Monthly Archives: April 2009

InterFace 2009: Second Call for Papers

The InterFace 2009 2nd Call for Papers is now out. Please note that the deadline for submission (and thus attendance) is now looming! ————— InterFace 2009: Second Call for Papers **PLEASE NOTE – ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST PRESENT A POSTER OR … Continue reading

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Ancient World and e-Science (report)

On Saturday April 4, 2009, a panel on “Ancient World and e-Science”, organized by the Digital Classicist, was held at the Classical Association Annual Meeting at the University of Glasgow (full abstracts in GoogleDoc). The speakers and titles listed were: … Continue reading

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Digital Imaging and Human Rights Justice

A very exciting story reported by Xeni Jardin on the Boingboing blog a couple weeks ago (Tech Forensics in Guatemala–first prefigured in a piece two years earlier), that links some of the imaging techniques beloved of we digital philology types … Continue reading

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New MA programme in Digital Asset Management

Something of interest to all digital humanists. The Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH) in collaboration with the Centre for e-Research both at King’s College London has just launched its new Masters Programme in Digital Asset Management. This complements … Continue reading

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