Posts Tagged by Digital Humanities
|March 1, 2018||Filled under Featured, Visiting Scholars||
We are pleased to welcome Thomas Köntges of University of Leipzig for a CHS Online Open House discussion titled, Re-Re-Counting Plato: This Time with More Data.
How does Aristotle usually quote Plato? When Aristotle mentions Socrates, does he refer to Plato’s Socrates?
It will take place on Thursday, March 8, at 11:00 a.m. EST. Read more…
|June 21, 2017||Filled under Featured, News||
This summer, as we do every summer, we’ll remove the bindings so to speak from the medieval manuscripts and fully examine their contents, study surviving papyrus fragments in all their multiform messiness, and try to visualize without judgment the Iliad known to Plato and Aeschines. The attested multiforms of the Iliad give us an opportunity to know and appreciate a wider range of performance traditions for this remarkable poem than most of us have been taught to do. Read more…