CLARIAH Lunch Lecture: Patterns in Translation
The Peshitta, the Syriac translation of the Hebrew Bible, has been well-studied in traditional scholarship. Nevertheless, it still remains under explored from a computational perspective. Digitization methods of the ETCBC have made it possible to open this text up for machine translation scrutiny.
In this lunch lecture, Mathias Coeckelbergs will summarize the findings for the PaTraCoSy project (PAtterns in TRAnslation: Using COlibri Core for the SYriac Bible). The overall goal of this project is to use the Colibri Core environment to detect translation patterns between the Hebrew Bible and the Peshitta, its Syriac translation, thus providing a follow-up of the CLARIAH research pilot Linking Syriac Data.
About CLARIAH Lunch Lectures
CLARIAH hosts many fellows with various kinds of research. The Lunch Lectures series offer a great opportunity to get a glimpse of what they have been working on. They are open and accessible to everyone.