Read about Perseids, the Bodin Project, Corpora and Digital Humanities at Tufts in the article, Tufts Reimagines Humanities Using Tools of the Digital Age.
Author Archives: Lisa M. Cerrato
The Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig is pleased to announce a new effort within the Open Philology Project: the Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS). In the first phase of LOFTS we invite public discussion … Continue reading
Visit the workshop site for further information. Previously announced on October 28th, 2013.
We are pleased to announce that records from the Perseus Catalog have beed loaded into VIAF as “the first set of personal names from a scholarly resource.” More information on this milestone may be found here: http://hangingtogether.org/?p=3455 Our thanks to OCLC Research!
Publishing Text for a Digital Age Update: Submissions now being accepted! March 27-30, 2014 http://sites.tufts.edu/digitalagetext/2014-workshop/ As a follow-on to “Working with Text in a Digital Age,” an NEH-funded Institute for Advanced Technologies in the Digital Humanities, and in collaboration with … Continue reading
The Tufts University Department of Religion seeks a specialist at the rank of Assistant Professor in Early Christianity. More information at the link above.
Perseus is now accepting applications for an Associate Research Programmer as part of the Perseids Project. The position will start September 1, 2013. Interested applicants are asked to follow the above link for further information. Follow up questions may be emailed … Continue reading
The Perseus Digital Library is pleased to announce the 1.0 Release of the Perseus Catalog. The Perseus Catalog is an attempt to provide systematic catalog access to at least one online edition of every major Greek and Latin author (both … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Marie-Claire Beaulieu, Assistant Professor of Classics, has been named Associate Editor of the Perseus Digital Library. Hired in 2010, Professor Beaulieu has research interests in Greek religion and myth, epigraphy, and medieval Latin. Upon … Continue reading