ShareTweet Sunoikisis is a successful national consortium of Classics programs developed by the Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies. The goal is to extend Sunoikisis to a global audience and contribute to it with an international consortium of Digital Classics programs (Sunoikisis DC). Sunoikisis … Continue reading
Author Archives: Lisa M. Cerrato
ShareTweet The Perseids team is delighted to announce a grant from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation (http://www.kressfoundation.org/) for the Digital Milliet. The Samuel H. Kress Foundation devotes its resources to advancing the history, conservation, and enjoyment of the vast heritage of European art, architecture, … Continue reading
ShareTweet The Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig is starting a Sunoikisis Program in Europe in collaboration with Sunoikisis at the Center for Hellenic Studies. Sunoikisis Europe will be based in Leipzig and will offer courses in digital … Continue reading
ShareTweet On October 10, 2014, Perseids was used by a class of Master’s students from the universities of Lyon to edit Greek inscriptions. The Perseids team traveled to Lyon as part of the Visible Worlds Project, “Research and Training in … Continue reading
ShareTweet Visiting research scholar at Perseus, Nick White has released a new version of Ancient Greek OCR, free software to accurately convert scans of printed Ancient Greek into unicode text and PDF files, which can be easily searched, copied, archived, and … Continue reading
ShareTweet Pelagios, Pleiades, and Perseids workshop took place at week-long hackathon On Monday, March 3, students in Marie-Claire Beaulieu’s Medieval Latin class and Maxim Romanov’s Geography of the Classical Islamic World held a workshop together with the Pelagios team. Leif Isaksen (University … Continue reading
ShareTweet Read about Perseids, the Bodin Project, Corpora and Digital Humanities at Tufts in the article, Tufts Reimagines Humanities Using Tools of the Digital Age.
ShareTweet 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 … Continue reading
ShareTweet Visit the workshop site for further information. Previously announced on October 28th, 2013.
ShareTweet 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 … Continue reading