We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the third series of the Digital Classicist New England (Boston?). This initiative, inspired by and connected to London’s Digital Classicist Work in Progress Seminar, is organized in association with the … Continue reading
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One goal of the Perseids Project is to engage humanities students in research and enable them to contribute to the open access resources on which the Perseus Digital Library is built. Tufts students in Professor Marie-Claire Beaulieu’s Fall 2013 Greek … Continue reading
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 transformed. … Continue reading
Many different linguistic services and tools are dependent on lexical information as it is commonly found in Latin and Greek dictionaries. Most of these applications rely on their own implementation of dictionaries, stem databases etc. but there is no centralized … Continue reading
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 of … Continue reading
Read about Perseids, the Bodin Project, Corpora and Digital Humanities at Tufts in the article, Tufts Reimagines Humanities Using Tools of the Digital Age.
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