Monthly Archives: December 2009

Give a Humanist a Supercomputer…

The “Wired Campus” section of the Chronicle of Higher Education is reporting on the uses that humanities scholars have found for the U.S. Department of Energy’s High Performance Computing resources.  The short article reports on the efforts of several people … Continue reading

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PhD in Digital Humanities

The Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH) at King’s College London offers a doctoral programme leading to the degree of PhD in Digital Humanities. Typically the degree involves a joint arrangement between CCH and another department in the School … Continue reading

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2010 DHO Summer School with NINES and EpiDoc

2010 DHO Summer School in conjunction with NINES and the EpiDoc Collaborative 28 June – 2 July, 2010 The third annual Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO) Summer School will take place in Dublin from 28 June to 2 July 2010. … Continue reading

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Ruins of Pompeii now in Google Street View

The title says it all.  Check it out here.

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New Blog: “Fragmentary Texts”

An announcement posted on behalf of Monica Berti: I write to signal a new blog called “Fragmentary Texts”: “Fragmentary Texts” is a blog edited by Monica Berti and devoted to models and methodologies for collecting and representing Greek and … Continue reading

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