Changing the Center of Gravity

March 4th, 2008 by Dot Porter

Changing the Center of Gravity: Transforming Classical Studies Through Cyberinfrastructure

http://www.rch.uky.edu/CenterOfGravity/

University of Kentucky, 5 October 2007

This is the full audio record of “Changing the Center of Gravity: Transforming Classical Studies Through Cyberinfrastructure”, a workshop funded by the National Science Foundation, sponsored by the Center for Visualization and Virtual Environments at the University of Kentucky, and organized by the Perseus Digital Library at Tufts University.

1) Introduction (05:13)
– Gregory Crane
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 4.78 MB)

2) Technology, Collaboration, & Undergraduate Research (26:23)
– Christopher Blackwell and Thomas Martin, respondent Kenny Morrell
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 24.1 MB)

3) Digital Criticism: Editorial Standards for the Homer Multitext (29:02)
– Casey DuĂ© and Mary Ebbott, respondent Anne Mahoney
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 26.5 MB)

4) Digital Geography and Classics (20:23)
– Tom Elliot, respondent Bruce Robertson
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 18.6 MB)

5) Computational Linguistics and Classical Lexicography (39:16)
– David Bamman and Gregory Crane, respondent David Smith
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 35.9 MB)

6) Citation in Classical Studies (38:34)
– Neel Smith, respondent Hugh Cayless
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 35.3 MB)

7) Exploring Historical RDF with Heml (24:10)
– Bruce Robertson, respondent Tom Elliot
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 22.1 MB)

8) Approaches to Large Scale Digitization of Early Printed Books (24:38)
– Jeffrey Rydberg-Cox, respondent Gregory Crane
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 22.5 MB)

9) Tachypaedia Byzantina: The Suda On Line as Collaborative Encyclopedia (20:45)
– Anne Mahoney, respondent Christopher Blackwell
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 18.9 MB)

10) Epigraphy in 2017 (19:00)
– Hugh Cayless, Charlotte RouechĂ©, Tom Elliot, and Gabriel Bodard, respondent Bruce Robertson
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 17.3 MB)

11) Directions for the Future (50:04)
– Ross Scaife et al.
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 45.8 MB)

12) Summary (01:34)
– Gregory Crane
(download this presentation as an mp3 file – 1.44 MB)

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