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Open Access and Citation Impact

A recent study published in the Public Library of Science has tested the relationship between Open Access self-archiving of peer-reviewed articles and improved citation impact. See: Gargouri Y et al. ‘Self-Selected or Mandated, Open Access Increases Citation Impact for Higher … Continue reading

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Digital Papyrology

The following is a lightly edited version of a talk that I delivered at the 26th Congress of the International Association of Papyrologists, 19 August 2010, in Geneva (program), posted here upon nudging of G. Bodard. Colleagues. It is a … Continue reading

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(Prepress) Digital Epigraphy and Lexicographical and Onomastic Markup

[Note: this is part of a paper written after a conference on Digital Lexicography at the University of Cambridge in 2002, and was scheduled to appear in the print publication of the proceedings. As the publication never took place, and … Continue reading

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Digital Classics Bibliography

As part of my PhD in Digital Humanities I’m working on a literature review of  publications related to the theme “Classics and Computers”. I’m looking specifically at general surveys, studies and discussions about the history of the relationship between classics … Continue reading

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Digital Research in the Study of Classical Antiquity

We are happy to announce the publication of the Digital Classicist volume: Digital Research in the Study of Classical Antiquity This collection is based on presentations given at the Digital Classicist seminars in 2007, our various conference panels of that … Continue reading

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How to Cite e-Resources without Stable URLs

It used to be said, especially by the Internet’s nay-sayers, that the insuperable barrier to publishing and citing online is that links are never stable. The number of pages that appear and disappear every day means that even a year-old … Continue reading

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BL on CD-ROM

As Gregg Schwendner pointed out a few weeks ago on the What’s New in Papyrology blog, Brill have brought out a new CD-ROM version of the Berichtigungsliste der Griechischen Papyrusurkunden aus Ägypten (vol I-XI). From the publisher’s website: With the … Continue reading

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GRBS Free Online

Recently circulated by Joshua Sosin: Volume 49 (2009) will be the last volume of GRBS printed on paper. Beginning with volume 50, issues will be published quarterly on-line on the GRBS website, on terms of free access. We undertake this … Continue reading

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Special issue of the DHQ in honour of Ross Scaife

copied from Humanist: From: Julia Flanders Subject: DHQ issue 3.1 now available We’re very happy to announce the publication of the new issue of DHQ: DHQ 3.1 (Winter 2009) A special issue in honor of Ross Scaife: “Changing the Center … Continue reading

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Suda Online entry URLs and index

Excellent news of upgrades to the SOL site in a recent report from Rapael Finkel: At the request suggestion one of our translators, Nick Nicholas, I have added a link to the SOL front page called “Entire list of entries”. … Continue reading

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Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture

Posted on the Digital Classicist list by Melissa Terras. Call for Papers: Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture Editors Brent Nelson (University of Saskatchewan) and Melissa Terras (University College London) invite submissions for a collection of essays on “Digitizing … Continue reading

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The Digital Archimedes Palimpsest Released

Very exciting news – the complete dataset of the Archimedes Palimpsest project (ten years in the making) has been released today. The official announcement is copied below, but I’d like to point out what I think it is that makes … Continue reading

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In defence of biblioclasm

Charlotte Roueché pointed me to this transcript of a piece from ABC Radio’s Perspective slot: ‘Our Biblioclastic Century‘. The author, Robin Derricourt, an academic publisher with a background in archaeology and history, makes some well-observed points about online publication and … Continue reading

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Contribute to the Greek and Latin Treebanks at Perseus!

Posted on behalf of Greg Crane. Link to the Treebank, which provides more information, at the very end of the post. We are currently looking for advanced students of Greek and Latin to contribute syntactic analyses (via a web-based system) … Continue reading

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Digital Classicist Podcast

The Institute for Classical Studies and Digital Classicist Summer seminar series is about half-way through, and the first several audio recordings of the proceedings are now available as part of the Digital Classicist podcast. You can find a list of … Continue reading

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