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Feedback on the Chicago Homer for future development.

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    Ahuvia Kahane
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    Dear Colleagues,

    We are writing to ask for some feedback about the Chicago Homer project http://homer.library.northwestern.edu/ in advance of some possible future updates/development.

    We would be very grateful for comments by both experienced and new users, noting briefly, e.g.,

    -What and how frequently have you used the Chicago Homer for? (Research? Teaching – university or secondary school? Presentations? Etc.?)

    -What have you found most useful? What presented difficulties?

    -What additional features would you like to see in the Chicago Homer? (Metrical analysis? More thematic analysis? Aspects of intertextuality? Aspects of reception? More commentary material? Etc.)

    Please send your replies to: Ahuvia.kahane@rhul.ac.uk martinmueller@northwestern.edu

    Many, many  thanks to everyone in advance!

    Ahuvia Kahane and Martin Mueller

    Editors, The Chicago Homer

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