Unfortunately, TEI is not well known enough in Russia, and I have not heard
of any large scale TEI publishing projects there.
There is a nice project of manuscript digital editions
based in Izhevsk. They are using a relational database technology, but they
are working on TEI XML export module for their texts
There is also a small corpus of Russian newspapers of 1990s marked up
in TEI http://www.artint.ru/cfrl/newspap.htm published by the Institute
for the Russian Language in Moscow.
Finally a hagiographical corpus is developed at St-Petersburg state
University http://project.phil.pu.ru/scat/. They are progressively
their texts into XML TEI.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gabriel Bodard" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2007 1:16 PM
Subject: TEI in Russia?
>A slightly off-beat question: are there any significant or highly reputed
>TEI publishing projects working in Russia that you know of? I'm looking for
>something that can be cited as a good precedent to a skeptical senior
>scholar, and couldn't see an example from a quick perusal of the projects
>list on the TEI website.
> Dr Gabriel BODARD
> (Epigrapher & Digital Classicist)
> Centre for Computing in the Humanities
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