Session Title

CLASP II: A Consolidated Library of Anglo-Saxon Poetry (A Workshop)

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Consolidated Library of Anglo-Saxon Poetry (CLASP)

Organizer Name

Rachel A. Burns

Organizer Affiliation

Univ. of Oxford

Presider Name

Rachel A. Burns

Paper Title 1

Workshop Facilitator

Presenter 1 Name

Colleen M. Curran

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. of Oxford

Paper Title 2

Workshop Facilitator

Presenter 2 Name

Rachel A. Burns

Start Date

9-5-2020 10:00 AM

Description

CLASP is an ERC-funded project producing a comprehensive digital library of all surviving verse from Anglo-Saxon England in Latin and Old English, marked up through TEI P5 XML to facilitate the identification of idiosyncratic features of sound, metre, spellings, diction, syntax, formulas, themes, and genres across the corpus. Such identifications will forge connections and demonstrate chains of influence both within and between the two main literary languages of Anglo-Saxon England.

In this interactive session, participants will explore sections of the CLASP databases, and experiment with searching for and working with data. Participants should bring a laptop computer or similar device from which to work.

Rachel Burns

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May 9th, 10:00 AM

CLASP II: A Consolidated Library of Anglo-Saxon Poetry (A Workshop)

CLASP is an ERC-funded project producing a comprehensive digital library of all surviving verse from Anglo-Saxon England in Latin and Old English, marked up through TEI P5 XML to facilitate the identification of idiosyncratic features of sound, metre, spellings, diction, syntax, formulas, themes, and genres across the corpus. Such identifications will forge connections and demonstrate chains of influence both within and between the two main literary languages of Anglo-Saxon England.

In this interactive session, participants will explore sections of the CLASP databases, and experiment with searching for and working with data. Participants should bring a laptop computer or similar device from which to work.

Rachel Burns