Computing in Classical Studies: Digital Classicist, Digital Classics, Scholars Online, Perseus Project, Internet History Sourcebooks Project Books LLC

ISBN: 9781158280049

Published: October 14th 2010

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28 pages


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Computing in Classical Studies: Digital Classicist, Digital Classics, Scholars Online, Perseus Project, Internet History Sourcebooks Project  by  Books LLC

Computing in Classical Studies: Digital Classicist, Digital Classics, Scholars Online, Perseus Project, Internet History Sourcebooks Project by Books LLC
October 14th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 28 pages | ISBN: 9781158280049 | 6.45 Mb

Chapters: Digital Classicist, Digital Classics, Scholars Online, Perseus Project, Internet History Sourcebooks Project, the Latin Library. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membershipMoreChapters: Digital Classicist, Digital Classics, Scholars Online, Perseus Project, Internet History Sourcebooks Project, the Latin Library.

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Digital Classicist is a project and community for those interested in the application of Humanities Computing to the field of Classics and to ancient world studies more generally. The project claims the twin aims of bringing together scholars and students with an interest in computing and the ancient world, and disseminating advice and experience to the Classics discipline at large.

The Digital Classicist was founded in 2005 as a collaborative project based at Kings College London and the University of Kentucky, with editors and advisors from the Classics discipline at large. Many notable Classicists and Digital Humanists are on the advisory board of the Digital Classicist, including Richard Beacham (of the Kings Visualisation Lab), Alan Bowman (Professor of Ancient History at University of Oxford), Gregory Crane (of the Perseus Project), Bernard Frischer (of the Virtual World Heritage Laboratory), Michael Fulford (Professor of Archaeology and Pro-Vice-Chancellor at University of Reading), Willard McCarty (winner of the Lyman Award and Professor of Humanities Computing at Centre for Computing in the Humanities), James ODonnell (Provost of Georgetown University), Silvio Panciera (of University of Rome La Sapienza), Boris Rankov (Professor of Ancient History at Royal Holloway, University of London), Ross Scaife (Stoa Consortium and University of Kentucky).

The Digital Classicist community have taken an active role in posting news to the long-standing blog of the Stoa Consortium, which concerns itself with both Classical and Digital Humanities topics. A particular focus seems ...http: //booksllc.net/?id=8603776



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