Monthly Archives: January 2010

Relationships Between Classics and Museums (Cambridge)

(While this is not strictly a digital Classics series, the interdisciplinary questions and issues of cultural heritage and curation being discussed ought to be of interest to Stoa readers. If anyone is attending these seminars we would be delighted to … Continue reading

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Project Research Associates at CCH

Job posting: three Project Research Associates required The Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College London is looking for three highly motivated and technically sophisticated individuals to work on its text-based research projects. The positions will involve using computer … Continue reading

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Digital Research and Collaborative Work (APA panel)

There was a lot of talk of Digital Humanities at the MLA last week; as Hugh pointed out, though, there seems to be only one explicitly digital panel at our subject meeting, the APA/AIA in Anaheim. However, it should be … Continue reading

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More spacial analysis…

While on the subject of spacial analysis, I’m sure there are archaeologists and geographers here who would have useful suggestions for what we can do with the hi-res 3-D images of the Earth that the NASA SRTM project has made … Continue reading

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Spacial Analysis in Archaeology (seminars)

Contemporary Roles for Spatial Analysis in Archaeology The UCL Institute of Archaeology Seminar Series (January–March 2010) 31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY Mondays 4pm, Room 612 (followed by a wine reception) Timetable 11 January 2010 – Benjamin Ducke (Oxford Archaeology) … Continue reading

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