The fall 2019 programme of Sunoikisis Digital Classics, which focusses on Digital Cultural heritage, has now begun. The nine common sessions, which are broadcast live (and then archived indefinitely) on YouTube, cover three broad strands: imaging technologies, geographic methods and ethical issues. This collaboratively taught semester includes contributions from 20 scholars from at least 10 countries. The online sessions are followed by students as part of MA programmes in classics, digital humanities or informatics, and may also be followed by any student or interested colleague or member of the public anywhere in the world for their own purposes.
- Thurs Oct 3: Digital Images and Photography (Rossitza Atanassova, Eugenio Falcioni)
- *Thurs Oct 10: 3D Imaging and Photogrammetry (Gabriel Bodard, Emma Payne, Valeria Vitale)
- Thurs Oct 17: Decolonization of Cultural Heritage (Usama Gad, Zena Kamash, Patricia Murrieta Flores)
- Thurs Oct 24: 3D Modelling for Cultural Heritage (Chiara Piccoli, Martina Polig, Valeria Vitale)
- Thurs Oct 31: Digital Gazetteers (Johan Åhlfeldt, Tom Elliott, Valeria Vitale)
- Thurs Nov 7: Linked Open Data (Gabriel Bodard, Paula Granados García, Matteo Romanello)
- Thurs Nov 14: Legal and Ethical Considerations (Gabriel Bodard, Richard Nevell, Andrea Wallace)
- Thurs Nov 21: GIS and Geovisualization (Chiara Palladino, Rebecca Seifried)
- *Thurs Nov 28: Crowdsourcing Cultural Heritage (John Pearce, Mia Ridge)
The full programme, along with readings and exercises, can be found at the SunoikisisDC 2019 Github page. The Fall 2019 programme is convened by Valeria Vitale (Institute of Classical Studies) with Gabriel Bodard, and Sunoikisis Digital Classics is directed by Monica Berti (Leipzig).