Monthly Archives: July 2008

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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Redefining the Book: Carnegie Mellon and

Seen in the Creative Commons blog: ETC Press has just launched as an “academic, open source, multimedia, publishing imprint.” The project is affiliated with the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University and is in partnership with When authors … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities from the horse’s mouth…

L’Observatoire Critique have posted a series of interviews recorded at the recent Digital Humanities conference in Oulu, Finland. Two questions were posed of each respondent: First Question. What are your colleagues (in your department, in your university, or in your … Continue reading

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Internet Archaeology 24: Dealing with Legacy Data

Internet Archaeology announces issue 24, a themed issue dedicated to: “Dealing with Legacy Data” edited by Pim Allison. In the Mediterranean region particularly, but by no means not exclusively, there exist large datasets from previous excavations, published and unpublished, whose … Continue reading

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Michael E. Smith has just blogged an opinion piece on self-archiving.

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