• Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition: A Labor of Love

    Author(s):
    Ronelle Alexander, Quinn Dombrowski (see profile) , Vladimir Zhobov
    Date:
    2019
    Subject(s):
    Bulgarian culture, Bulgarian language, Dialectology, Digital humanities, Slavic linguistics
    Item Type:
    Article
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/901g-z264
    Abstract:
    Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition (BDLT) has been one of the longest-running Slavic digital humanities projects in the United States. Initially conceived in 2008 as a series of printed volumes, the digital project was built upon the foundation of a long-term international collaboration dating to the 1970’s. As BDLT nears completion in 2019, this paper reflects on the trajectory of its development and its sustainability as an unfunded digital humanities project, and the ways it can serve as both a model and cautionary tale for others who seek to undertake similar work.
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