Charlotte Tupman

Research Fellow in Digital Humanities

University of Exeter

About Charlotte

An ancient historian by training, I am a member of the Department of Classics and Ancient History and the Digital Humanities Lab at the University of Exeter. I have research interests in Latin Epigraphy – the study of inscriptions – and as one of the authors of the EpiDoc Guidelines I am involved in the collaborative development of standards for encoding and publishing inscriptions and papyri. With my colleague Jacqueline Christmas I hold an Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Research Award for the project ‘Reconsidering the Roman Workshop’, which applies machine learning to questions of how Latin inscriptions were created.