Textual analysis

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:::Coffee, N., J.-P. Koenig, S. Poornima, C. Forstall, R. Ossewaarde, and S. Jacobson (2013) “The Tesserae Project: Intertextual Analysis of Latin Poetry.” <em>Literary and Linguistic Computing</em> forthcoming.
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:::Coffee, N., J.-P. Koenig, S. Poornima, C. Forstall, R. Ossewaarde, and S. Jacobson (2013) “The Tesserae Project: Intertextual Analysis of Latin Poetry.” <em>Literary and Linguistic Computing</em>. Forthcoming.
:::Coffee, N., J.-P. Koenig, S. Poornima, C. Forstall, R. Ossewaarde, and S. Jacobson (2012) “Intertextuality in the Digital Age.” <em>Transactions of the American Philological Association</em> 142.2.
:::Coffee, N., J.-P. Koenig, S. Poornima, C. Forstall, R. Ossewaarde, and S. Jacobson (2012) “Intertextuality in the Digital Age.” <em>Transactions of the American Philological Association</em> 142.2.

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Textual Analysis
The textual analysis working group is engaged in creating modes of analyzing and presenting texts that aid literary and cultural research.

Lead investigator: Neil Coffee
Group members: Susan G. Cole, Jean-Pierre Koenig, Chris Forstall, Katie Lamberto