Month: August 2018

Coptic Scriptorium wins DHAG grant from the NEH

We are very pleased to report that the National Endowment for the Humanities just announced their approval of a new Stage III Digital Humanities Advancement Grant continuing their long-standing support of our work in Coptic Scriptorium. The new grant is titled: A Linked Digital Environment for Coptic Studies: Integrating Heterogeneous Data with Machine Learning and Natural […]

Coptic SCRIPTORIUM at the UCLA-St Shenouda Coptic Studies Conference

Coptic SCRIPTORIUM’s Carrie Schroeder presented a paper on our project’s latest work at the nineteenth annual UCLA-St. Shenouda Society Coptic Studies Conference.  As usual, the conference showcased papers from a diverse set of presenters, with scholarship on early monasticism all the way to modern Coptic architecture.  We thank Hany Takla, President of the Society and longtime friend of […]