The Greek Learner Texts Project is a collaborative effort to produce openly-licensed, annotated texts in Ancient Greek for extensive reading.
What We’re Producing
- openly-licensed, high-quality, citable base texts in a standard, machine-actionable format
- tooling which produces online and print versions of the texts
- corpus-based vocabulary lists for language learners (and producers of graded Greek reading material)
- linguistic annotation necessary to do things like track vocabulary, produce context-specific glosses, etc.
Who We Are
- James Tauber — https://jktauber.com
- Seumas Macdonald — https://thepatrologist.com
- Fletcher Hardison — http://www.amindforlanguage.com
- Christoph Jasinski — https://github.com/sleeptillseven
- Fergus Walsh — http://www.fergusjpwalsh.co.uk
- David Maddock — http://davemaddock.com
- Ken M. Penner — http://pseudepigrapha.org
- Nathan D. Smith — http://nathan.smithfam.info
- Bryan Forbes — https://github.com/bryanforbes
- Eric Sowell — http://ericsowell.com
- Ivy Livingston — https://scholar.harvard.edu/livingston
and many others on Slack (see below).
We have a Slack workspace https://greek-learner-texts.slack.com/. If you’re interested in joining, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org introducing yourself and he’ll invite you to Slack.
If there are any texts you’re interested in helping add, see the Guide for Shepherds.