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I am interested in digital means to make the texts of the classical world accessible to cultural and literary analysis in deeper and more flexible ways. There are a variety of current electronic tools available to classicists, but to this point these are mostly limited to allowing simple word searches and morphological analysis. My current DHIB-funded project, "Classical Intertextual Scanning Software," with J.-P. Koenig of Linguistics, will be a significant step toward digital stylistic and reception analysis by providing maps of intertextual links within and among Latin works. The project design calls for a modular platform which can then be adapted for other languages.

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