Author Archives: Gabriel Bodard

Digital Classicist London online seminars report

The Digital Classicist London seminar, one of the many research seminar series hosted by the Institute of Classical Studies, has been videoed and posted to our YouTube channel since 2013, and livecast directly since 2016. Both of these developments were … Continue reading

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Digital Classicist Wiki editing sprints

The Institute of Classical Studies now hosts the Digital Classicist Wiki, a community-edited database of information, questions and commentary on projects, tools, methods and other resources relating to the digital or quantitative study of the ancient world. The site includes … Continue reading

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Linked Pasts 6 (London, Dec 2020) call for activities

Linked Pasts 6 December 2–16, 2020 University of London and British Library The annual Linked Pasts conference, which has previously been held at KCL, Madrid, Stanford, Mainz and Bordeaux, brings together scholars, heritage professionals and other practitioners with an interest … Continue reading

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Digital Classicist London 2020 seminars

This year the Digital Classicist London seminars will all be streamed online only; the audience will watch on YouTube (either live or any time after the event) rather than attend in Senate House in person. All seminars will be at … Continue reading

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Write an Open Data Paper: an invitation to JOHD

Write an Open Data Paper! Gabriel Bodard and Barbara McGillivray Digital Humanities scholars have long recognised that digital research data is both most useful, and most likely to be disseminated and therefore sustainable in the long term, if it is … Continue reading

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Call for proposals: Digital Classicist London seminar 2020

Digital Classicist London invites proposals for the summer 2020 seminar, which will run on Friday afternoons through June and July at the Institute of Classical Studies, Senate House. To submit a paper, please email an abstract of up to 300 … Continue reading

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EpiDoc Training Workshop, London, April 20-24, 2020

EpiDoc Workshop: Training in digital epigraphy and papyrology and electronic publication Date: April 20–24, 2020 (starting 11:00 Monday; finishing 16:00 Friday) Venue: Institute of Classical Studies, University of London Cost: £100 for one week (£50 if unwaged and no source … Continue reading

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Digital Scholarly Editing course at London Rare Books School

Posted for Christopher Ohge: For the third year in a row, the London Rare Books School <https://www.ies.sas.ac.uk/study-training/study-weeks/london-rare-books-school> is offering modules in Digital Scholarly Editing. Taught by several scholars with years of practical editing experience, the two modules feature a unique blend of theoretical … Continue reading

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Sunoikisis Digital Cultural Heritage 2019 programme

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 … Continue reading

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Programme: Destruction/(Re-)Construction, Sep 30–Oct 2, 2019, Beirut

Announcement from Konstantin Klein: Destruction/(Re-)Construction: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Cultural Heritage in Conflict Beirut/Lebanon, 30 September–2 October 2019 International Conference of the Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities (AGYA). Organized by Julia Hauser (Kassel), Konstantin Klein (Bamberg), Lena-Maria Möller (Hamburg), … Continue reading

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Cataloguing Open Access Materials Workshop

The Combined Classics Library and Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, held a one-day workshop on Thursday July 11, 2019, related to the Cataloguing Open Access Classics Serials (COACS) project, which is now moving from journals to a focus … Continue reading

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Digital Editing in the Classics (Munich, Sept 25-17, 2019)

Posted for Philipp Weiß: Conference announcement: DIGITAL EDITING IN THE CLASSICS The Bavarian State Library (BSB), together with the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BadW), is organizing a conference on digital editions in the fields of Classical and Byzantine … Continue reading

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Report: Digital Palaeography panel (at ICP, Lecce, July 2019)

On the morning on Wednesday, July 31st 2019, there was a two-hour session of the International Congress of Papyrology, in Lecce, Italy, on Digital Palaeography. This session was convened by Isabelle Marthot-Santaniello, Klaas Bentein and myself, although I only attended … Continue reading

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Using the Classical Language Toolkit (Graz, November 6, 2019)

Posted on behalf of Sarah Lang: I would like to invite you to participate in the workshop “Using the Classical Language Toolkit” at Centre for Information Modelling (ZIM) in Graz on the 6th of November 2019. Find the German and … Continue reading

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Digital Classics at FIEC/CA 2019

There will be three panels (two-hour sessions of varying structures) of interest to digital classicists running as part of the joint conference of the Fédération internationale des associations d’études classiques and the Classical Association, next week. I’ll try to get … Continue reading

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