Monthly Archives: June 2015

Digital Classics workshop: Approaches to ancient texts

Tuesday 7th July Institute of Classical Studies Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU The Institute of Classical Studies will be running a one-day workshop on digital approaches to ancient texts for postgraduate students, on Tuesday 7th July. The workshop … Continue reading

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Digital Classicist London live-casts

For the first time this year, the Digital Classicist London seminars will be live-cast via the Web, so colleagues who are unable to make it to the events themselves at 16:30 (British Summer Time) on a Friday afternoon, can watch … Continue reading

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Harpokration On Line

The Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing (DC3) is pleased to announce the Harpokration On Line project, which aims to provide open-licensed collaboratively-sourced translation(s) for Harpokration’s “Lexicon of the Ten Orators”. Users can view and contribute translations at or download … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities Quarterly CFP

Existing digital tools and related models carry assumptions of knowledge as primarily visual, thus neglecting other sensory or experiential detail and sustaining traditional and often ocularcentric humanities research (Howes, 2005, p. 14; Classen, 1997, pp. 401-12). The excuse is that … Continue reading

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