Monthly Archives: October 2010

Digital Papyrology

The following is a lightly edited version of a talk that I delivered at the 26th Congress of the International Association of Papyrologists, 19 August 2010, in Geneva (program), posted here upon nudging of G. Bodard. Colleagues. It is a … Continue reading

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Database/Web Position at the American Numismatic Society

The American Numismatic Society seeks to hire an entry-level Database and Web Services Developer to oversee the ongoing development of its curatorial database and related resources as tools for internal collections management, scholarly research and public outreach. We particularly seek … Continue reading

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CLIR/Tufts Survey of Digital Classics available for comment

Via Humanist: Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 12:09:47 -0400 From: Gregory Crane Subject: CLIR/Tufts Survey of Digital Classics available for comment Infrastructure for Humanities Scholarship http://www.clir.org/activities/details/infrastructure.html CLIR and Tufts University are engaging scholars and academic librarians in examining the services … Continue reading

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What is Web 2.0?

This blog post is the introduction to a lecture on Publishing and Web 2.0 I am delivering to students on the Digital Humanities MA, and is partly intended as a venue for online discussion in the comments section. All are … Continue reading

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DH PhD studentship at the Open University

Forwarded for Elton Barker, who would be happy to answer any queries: One full-time, three year PhD studentship available from 1 January 2011 Interdisciplinary PhD Studentship in Digital Humanities Open University – Faculty of Arts Based in Milton Keynes Digital … Continue reading

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Justifying the Humanities

On the day when the Browne Report proposes cutting all government funding for teaching in the Arts and Humanities in the name of making the British university sector “more competitive”, there has of course been much online discussion (notably on … Continue reading

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Citation in Digital Scholarship: A Conversation

I’m writing to bring readers’ attention to a series of pages that is coming together on the Digital Classicist wiki under the rubric “Citation in digital scholarship” (category). I take responsibility/blame for initiating the project, but it has already benefitted … Continue reading

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