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PeopleJ. Matthew Harrington
Department of Classics
330 Eaton Hall
Medford, MA 02155
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This form of analysis is a resource for making even the most complex Latin or Greek transparent, allowing students of the language at all levels to work toward a full appreciation of the semantic nuance of the texts. Concurrently, as machine-actionable XML data sets, these treebanks will form the basis of quantitative analysis of Latin and Greek stylistics and usage as further texts are added to the fully-analyzed corpus.
The operation of language in its social context is central to his approach to any author or text, and thus his extensive archaeological background in both Italy and Greece is vital to his understanding of the lived experiences that underlie the fluid semantic fields of ancient literary vocabularies. Among his primary interests is the interplay of social discourses across the domains of linguistic practice and material culture. In 2006-2007, he was a Regular Member of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. He has worked with field excavations at the Athenian Agora, Corinth, Pompeii, Gabii, Roma, Samothrace, and Provence. In addition to field excavation, he has done extensive work with the documentation and 3d reconstruction of Pisidian Antioch and of the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace. Among his primary interests in the field of Classical Archaeology are the intersection of cultural practice with Greco-Roman constructed space and the interplay of social discourses across the domains of linguistic practice and material culture.
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