The Vanderbilt University community is invited to join our course on Monday, April 21 for public presentations of student research using XML and XQuery. The ten-minute presentations will run from 2:10-3:00 p.m. and be held in Furman 003 (Center for Second Language Studies). The presentations are open the university community.
"Indivisible Content and Form: A Prototype of Image Citation in the Syriaca.org Projects," Tucker Hannah
"Finding Colophons in Syriaca.org: Exploring the TEI Encoding Model," Justin Arnwine and Anthony Davis
"Using DIMLI to Create a Digital Catalog of Early Christian Sarcophagi," Julia Nations-Quiroz and Mark Ellison
"Encoding U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Investigation Files on Conscientious Objectors from World War I," Joshua Jeffery
"Scriptural Focal Points in Hymns that Reference the Book of Job," Aaron Doenges