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Tenure-Track job in Digital Classics, U Georgia

Forwarded for Erika Hermanowicz (to whom any enquiries should be addressed). The date for receipt of applications was 8 January, but has been extended until 15 February, 2024. I have highlighted in green the section relating to digital methods. Tenure-Track … Continue reading

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Divine networks: a novice’s comparison of Hesiod’s Theogony and the Babylonian Enuma Eliš

written by Valquirya Borba, graduate student, University of Oxford In March 2021, during the coronavirus pandemic, I signed up to take part in an introductory digital humanities course, convened by Dr. Rada Varga (UBB), and held online. During this course, … Continue reading

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Text-based Extraction, Analysis, and Annotation of Ancient Greek References to Authors and Works

Monica Berti has been recently awarded a Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) grant for a project on Named Entity Recognition (NER) and Annotation of ancient Greek. The goal of the project is to extract, analyse, annotate and comment the language of ancient … Continue reading

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Sunoikisis Digital Classics, Fall 2020

The Sunoikisis Digital Classics programme (SunoikisisDC), a collaborative endeavor involving faculty from six continents, produces reusable materials that many participants use in some way in their own teaching. It was founded in 2015 by Monica Berti in Leipzig, as an … Continue reading

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Digital Classical Philology. Ancient Greek and Latin in the Digital Revolution

Digital Classical Philology. Ancient Greek and Latin in the Digital Revolution Ed. by Monica Berti Series: Age of Access? Grundfragen der Informationsgesellschaft 10 De Gruyter 2019 Open Access – DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110599572 Thanks to the digital revolution, even a traditional discipline … Continue reading

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Digital Papyrology Workshops 2019-2020, Parma

Posted for Nicola Reggiani: two workshops on Digital Papyrology will be held at the University of Parma (Italy) with the purpose of providing advanced professional training in the digital edition of ancient documents, with a particular focus on literary and … Continue reading

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Open Call for Papers: Digital Approaches and the Ancient World

Digital Approaches and the Ancient World A themed issue of the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Editors: Gabriel Bodard (University of London) gabriel.bodard@sas.ac.uk Yanne Broux (KU Leuven) yanne.broux@arts.kuleuven.be Ségolène Tarte (University of Oxford) segolene.tarte@oerc.ox.ac.uk Call for papers: We … Continue reading

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Digital Classics Bibliography

As part of my PhD in Digital Humanities I’m working on a literature review of  publications related to the theme “Classics and Computers”. I’m looking specifically at general surveys, studies and discussions about the history of the relationship between classics … Continue reading

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