Education

Academic Appointments

Administrative Appointments

Grants

Books

Major Digital Projects

Articles

  1. "LiteRary Analysis: Using R To Study Literary Texts", forthcoming in Text Technologies: Computational Literary Analysis, Penn State University Press. James O'Sullivan ed. Anticipated publication in 2017.
  2. "Toward an Open Digital Tutorial for Ancient Greek v. 2.0." Digital Humanities Quarterly 10 (2016): 4. http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/10/2/000249/000249.html
  3. "An Open Tutorial for Beginning Ancient Greek" in Classics Outside the Echo-Chamber: Teaching,collaboration, outreach and public engagement, Gabriel Bodard & Matteo Romanello eds. Ubiquity Press. 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/bat.e
  4. Book Review: Ancient Greek Women in Film by Konstantinos Nikoloutsos, ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2013. in Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 45.3 (2016). Pages 303-305.
  5. The Summa Theologica: A Book History. Melissa Morris, Chainy Folsom, Nathan Oyler, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, Virginia Blanton. Codices Occasional Papers. University of Missouri-Kansas City. Paper Number 1. April 2015. Available at http://daedalus.umkc.edu/codices/papers/SummaTheologicaBookHistory.CodicesPaper1.2015.pdf.
  6. How to Write a History of the Book. Melissa Morris, Chainy Folsom, Nathan Oyler, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, Virginia Blanton. Codices Occasional Papers. University of Missouri-Kansas City. Paper Number 2. April 2015. Available at http://daedalus.umkc.edu/codices/papers/HowToWriteAHistoryoftheBook.CodicesPaper2.2015.pdf.
  7. "A Digital Tutorial for Ancient Greek", Classical World (2013) 107.1:111-117.
  8. "Social Networks and the Language of Greek Tragedy", Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, Vol. 1, 2011: https://letterpress.uchicago.edu/index.php/jdhcs/article/view/86
  9. "Digitizing Latin Incunabula: Challenges, Methods, and Possibilities". In Changing the Center of Gravity: Transforming Classical Studies Through Cyberinfrastructure, pp. 159-174. 2010. Gorgias Press, Ed. Melissa Terras, Gregory Crane. Reprint of article that first appeared in Digital Humanities Quarterly (2009) 3.1.
  10. "Digitizing Latin Incunabula: Challenges, Methods, and Possibilities" Digital Humanities Quarterly (2009) 3.1: http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/003/1/000027.html
  11. "Early Modern Culture in a Comprehensive Digital Library." (with Wolfgang Schibel) D-Lib (2006) 12.3: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/march06/schibel/03schibel.html
  12. "Talking About Violence: Clustered Participles in the Speeches of Lysias." Literary and Linguistic Computing, (2005) 20:2:219-235.
  13. "The Cultural Heritage Language Technologies Consortium" D-Lib (2005) 11.5: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/may05/rydberg-cox/05rydberg-cox.html
  14. "Report on the Delos/NSF working group on Emerging Language Technologies and the Rediscovery of the Past: A Research Agenda" (with Greg Crane, Kalina Bontcheva, and Clifford Wulfman). Journal of Digital Libraries (2005) 5.4:309-316 .
  15. "Automatic Disambiguation of Latin Abbreviations in Early Modern Texts for Humanities Digital Libraries" Proceedings of the 2003 Joint Conference on Digital Libraries" 372-373
  16. "Towards a Cultural Heritage Digital Library" (with members of the Perseus Project) Proceedings of the 2003 Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 75-86
  17. "Oral and Written Sources in Athenian Forensic Rhetoric" Mnemosyne (2003) 56 652-665.
  18. "Building an Infrastructure for Collaborative Digital Libraries in the Humanities" Ariadne (2003) 34: http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue34/rydberg-cox/ .
