Author Archives: Gregory Crane

Lecture on “Visualization for Close and Distant Reading”

ShareTweet Gerik Scheuermann, Leipzig University, Germany Olin Hall 007 6:00-7:15 PM Wednesday October 19 Tufts University Medford MA Visualization plays a prominent role in digital humanities. It allows to communicate results of digital analysis to humanists. The talk presents four … Continue reading

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Considering a post-bac in Classics? Think about the new MA in Digital Tools for Premodern Studies at Tufts.

ShareTweet http://asegrad.tufts.edu/academics/explore-graduate-programs/digital-humanities This blog focuses upon what this program offers to students who have traditionally participated in post-baccalaureate programs to prepare for a PhD program in Greco-Roman studies. Two years ago I published a blog entitled “So you want to … Continue reading

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Collaborating Courses on Fifth-Century Greek History in Spring 2016?

ShareTweet Call for Collaboration Gregory Crane Leipzig and Tufts Universities September 1, 2015 This is a preliminary call for comment and for participation. I expect to be teaching an advanced Greek course in Spring 2016, quite possibly on Thucydides. I … Continue reading

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Open Patrologia Graeca 1.0

ShareTweet August 8, 2015 http://tinyurl.com/nlvhy9b Comments to munson@dh.uni-leipzig.de Federico Boschetti, CNR, Pisa Gregory Crane, Leipzig/Tufts Matt Munson, Leipzig/Tufts Bruce Robertson, Mount Allison Nick White, Durham (UK) (and Tufts during 2014) A first stab at producing OCR-generated Greek and Latin for … Continue reading

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Essays on Digital Classics and Digital Humanities

ShareTweet Gregory Crane Professor of Classics and Winnick Family Chair of Technology and Entrepreneurship Tufts University Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities Open Access Officer University of Leipzig Comments to gcrane2008@gmail.com This link points a list and short summary … Continue reading

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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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