Monthly Archives: February 2008

Registration: 3D Scanning Conference at UCL

Kalliopi Vacharopoulou wrote, via the DigitalClassicist list: I would like to draw to your attention the fact that registration for the 3D Colour Laser Scanning Conference at UCL on the 27th and 28th of March has now opened. The first … Continue reading

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International Seminar of Digital Philology: Edinburgh, March 25-27, 2008

Seen on the AHeSSC mailing list: The e-Science Institute Event Announcement The e-Science Institute is delighted to host the “The Marriage of Mercury and Philology: Problems and Outcomes in Digital Philology”. The conference welcomes both leading scholars and young researchers … Continue reading

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Palaeographic Image Markup Tools

Does anyone know of any prior work in the area of image markup tools, to enable scholars to markup letterforms (and their constituent strokes) on images of texts? There is the UVic Image Markup tool: and the Edition Production … Continue reading

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Search Pigeon

Spotted by way of Peter Suber’s Open Access News: Search Pigeon is a collection of Google Co-opTM Custom Search Engines (CSEs) designed to make researching on the web a richer, more rewarding, and more efficient process. Designed for researchers in … Continue reading

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Post-doctoral positions and PhD fellowships

Seen and copied from Humanist: Post-doctoral positions and PhD fellowships in Text Classification and Automatic Labelling The Department of Computer Science at Trinity College Dublin is looking for applications for ONE Postdoctoral positions and TWO PhD positions in the areas … Continue reading

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Digitizing Early Material Culture (CFP)

Posted for Brent Nelson: Digitizing Early Material Culture: from Antiquity to ModernityA Seminar to be held in conjunction with CaSTA (the Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis) 2008: New Directions in Text Analysis A Joint Humanities Computing, Computer Science Seminar and … Continue reading

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Music in TEI SIG

The TEI community have just set up a Special Interest Group for the encoding of music in XML (disclosure: I am one of the moderators). I forward the announcement below: A Special Interest Group for music encoding in TEI has … Continue reading

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