  19. "From Lexicon To Commentary and Back Again." New England Classical Journal (2002) 29.3:159-167.
  20. "Keyword Extraction from Ancient Greek Literary Texts." Literary and Linguistic Computing (2002) 17.2:231-244.
  21. "Mining Data from the Electronic Greek Lexicon" Classical Journal. (2002) 98.2:169-174.
  22. "Vocabulary Building in the Perseus Digital Library." (with Anne Mahoney) Classical Outlook (2002) 79.4:145-149.
  23. "A Prototype Multilingual Document Browser for Ancient Greek Texts" National Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia (2001) 7:103-114.
  24. "Management of XML Documents in an Integrated Digital Library." (With Anne Mahoney and David A. Smith). Markup Languages: Theory and Practice (2001) 2.3:205-214. (Revised and slightly expanded version of the article that appeared in Proceedings of the 2000 Extreme Markup Conference.
  25. "Document Quality Indicators and Corpus Editions" (With Anne Mahoney and Gregory R. Crane). Proceedings of the 2001 Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2001. (July 2001) 1:435-436.
  26. "Drudgery and Deep Thought: Designing Digital Libraries for the Humanities." (With the Perseus Project) Communications of the Association for Computational Machinery (2001) 44.5:35-40.
  27. "A Note on Scrabble in Latin" (With Anne Mahoney) Classical Outlook (2001) 78.2 :58-59.
  28. "Generalizing the Perseus XML Document Manager" (With Anne Mahoney, David Smith, and Clifford Wulfman) In the Proceedings of the Linguistic Exploration Conference, (December 2000). http://www.ldc.upenn.edu/exploration/expl2000/papers/mahoney/mahoney.htm
  29. "Knowledge Management and the Perseus Digital Library" Ariadne (2000) 25: http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue25/rydberg-cox/ . (With David A. Smith and Anne Mahoney)
  30. "Management of XML Documents in an Integrated Digital Library" (with Anne Mahoney and David Smith) Proceedings of the 2000 Extreme Markup Conference, (August 2000) p. 219-223.
  31. "New Technology and New Roles: The Need for Corpus Editors." (With Gregory R. Crane). Proceedings of the 5th Annual ACM Digital Library Conference , (July 2000) 5:252-253
  32. "An Unusual Exclamation in Aeschines' Against Timarchus (1.73)." Mnemosyne , (2000) 53.4:1-12
  33. "The Use of the Imperative in the Oedipus Tyrannus." The New England Classical Journal, (2000) 27.6:28-36.
  34. "Word Co-Occurrence and Lexical Acquisition in Ancient Greek Texts." Literary and Linguistic Computing, (2000) 15.2: 121-129
  35. "The Perseus Project: A Digital Library for the Humanities" (With David A. Smith). Literary and Linguistic Computing, (2000) 15.1:15-25.
  36. "Renaissance Culture and Society in the Novels of Elizabeth Eyre." In The Detective as Historian, eds. A. Browne, R. Browne, and L. Kreiser. Bowling Green State University Press, 2000. p. 111-121.
  37. Entries for Aeschines, Antiphon, Cimon, Dio Chrysostom, Draco, Ephialtes, Hecataeus, Hippias, Isaeus, Lysias, Nicias, Pericles, Solon, and Themistocles. In Interdisciplinary Biographical Dictionary of the Ancient World, ed. A. Traver. Greenwood Press, 2001. pp. 1-2, 31-32, 93-94, 129, 141-142, 147, 183, 196-197, 209, 235, 263-264, 284-286, 360-361, 374-375.
  38. Review of Learn Latin Now! CD ROM. In Computing and the Classics, (1999) 15.2:1-2
  39. "Offering Advice: Textual Gifts and Guest-friendship in Isocrates." In Pomoerium: Studia et Commentarii ad Orbem Classicum Spectantia, (1998) 3:27-35.
  40. Review of Civilizations of the Ancient Mediterranean CD ROM. In Computing and the Classics, (1998) 14.2:1-2.
  41. Review of Nielsen, T.H. ed. Yet More Studies in the Ancient Greek Polis. In Bryn Mawr Classical Review, (1998) 98.11:25.

