The Dickinson College Commentaries edition of Ovid's Amores Book I, with notes and essays by William Turpin, is now up and ready to be used: http://dcc.dickinson.edu/
This is the first non-pilot, freshly authored and created digital edition in our series. It is intended to show what can be done to enhance the reading experience of a classical text in the digital realm.
In addition to the notes, features include:
essays on each poem by William Turpin, with bibliography
images/illustrations for all poems chosen and annotated by Prof. Francese and Daniel Plekhov ('13)
audio recordings for 1.1 and 1.5 by Prof. Meghan Reedy
vocabulary lists that gloss words not in the 1,000-word DCC core Latin vocabulary
an annotated Google Earth map of all places mentioned in the text, created by Merri Wilson ('13)
Other Dickinsonians who contributed include JoAnne Miller, James Martin ('13), Derek Frymark ('12), Alice Ettling ('12), and Travis Ramsey ('13). Prof. Francese is tremendously grateful to all who contributed time and advice and ideas. The list of acknowledgments will give an idea of how many people helped. To follow DCC as it develops, check out the blog and the Facebook page!
Photo: William Turpin, Professor of Classics, Swarthmore College