Peer-reviewed articles, chapters and proceeding papers

2018 “Network Analysis for Reproducible Research on Large Administrative Cuneiform Corpora” in Vanessa Juloux, Amy Gansell, and Alessandro di Ludovico eds. CyberResearch on the Ancient Near East and Eastern Mediterranean. Case Studies on texts, objects, and archaeological data. Brill (in press)
2018 “Towards a Linked Open Data Edition of Sumerian Corpora” Proceedings of the Workshop on Linked Data in Linguistic 2018 [Co-authored with Christian Chiarcos, Ilya Khait and Lucas Reckling] (in press)
2018 “Annotating Sumerian: A LLOD-enhanced Workflow for Cuneiform Corpora” Proceedings of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference 2018 [Co-authored with Christian Chiarcos, Ilya Khait, Niko Schenk, Jayanth, and Lucas Reckling] (in press)
2018 “Expanding Digital Assyriology with Open Access and Machine Learning” Digital Humanities Quarterly (in press)
2017 “Machine Translation and Automated Analysis of the Sumerian Language” LaTeCH-CLfL workshop, Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) Anthology  [Co-authored with Maria Sukhareva, Ilya Khait and Christian Chiarcos] [Link to PDF]

Under Review

2018 “Machine Translation and Automated Analysis of Cuneiform Languages” Digital Humanities 2018 Conference Proceedings [Co-authored with Christian Chiarcos and Ilya Khait]
2018 “Nuances dans l’appellation de “déesse mère” en Mésopotamie du troisième millénaire av. J.-C” Religiologiques

In Preparation

2018 “Recent Developments in Natural Language Processing for Cuneiform Languages” Proceedings of Thinking Digital in Cuneiform Studies: Methods, Problems, Perspectives Workshop
2018 “The State of Computational Linguistics Tools for the Study of Sumerian and Other Cuneiform Languages” ISAW Papers 13
2018 “The Fishermen of Early Dynastic Lagash” The Journal of Cuneiform Studies
2018 “Adab in the Ur III period” The Cuneiform Digital Library Journal

Unpublished contributions

2017 Expanding Digital Assyriology With Open Access and Machine Learning
2007 Les Kallu Doms de Varanasi
This ethnography of the Kallu Doms of Varanasi, India was produced in the context of my undergraduate education in the department of religious studies at Université du Québec à Montréal. I keep this material available to the public due to the limited information available on this Indian caste. The paper is in French, feel free to contact me with any question.