Digital Classicist/ICS 2010 summer seminar programme

Meetings are on Fridays at 16:30
in room STB9 (Stewart House)
Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

*ALL WELCOME*
Seminars will be followed by refreshments

* Jun 4 _Leif Isaksen (Southampton)_ Reading Between the
Lines: unearthing structure in Ptolemy’s Geography
* Jun 11 _Hafed Walda (King’s College London)_ and Charles Lequesne
(RPS Group) Towards a National Inventory for Libyan Archaeology
* Jun 18 _Timothy Hill (King’s College London)_ After
Prosopography? Data modelling, models of history, and new directions
for a scholarly genre.
* Jun 25 _Matteo Romanello (King’s College London)_ Towards a
Tool for the Automatic Extraction of Canonical References
* Jul 2 _Mona Hess (University College London)_ 3D Colour Imaging
For Cultural Heritage Artefacts
* Jul 16 _Annemarie La Pensée (National Conservation Centre) and
Françoise Rutland (World Museum Liverpool)_ Non-contact 3D
laser scanning as a tool to aid identification and interpretation of
archaeological artefacts: the case of a Middle Bronze Age Hittite Dice
* Jul 23 _Mike Priddy (King’s College London)_ On-demand Virtual
Research Environments: a case study from the Humanities
* Jul 30 _Monica Berti (Torino) and Marco Büchler (Leipzig)_
Fragmentary Texts and Digital Collections of Fragmentary Authors
* Aug 6 _Kathryn Piquette (University College London)_ Material
Mediates Meaning: Exploring the artefactuality of writing utilising
qualitative data analysis software
* Aug 13 _Linda Spinazzè (Venice)_ Musisque Deoque. Developing new
features: manuscripts tracing on the net

For more information on individual seminars and updates on the
programme, see http://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/

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