August 2017 – Site migration update

As the Hoccleve Archive enters its 6th year based at the University of Texas at Austin, we are pleased to announce that we are migrating our site from the Texas Digital Library to UT’s College of Liberal Arts IT Service. This promises to provide an easier...

The HOCCLEX Files Prototype Launches

We are proud to announce the launch of our prototype of the Hoccleve Lexicon (the HOCCLEX). This is a major milestone on our path to a critical edition, and an important moment in the long and tangled history of Hoccleve and the digital humanities. The new lexicon...

A Successful Thesis Defense

GSU’s investment in the Hoccleve Archive has resulted in the first graduate degree involving the project. Sruthi Vuppala, who has worked for the past two years as a Student Innovation Fellow assigned to the Hoccleve Archive, recently defended her MS in computer...

Hoccleve Archive at the 2014 SAMLA

The GSU arm of the Hoccleve Archive recently presented a poster at the SAMLA in Atlanta. The conference theme this year was sustainability, and our poster highlighted the way that the Hoccleve Archive Project sustains a corpus of texts, and functions as a pedagogical...

Updates from the Hoccleve Archive

This fall, the Hoccleve Archive acquired a new batch of contributors at both its home institutions. At the University of Texas, Mark Watts have begun working on transforming a database of references to time in the Regiment of Princes into a digital concordance table,...

The Hoccleve Archive welcomes new collaborators

This fall, the Hoccleve Archive welcomes six new contributors, one from the University of Texas, and five Student Innovation Fellows from Georgia State University. The new members of the team are: Siva Charan Kondeti (Georgia State University, Computer Science MA...

NCS 2014 Rekjavik

While Thomas Hoccleve very likely never even considered a trip to Iceland during his life, we feel very fortunate to be able to say that the Hoccleve Archive is going to NCS 2014 in Rekjavik! Robin Wharton and Elon Lang have been accepted into the Digital Chaucer...

August 2013

This has been a busy summer for the Archive! We are currently working to establish the back-end infrastructure and data hierarchy to store and serve the files associated with the archive (including the ~6000 manuscript collation table scans that were completed this...

Scans complete / Welcoming new collaborator!

Two bits of news. Firstly, the scans of all ~6,000 of the Regiment of Princes Collation Tables have been completed by Emma Whelan at the UT-Austin LAITS Media Development Lab. They are currently stored offline awaiting file name modifications, metadata, and a little...

Revisions April 8-16, 2013

Currently I am hard at work revising and updating some of the site’s principal narrative content and have been publishing it piecemeal (‘plotmeel’ as Hoccleve says). Please do check back frequently as I continue to polish things up. The major goal of...