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Collegium

May 2015

  • How does the presentation or reception of textual objects distort their interpretation?
  • How do scholars practice their responsibility to textual accuracy, truth, or authenticity?  

This Collegium will feature leading researchers who work on a range of different types of textual exploration: from medieval multilingualism and manuscript studies to early modern performativity; from Native American spiritual objects to nineteenth-century archives and their digital lives. 

Research Projects

The Stanford Text Technologies research projects include:

Recent News

May 26 2015
Please join us for "Sex, Politics, and Graffiti in Ancient Pompeii," a talk by Matthew Loar (Stanford Text Technologies Fellow) at 4pm on May 28, 2015. The talk will be held in CESTA (Building 160) Room 432. Food and drinks will be provided.