from Ralph Mathisen:
The third biennial conference on the topic of “Ancient Studies — New Technology: The World Wide Web and Scholarly Research, Communication, and Publication in Ancient, Byzantine, and Medieval Studies” will be held December 3-5, 2004, at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. Topics of particular interest include 1 the digital museum; 2) the digital classroom; 3) the digital scholar; and 4) theoretical issues such as “knowledge representation”. 300-word electronic abstracts dealing with these issues and with other ways in which the WEB can help to promote classical, ancient, Byzantine, and medieval studies may be directed to Ralph Mathisen, Program Chair, at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org (snail-mail: Department of History, 309 Gregory Hall, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801). Deadline for receipt of abstracts is August 31, 2004. Programs for previous conferences may be consulted at http://www.roman- emperors.org/program.htm (2000 Conference) and http://tabula.rutgers.edu/conferences/ancient_studies2002/ conf_program.html (2002 Conference). The website for the upcoming conference is located at http://www.cisat.jmu.edu/asnt3.