Monthly Archives: November 2009

BSR Digital Collections online

Alessandra Giovenco writes to announce the following: The British School at Rome Library & Archive is pleased to announce the launch of a new website: In July 2007, the Getty Foundation awarded a second generous grant to the British … Continue reading

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Job: Research Associate, Digital Sanskrit Library (Brown)

The following notice comes by way of Elli Mylonas at Brown University: The digital Sanskrit library in the Department of Classics at Brown University seeks a post-doctoral research associate for one year to assist in an NEH-funded project entitled, “Enhancing … Continue reading

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History in 3D

Scientists in the European joint project 3D-COFORM are creating three-dimensional digital models of artifacts such as statues and vases.  Besides making for an exciting viewing experience, the 3D models constitute comprehensive documentation of objects that is useful to conservators.  The … Continue reading

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Jobs in UCL Centre for Digital Humanities

UCL are pleased to announce vacancies for three posts in the new Centre for Digital Humanities. We are looking for a centre co-ordinator, teaching fellow, and postdoc researcher. These are all part time but we are happy to consider applications … Continue reading

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Pre-conference workshops at DH2010

As in previous years, the days 3-6 July, before the DH2010 conference (7-11 July at King’s College London <>) have been set aside for community-run workshops. One can reach a diverse and committed body of participants in the Digital Humanities … Continue reading

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Medieval Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age

Forwarded on behalf of Peter Stokes. Note that the following is for students who are registered for PhDs in the United Kingdom. Medieval Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age: 17-22 May 2010 The Institute of English Studies (London) is pleased … Continue reading

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Practical Epigraphy Workshop

Forwarded for Charlotte Tupman. Practical Epigraphy Workshop 22-24 June 2010, Great North Museum, Newcastle A Practical Epigraphy Workshop is taking place for those who are interested in developing hands-on skills in working with epigraphic material. The workshop is aimed at … Continue reading

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