Monthly Archives: February 2007

Digital Humanities Summer Institute

Digital Humanities Summer Institute: Additional Scholarship (University of Victoria) Copied from the Digital Classicist mailing list. Announcing Additional Scholarships and an Extended Deadline (March 8th) for the 2007 Digital Humanities Summer Institute University of Victoria June 18-22, 2007 We … Continue reading

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Job Openings at CHNM – Post-Doc, Digital History Associate, Summer Intern

The Center for History and New Media (CHNM) at George Mason University is hiring: Post-Doc in History of Science & Technology and/or Digital History: This is a one-year position (with possible renewal) at the rank of Research Assistant Professor at … Continue reading

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Journal of Employability and The Humanities

This call for papers was circulated by the HEA History, Classics, and Archaeology Subject Centre, but the journal, I believe, is being launched by the University of Central Lancashire. It strikes me that Humanities Computing departments that teach digital humanities … Continue reading

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Classicists and Text-criticism Technology?

I’ve just spotted this blog entry from back in October, but it raises questions worth addressing (questions of perception as well as practice…): Last week, at the ITSEE launch, I –and several other people– had the opportunity to hear Michael … Continue reading

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The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Black Sea Studies: Open Access Publications

All the Centre’s products are published online. This includes any product from conference abstracts, to manuscripts, oral papers, and pdf files of the Centre’s printed publications.

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The Nebraska Digital Workshop

See on Humanist: Call for Proposals The Nebraska Digital Workshop October 5 & 6, 2007 The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (CDRH) at the University of Nebraska’s Lincoln (UNL) will host the second annual Nebraska Digital Workshop on … Continue reading

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Symposium: The Future of Electronic Literature

Seen in the Academic Commons blog: Registration is now open for the Electronic Literature Organization and Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities’ public symposium on The Future of Electronic Literature. Date: Thursday, May 3, 2007 Location: University of Maryland, … Continue reading

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Gentium resurgens: refined Cyrillic, Unicode 5, smart rendering

From Victor Gualtney, on the latest regarding the Gentium font by way of the Gentium-Announce List (links mine): Update #4 – Gentium project revived, Cyrillic, Charis Dear friends of Gentium, No – there’s not a new version out yet. 🙂 … Continue reading

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Promotion and Tenure Criteria for New Media

The University of Maine has produced an argument for redefining promotion and tenure criteria for faculty in new media departments of today’s universities. It seems to provide an excellent point of departure for a discussion of how to include a … Continue reading

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Theoretical Approaches to Virtual Representations of Past Environments

There are some places available for this all-day seminar taking place at Goldsmith’s College on 7 March. For further details, or to register, visit or email THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO VIRTUAL REPRESENTATIONS OF PAST ENVIRONMENTS A seminar run by … Continue reading

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Interview: Knowledge to the people

Article seen in the New Scientist: Interview with Jimmy Wales the founder of Wikipedia. From issue 2589 of New Scientist magazine, 31 January 2007, page 44-45 Questions include: Was Wikipedia a fully formed concept right from the start? When did … Continue reading

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