Recording Available: Princeton Geniza Project Roundtable

On September 15, collaborators from the two-year research partnership between the Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) and the Princeton Geniza Project (PGP) gathered for a virtual roundtable discussion moderated by CDH Executive Director Natalia Ermolaev and organized by Princeton Geniza Lab project manager Jessica Parker.

The event celebrated the launch of PGP v. 4, the new PGP database that allows users to search, filter, and view images and transcriptions of thousands of documents found in the geniza chamber of the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo.

Among the topics of discussion were the features of the PGP database and website, the transition from a spreadsheet to a relational database for organizing and editing PGP data, and much more.

The panelists included:

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