Vol. 12 No. 12 (2022): Exploring Digital Literature and Humanities in Ireland
Sezione monografica / Monographic Section

Incrementally Does It: New Perspectives and New Opportunities in Early Medieval Digital Humanities

Published June 30, 2022
Keywords
  • Computus,
  • Digital Editing,
  • Early Medieval Latin,
  • Exegesis,
  • Philology
How to Cite
Corrigan, S. (2022). Incrementally Does It: New Perspectives and New Opportunities in Early Medieval Digital Humanities. Studi Irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies, 12(12), 57-71. https://doi.org/10.36253/SIJIS-2239-3978-13742

Abstract

This article engages with the Digital Humanities as they relate to the field of early medieval textual analysis in Ireland. The starting point for this piece is the Irish Research Council New Foundations “Early Medieval Digital Humanities” Project, coordinated by the author in 2019. These workshops fostered discussion and collaboration between two IRC Laureate Projects, “Ireland and Carolingian Brittany: Texts and Transmission”, led by Dr. Jacopo Bisagni (Classics, NUIG), and “Irish Foundations of Carolingian Europe”, led by Dr. Immo Warntjes (History, TCD), and numerous international scholars and experts in the field of early medieval DH. In addition to reporting some of the outcomes and insights of this project, this article also offers a selective survey of ongoing work in this field.

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