Monthly Archives: April 2013

HESTIA2: Exploring spatial networks through ancient sources

Copied from the Digital Classicist list on behalf of the organisers: CALL FOR PAPERS HESTIA2: Exploring spatial networks through ancient sources University of Southampton 18th July 2013 Organisers: Elton Barker, Stefan Bouzarovski, Leif Isaksen and Tom Brughmans, in collaboration with … Continue reading

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Report on Digital Classics panel, Classical Association 2013

(Report by Bartolo Natoli on the digital classics panel, April 6, 2013.) Last week, I had the privilege of participating in the Classical Association Annual Conference at the University of Reading, UK. One of the panels that I attended struck … Continue reading

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Report on e-learning panel, Classical Association 2013

(Report by Bartolo Natoli on the e-learning panel, April 5, 2013.) Earlier today, the Classical Association’s Annual Conference, hosted by the University of Reading, presented two panels on ‘New Approaches to e-Learning’, a topic of growing interest in Classical Studies. … Continue reading

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Open Philology Project Announced

Via Marco┬áB├╝chler, Greg Crane has just posted “The Open Philology Project and Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at Leipzig” at Perseus Digital Library Updates. Abstract: The Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig sees in the rise … Continue reading

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