About The Oxford-BYU Syriac Corpus project
The Syriac Corpus is a curated digital repository of TEI encoded texts written in classical Syriac. The interface provides effective browse and search functionality. Use the above search box to perform basic string searches, or browse the corpus by title or by author. The Search Tools button accesses more advanced searches. Individual texts may be downloaded to facilitate publishing projects, such as the production of critical editions, and research, such as more advanced corpus linguistic analysis. We invite users to submit corrections and to contribute digital texts.
- Prof. David G.K. Taylor, editor-in-chief, University of Oxford
- Prof. Aaron Butts, The Catholic University of America
- Prof. Muriel Debié, École pratique des hautes études, Paris
- Dr. Kristian S. Heal, Brigham Young University
- Dr. George A. Kiraz, Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute
- Prof. David A. Michelson, Vanderbilt University
- Prof. Daniel L. Schwartz, Texas A&M University
- Prof. James E. Walters, Rochester College
- Prof. Dr. Dorothea Weltecke, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main
Support for the Syriac Corpus has been provided by the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture at Texas A&M University, the Oriental Institute at the University of Oxford, the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship at Brigham Young University, and Vanderbilt University. The corpus is built on an instance of the Srophe app.