Monthly Archives: June 2010

Blogging the digitization of St. Chad’s Gospel

Christopher Blackwell is with a team now at Lichfield scanning St Chad’s Gospel, and a Wycliffe Bible too. He’s blogging the experience: And yes, the images will be released under a Creative Commons license.

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An open translation of Plato’s Protagoras

Posted on behalf of Dhananjay Jagannathan: In response to a recent call from a philosopher for better translations of ancient works online for the sake of his students (, I decided to launch a digital humanities project which will, I … Continue reading

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2 Lectureships in Digital Humanities, KCL

Closing date for applications: July 2, 2010. The two lectureships will be joint appointments between the Department of Digital Humanities (formerly CCH) and the Centre for Culture, Media and Creative Industries at King’s College London. Demonstrated research interests across both … Continue reading

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Job opportunity at the Petrie Museum, London

Full details and application form at UCL HR Research Associate – Networked 3D Design Application for Museums, – Ref:1141523 UCL Department / Division Museums and Collections Specific unit / Sub department The Petrie Museum Grade: 7 Hours: Full Time Salary: … Continue reading

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