Public Lectures and Presentations

  1. "Using XSL to Transform and Extract Information from XML Documents." Digital Humanities Workshops, Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, September 2016.
  2. Introductory lectures and film selection for four week film series in conjunction with the exhibit "Luxury: Treasures of the Roman Empire" at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO August 2016. Spartacus: August 6, 2016, Sign of the Cross: August 13, 2016, Gladiator: August 20, 2016, Fellini Satyricon: August 27, 2016
  3. "Using Literary and Linguistic Annotation Once You've Created It / XSLT and XPATH" (with David Birnbaum), Digital Humanities Workshops, Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, September 2015.
  4. "Creating Literary and Linguistic Annotation: Advanced Beginner Level XML Annotation" (with David Birnbaum), Digital Humanities Workshops, Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, September 2015."
  5. "Introduction to XML Documents for Humanists," Invited Workshop, University of Kansas Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, June 2015
  6. "Statistical Methods for Studying Literature Using R," Invited Workshop, University of Iowa Oberman Center for Advanced Study, September 2014
  7. "A Hybrid Online System for Teaching Ancient Greek," 1st Annual Meeting of the Digital Classics Association, University of Buffalo, April 2013
  8. "Introduction to XML & XPath" (with David Birnbaum), Digital Jumpstart Workshops 2013, University of Kansas, March 2012.
  9. "Quantitative Analysis of Literary Texts With R," THATCamp Kansas, University of Kansas, September 2012.
  10. "One Approach to Hybrid Ancient Greek," Working With Texts in A Digital Age, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, Tufts University, August 2012.
  11. A Visual Explorer for the Language of Greek Tragedy," NEH Institute on Networks and Network Analysis for the Humanities, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, University of California at Los Angeles, October 2011.
  12. "Making it Digital: Scholarly Issues and Challenges," The Future of Archives in a Digital Age, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, University of Missouri-Colubmia, February 2011.
  13. "Introduction to "R" for Humanists," University of Kansas Digital Humanities Forum, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, University of Kansas, September 2011.
  14. "Social Networks and the Language of Greek Tragedy," 2010 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, Northwestern University, November 2010.
  15. "Linking the Past to the Future: The Design and Implementation of a Lexicographic Database of Ancient Greek," Digital Humanities Summit, Jeff Rydberg-Cox, University of Kansas Digital Humanites Conference, March 2010.
  16. "Approaches to Large Scale Digitization of Early Printed Books." Changing the Center of Gravity: Transforming Classical Studies Through Cyberinfrastructure. A National Science Foundation Funded workshop at the University of Kentucky, October 2007.
  17. "Digitizing Latin Incunables" University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Computing and Engineering, October 2005.
  18. "Digitizing Latin Incunables: Challenges and Solutions", 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo Michigan, May 2005.
  19. "Digital Libraries and the Challenges of Digital Humanities" University of Kentucky Center for Computational Sciences, April 2005.
  20. "The Homeric Hero on Film" International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 2005.
  21. "Cultural Heritage Language Technologies at 18 months" NSF/IMLS Digital Library All-Projects Meeting, Washington DC, November 2004.
  22. "Digital Tools for Learning Latin" Latin Club, Shawnee Mission East High School, November 2002.
  23. "Electronic Publication and Academic Promotion", 2004 Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association, part of a panel on Electronic Publication And The Classics Profession.
  24. "Cross-Lingual Searching and Visualization in Greek, Latin and Old Norse Texts" (with Stefan Rueger, Lara Vetter, and Daniel Heesch). 2004 Joint ACM/IEEE Conference on Digital Libraries.
  25. "Cultural Heritage Language Technologies: An Overview". Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome Italy, March 2002
  26. "The Harmless e-Drudge: A Computational Tool-Set for Greek (and Latin) Lexicography". University of Kentucky, Center for Computational Sciences, February 2002.
  27. "Computational Lexicography and Ancient Greek" . Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association, January 2002.
  28. "What is the Perseus Digital Library?" Universtiy of Missouri at Kansas City, School of Interdisciplinary Computing and Engineering, November 2001.
  29. "Linked Classics: The Perseus Digital Library and the Study of the Ancient World", Symposium on Virtual Universities, Sponsored by the Science and the Human Dimension Project at Jesus College, Cambridge University, September 2001.
  30. "Document Quality Indicators and Corpus Editions", ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, June 2001.
  31. "Data Extraction and Visualization in the Perseus Digital Library", at the Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Pisa, Italy, June, 2001.
  32. "Computational Lexicography and the New Intermediate Greek Lexicon." Lexicography Section, Annual Meeting of the Society for Biblical Literature, November 2000.
  33. "Oral and Written Sources in Athenian Forensic Rhetoric." Epea and Grammata: Oral and Written Communication in Ancient Greece, University of Missouri at Columbia, June 2000.
  34. "Computational Approaches to Ancient Greek Literature." Annual Meeting of the Society for Biblical Literature, November 1999.
  35. "Re-Presenting Lexica for an Electronic Environment." Fall Symposium of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, November 1999.
  36. "Creating, Integrating, and Expanding Electronic Reference Works for the Perseus Digital Library." XML and the Publication of Ancient Near Eastern Texts, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, October 1999.
  37. "Authority, Knowledge, and the Use of the Imperative in the Oedipus Tyrannus." Annual Meeting of the Classics Association of the Midwest and South, April 1999.
  38. "Electronic Commentaries in Perseus." Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association, Technology Showcase, December 1998.
  39. "Ritual Practice and the Ideal of Isegoria in the Athenian Assembly." Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association, December 1997.
  40. "The Use of Myth in Isocrates' Evagoras." The University of Chicago Workshop on Ancient Societies, April 1997.
  41. "Does Isocrates Distinguish between muthos and muthodes?" Annual Meeting of the Classics Association of the Midwest and South, April 1997.
  42. "The Audiences for Isocratean Rhetoric." The University of Chicago Workshop on Ancient Societies, March 1997.
  43. "Offering Advice: Textual Gifts and Guest-friendship in Isocrates." Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association, December 1996.
  44. "The Rhetoric of Myth in Isocrates: An Introduction." The University of Chicago Workshop on Poetics and Rhetoric, January 1996.

Academic Awards

  1. 2015: College of Arts and Sciences Award for Good Teaching
  2. 2010: Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi
  3. 2008: Awarded early promotion to full professor
  4. 2005: Awarded early tenure.
  5. 2003-2004: Faculty Scholar Award, University of Missouri Kansas City. An award for faculty with the rank of Assistant Professor with exceptional early accomplishments and promise for outstanding future research.
  6. 2001-2002: New Faculty Teaching Scholar, University of Missouri Kansas City
  7. 1995: Ryerson Fellow, The University of Chicago
  8. 1992-1996: Humanities Fellowship, The University of Chicago
  9. 1992: Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, The Colorado College
  10. 1992: Gile Award for Excellence in the Study of Classics, The Colorado College
  11. 1992: State Finalist, Rhodes Scholarship Competition
  12. 1991: Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society for the Social Sciences, The Colorado College
  13. 1988-1992: Colorado Merit Award for Undergraduate Achievement, The Colorado College