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Fitting personal interpretation with the semantic web

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December 22, 2017

Critical Commentary

Discusses the Pliny Project (Center for Computing in the Humanities at King's College, London, funded in part by Mellon Foundation) and its development of annotation tools to support the processes and workflows of the interpretive humanities. The project is in a very similar problem space to PECE's, but also with important differences; these should be drawn out in our annotations. The module is no longer being developed, according to the project website:

It is in the WorldPECE Zotero library so as soon as that is imported here we can add the entry but until then:

Bradley, John, and Michele Pasin. 2017. “Fitting Personal Interpretation with the Semantic Web: Lessons Learned from Pliny” 11 (1).