David Bamman is a senior researcher in computational linguistics for the Perseus Project, focusing especially on natural language processing for Latin and Greek, including treebank construction, computational lexicography, morphological tagging and word sense disambiguation. David received a BA in Classics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MA in Applied Linguistics from Boston University. He is currently leading the development of the Ancient Greek and Latin Dependency Treebanks and the Dynamic Lexicon Project.

Selected Publications


David is currently involved in collaborative projects with researchers in the US, Italy and Germany on a variety of topics ranging from syntactic annotation to multilingual named entity analysis - please feel free to contact him concerning computational approaches to cultural heritage material and digital humanities research in general. Students and faculty interested in the production or analysis of quantitative data in Classical languages should also feel free to contact him.