Monthly Archives: September 2008

Workshop in Computational Linguistics and Latin Philology

Posted on behalf of David Bamman: Place: University of Innsbruck, 15. International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics Date: April 6, 2009 Workshop organizers: David Bamman (Perseus Project, Tufts University), Dag Haug (University of Oslo), Marco Passarotti (Catholic University of Milan) Invited … Continue reading

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Classical panels at DRHA

This year’s Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts conference (Cambridge, September 14-17) included a two-part panel on Digital Classicist (sadly divided over two days), organized by Simon Mahony, Stuart Dunn, and myself. Despite some apparently last-minute (and unannounced) scheduling … Continue reading

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Legal guide to GPL compliance

I posted a few weeks ago on a guide to citing Creative Commons works, and just a short while later I saw this not directly related story about a Practical Guide to GPL Compliance, from the Software Freedom Law Center. … Continue reading

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2009 Conference of Computer Applications to Archaeology (CFP)

Via Centernet: CALL FOR PAPERS AND PROPOSALS FOR SESSIONS, WORKSHOPS, AND ROUNDTABLES at the 2009 Conference of Computer Applications to Archaeology (CAA) Deadline: October 15, 2008 The 37th annual conference on Computer Applications to Archaeology (CAA) will take place at … 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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CFP: Digital Humanities 09

The Call for Papers for Digital Humanities 09, scheduled for 22-25 June at the University of Maryland, has just been issued. Abstracts are due on 31 October 2008.

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MITH’s Digital Dialogues schedule

The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) has released the fall schedule for their “digital dialogues” lecture series. There are a number of interesting talks. I wonder if any of these will be podcast? Since the full schedule … Continue reading

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