We have concluded our round of “startup” funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities Office of Digital Humanities. Our White Paper documents our activities and our outcomes for the period, including the following grant products:
- A Digitized Coptic Corpus in Multiple Formats and Visualizations
- Digital and Computational Tools (tokenizer, part of speech tagger, lemmatizer, and more and more)
- ANNIS Database instance to query and search the multilayer corpus
- Documentation in the toolsets, on our wiki, and on our blog
- Web application for users to reading and cite visualizations of textual data
- Symposium and workshop (“Digital Coptic 2,” March 2015) at Georgetown U + public tutorial and workshop at the Coptic Congress
- Articles and conference papers to distribute the results of our work
CHECK IT OUT! We heartily thank the NEH ODH for its support, as well as the NEH Preservation and Access division for their concurrent grant. We also thank all of our participants, contributors, and collaborators, who are numerous and are outlined in the White Paper.
See also our White Paper for the P&A grant submitted in August.