Thesaurus Linguae Hibernicae is a project of the School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore & Linguistics at University College Dublin. It aims to provide web access to digital editions of texts in Early and Medieval Irish as a research tool for scholars and resource for teachers. This work has been made possible by the generosity of Professor Marianne McDonald of the University of California (San Diego), through The Ireland Funds. The project follows the guidelines of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) for digital scholarly editions.
TLH aims to provide digital editions of the following materials:
- Texts in the Franciscan A manuscripts, now in the custody of UCD
- New diplomatic transcriptions of published and unpublished texts.
- Scholarly editions no longer easily available
This choice has been made on the basis of perceived scholarly needs and the desire to avoid duplicating the work of other scholarly digital projects.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of Professor Emeritus Próinséas Ní Chatháin, Professor Emeritus Séamas Ó Catháin and Professor Liam Mac Mathúna for facilitating the work of the project in the former Department of Early Irish and in the present School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore & Linguistics, UCD.
Director: Professor Patricia Kelly
Editors: Dr Niall Brady, Dr Hugh Fogarty
- Dr Judith Wusteman, School of Information & Library Studies, UCD
- Mr John Dunnion, School of Computer Science & Informatics, UCD
- Dr Susan Schreibman, former Director of the Digital Humanities Observatory, now Trinity College Dublin
Dr Gerald Manning, Dr Brenda Gray, Dr Hugh Fogarty, David Hughes, Máire Mac Aongusa, Niall Ó Siadhail, Linda Heidkamp, Michael Byrnes, Kate Butler
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