A new exhibition at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) at Saint John’s University, examines manuscript fragments. Fragmented Beauty features manuscripts that span a time period of over 1,500 years and are of European and non-European origin.
Source: News from HMML – HMML
The Corpus Thomisticum project aims to provide scholars with a set of instruments of research on Thomas Aquinas, freely available via Internet.
Source: A Brief Introduction to the Corpus Thomisticum
The WordHoard project is named after an Old English phrase for the verbal treasure ‘unlocked’ by a wise speaker. It applies to highly canonical literary texts the insights and techniques of corpus linguistics, that is to say, the empirical and computer-assisted study of large bodies of written texts or transcribed speech. In the WordHoard environment, such texts are annotated or tagged by morphological, lexical, prosodic, and narratological criteria. They are mediated through a ‘digital page’ or user interface that lets scholarly but non-technical users explore the greatly increased query potential of textual data kept in such a form.
Source: WordHoard – What is WordHoard?