Digital Classicist Work-in-Progress seminars
Institute of Classical Studies
Fridays at 16:30 in NG16, Senate House, Malet St, London, WC1E 7HU
(June 20th, July 4th-18th seminars in room B3, Stewart House)
(June 27th seminar room 218, Chadwick Bdg, UCL, Gower Street)
6 June (NG16): Elaine Matthews and Sebastian Rahtz (Oxford), The Lexicon of Greek Personal Names and classical web services
13 June (NG16) Brent Seales (University of Kentucky), EDUCE: Non-invasive scanning for classical materials
20 June (STB3) Dot Porter (University of Kentucky), The Son of Suda On Line: a next generation collaborative editing tool
27 June (UCL Chadwick 218) Bruce Fraser (Cambridge), The value and price of information: reflections on e-publishing in the humanities
4 July (STB3) Andrew Bevan (UCL), Computational Approaches to Human and Animal Movement in the Archaeological Record
11 July (STB3) Frances Foster (KCL), A digital presentation of the text of Servius
18 July (STB9) Ryan Bauman (University of Kentucky), Towards the Digital Squeeze: 3-D imaging of inscriptions and curse tablets
25 July (NG16) Charlotte Tupman (KCL), Markup of the epigraphy and archaeology of Roman Libya
1 Aug (NG16) Juan Garcés (British Library), Digitizing the oldest complete Greek Bible: The Codex Sinaiticus project
8 Aug (NG16) Charlotte Roueché (KCL), From Stone to Byte
15 Aug (NG16) Ioannis Doukas (KCL), Towards a digital publication for the Homeric Catalogue of Ships
22 Aug (NG16) Peter Heslin (Durham), Diogenes: Past development and future plans
We are inviting both students and established researchers involved in the application of the digital humanities to the study of the ancient world to come and introduce their work. The focus of this seminar series is the interdisciplinary and collaborative work that results at the interface of expertise in Classics or Archaeology and Computer Science.
The seminar will be followed by wine and refreshments.
Audio recordings and slideshows will be uploaded after each event.
(Sponsored by the Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, and the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College London.)
For more information please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the seminar website at http://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2008.html