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“Privashing” vs. publishing — in search of an accurate term for a problematic academic tradition

ShareTweet Gregory Crane Comments to gcrane2008@gmail.com [Draft as of July 28, 2015] Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities Leipzig University Professor of Classics Winnick Family Chair of Technology and Entrepreneurship Tufts University This is a short piece reflecting on … Continue reading

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Revision to “The Big Humanities, National Identity and the Digital Humanities in Germany”

ShareTweet I have integrated a number of comments and clarifications from my colleagues in Dariah-DE and TextGrid in revising “The Big Humanities, National Identity and the Digital Humanities in Germany” — a good deal more has gone into making Dariah-DE … Continue reading

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Resisting a monocultural (digital) Humanities

ShareTweet Gregory Crane gcrane2008@gmail.com July 17, 2015 I would very much recommend reading Domenico Fiormonte’s piece “Towards a monocultural (digital) Humanities” (with reference as well to the plea by Miran Hladnik for linguistic diversity)” First, Fiormonte’s piece gives some very … Continue reading

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Greek, Latin, and Digital Philology in Germany and the United States (part 2):

ShareTweet Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 is available here.) Greco-Roman Studies in the US July 14, 2015 Gregory Crane gcrane2008@gmail.com Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities Leipzig University Professor of Classics Winnick Family Chair of Technology and Entrepreneurship … Continue reading

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Greek, Latin, and Digital Philology in Germany and the United States

ShareTweet Part 1 (of 3) Gregory Crane gcrane2008@gmail.com Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities Leipzig University Professor of Classics Winnick Family Chair of Technology and Entrepreneurship I have published some data in a summarizing essay about Greco-Roman studies in … Continue reading

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Where did holders of German Chairs in Greek, Latin, Ancient History and Classical Archaeology get their PhDs?

ShareTweet Gregory Crane gcrane2008@gmail.com June 28, 2015 http://tinyurl.com/qd36fs3 As a by-product to a larger study of Greco-Roman studies in Germany and the United States, I have published some figures on where faculty from ranked PhD-granting departments got their PhDs. For … Continue reading

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Update: Where did faculty in US Classics Departments with top-ranked graduate programs get their own PhDs?

ShareTweet Gregory Crane gcrane2008@gmail.com Leipzig and Tufts Universities Maryam Foradi maryam.foradi@uni-leipzig.de Leipzig University June 25, 2015 [http://tinyurl.com/nhagkpf] [For the earlier version, see: http://tinyurl.com/pg7lloc] On June 11, we published a discussion of the programs from which the top ten departments in … Continue reading

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Where did faculty in US Classics Departments with top-ranked graduate programs get their own PhDs?

ShareTweet Gregory Crane gcrane2008@gmail.com Leipzig and Tufts Universities Maryam Foradi maryam.foradi@uni-leipzig.de Leipzig University June 11, 2015 Abstract: As part of another study, we analyzed websites for the ten US graduate programs in Classics most highly rated at http://www.phds.org/rankings/classics. These ten … Continue reading

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