Monthly Archives: July 2009

Stanford’s Virtual Archives Open House

This is copied from an announcement I received through the Exlibris listserv, and I thought readers of The Stoa would be interested as well. I’m not a big proponent of Second Life, but I do like seeing how people are … Continue reading

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GRBS Free Online

Recently circulated by Joshua Sosin: Volume 49 (2009) will be the last volume of GRBS printed on paper. Beginning with volume 50, issues will be published quarterly on-line on the GRBS website, on terms of free access. We undertake this … Continue reading

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Assisted Transcription Software

Posted on behalf of Ben Gracy at the University of Denver: an article on an assisted transcription system that uses OCR. It sounds fascinating. *edit: elsewhere in the article reference is made to “ancient documents and manuscripts”, which indicates that … Continue reading

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Call for Book Proposals in Digital Classics

Gorgias Press is expanding its interest in technology and classics and welcomes book proposals regarding digital classics research, for both monographs (including revised dissertations) and edited collections (based on conference sessions or otherwise). Proposals should be no more than 4 … Continue reading

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Digital Classicist seminars update

Note that we have had to make a change to the programme for the Digital Classicist ICS seminar series. The correct details are on the Digital Classicist website. July 24 Leif Isaksen (Southampton) ‘Linking Archaeological Data ‘ July 31 Elton … Continue reading

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