Monthly Archives: August 2013

Digital Humanities in new lecture series on history and pubs

A new lecture series on history of beer/wine/pubs is starting in London, and the inaugural paper, 18:00 on August 28th,  is from Digital Humanities scholar Harvey Quamen explaining why databases, prosopography and digital mapping are useful for the scholar of … Continue reading

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Postdoc Research Fellowship in Trier, Germany

Seems like two out of three jobs we see advertized in Digital Humanities these days are in Germany (even not counting the recent mass recruitment at Greg Crane’s new shop in Leipzig!), which is both great news for everyone in … Continue reading

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Digital Classicist London Videocasts

The videocasts for all the 2013 Digital Classicist London summer seminars are now available online at the Seminar Programme page. Each presentation is available as a downloadable or streamable video (MP4), or, for those who prefer audio, as MP3. Slideshows … Continue reading

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Getty Joins Open Content Movement

The Getty Museum and research institute have just announced the launch of their Open Content Program, under which they intend to publish as many of their digital resources as they are legally able. In the first instance, they are release … Continue reading

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Last call for abstracts: Leipzig eHumanities seminar

The Leipzig eHumanities Seminar established a forum for the discussion of digital methods applied within the Humanities. Topics include text mining, machine learning, network analysis, time series, sentiment analysis, agent-based modelling, or efficient visualization of massive and humanities relevant data. The seminars … Continue reading

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EpiDoc Latest Release (8.17)

Scott Vanderbilt has just announced the latest release of the EpiDoc Guidelines, Schema, and Example Stylesheets. Details are available on the Latest Release page of the EpiDoc wiki at SourceForge.

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