine (IT), “The Artificial Papyrologist at work: automatic identification of scribes and dating of handwritings in an ongoing project at the University of Udine – theoretical outlines and case studies.”

10. Victoria B. Fendel, University of Oxford (UK), “When the lines get blurred: Support-verb constructions in the documentary papyri.”

12. C. Michael Sampson, University of Manitoba (CA), “To <g> or not to <g>: Paratext, Materiality, and the Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri.”



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