Marieke Meelen, a consultant for Open Philology, presented a new paper on the parsed version of the annotated corpus of Tibetan (PACTib) at the 19th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories, where she mentioned our Project’s ERC grant in the acknowledgements.
The video presentation can be found at the bottom of the News page.
The Open Philology project is delighted to have signed a number of Memoranda of Understanding with partners, as follows:
The team continues to meet online to discuss progress.
Team members Gregory Forgues and Rafal Felbur, along with the PI, met with Paul Vierthaler to discuss one of the databases we are preparing.
With life in the Netherlands slowly returning to normal, the Open Philology team met in real life, outdoors, in perfect picnic weather, to discuss work and to reinvigorate the team spirit, which had been tested by the lockdown.
The Open Philology team is meeting virtually during this horrible time of pandemic, continuing our work toward alignment of the Chinese and Tibetan texts of the Mahāratnakūṭa collection. The team is now working to "score" the accuracy of alignments, in order to improve the algorithm's efforts to automatically align, our ultimate goal.
We wish only health to everyone!
The 15th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies - IATS2019
Professor Silk lectures in Tokyo and Kyoto.
Digital Access to Textual Cultural Heritage 2019 Annual Conference - DATeCH2019
Department of East Asian Studies at Tel Aviv University - Departmental Colloquium 'Editing without an Ur-text: Buddhist Sūtras, Rabbinic Text Criticism, and the Open Philology Digital Humanities Project'
Association for Asian Studies 2019 Annual Conference - AAS2019
9th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities - DADH2018
|27.10.2020||TLT workshop (Online)||Marieke Meelen||Text Presentation|
|21.01.2020||Guest Lecture (Heidelberg)||Rafal Felbur||-|
|11.11.2019||The <Linked Open Data> Workshop for <Buddhist> and <Tibetan> Studies (New York)||Jonathan Silk, Gregory Forgues||-|
|7.07 - 13.07.2019||The 15th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies (Paris)||Jonathan Silk, Gregory Forgues, Christopher Handy||Forgues|
|May 2019||Guest Lectures (Tokyo and Kyoto)||Jonathan Silk||Lectures|
|8.05 - 10.05.2019||Digital Access to Textual Cultural Heritage 2019 Annual Conference (Brussels)||Christopher Handy, Marieke Meelen||Poster|
|26.03.2019||Departmental Colloquium (Tel Aviv)||Jonathan Silk||-|
|21.03 - 24.03.2019||Association for Asian Studies 2019 Annual Conference (Denver)||Christopher Handy||-|
|18.12 - 21.12.2018||9th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (Taipei)||Christopher Handy||-|
|12.09 - 14.09.2018||Open Philology - rKTs meeting (Leiden)||-|
|27.04 - 27.04.2018||Digital Humanities Asia 2018 Summit (Stanford)||Christopher Handy||-|
|19.01 - 23.01.2018||Open Philology - Chris Blackwell, Furman University (Leiden)||Jonathan Silk, Christopher Handy, Jiang Yixiu||-|