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Member of Arc-Team receives would honor in Brazil


Small press conference. Below left Councilman Fernando Brandão and right Councilman Fernando Assumption. Dear friends, It is with great joy that I share with you the would honor I received from the City Council of Sinop-MT in Brazil. This is an honorific title known as “Comenda Colonizador Enio Pipino,” (Commendatory) that is offered the personalities that stand out in various ways, in my case was in relation to computer graphics work exercised with Blender and […]


Open Access Archaeology Digest #616


Today’s list of Open Access (free to read) articles: Towards a pan-Caribbean perspective of pre-Colonial mobility and exchange: preface to a special volume of the Journal of Caribbean Archaeologyhttp://bit.ly/1y0LAkK Balance Sheet for 1892http://bit.ly/10LCJEt Early English Artistical Receiptshttp://bit.ly/17Vrl9P Caledonian Campanologyhttp://bit.ly/YGC1ax Long and continuous or short term and occasional occupation? The human use of Leang Sarru rock shelter in the Talaud Islands, northeastern Indonesiahttp://bit.ly/1y0LABs Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK


Approaching deadline: DEC 12. Application for Teachers College's "Global Competence Certificate" for teachers


At Teachers College, Columbia University, we are partnering with the Asia Society and World Savvy to create a new graduate certificate program, the Global Competence Certificate (GCC) program.  Teachers will take courses about sustainability, economics, digital media, human rights, and project-based learning with thought leaders recognized for their expertise in these areas.  Faculty will help guide teacher practice


Humanités numériques: l’exemple de l’Antiquité (Grenoble, Sept 2-4, 2015)


(Version française dessous) The University ‘Stendhal’ of Grenoble 3, the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme-Alpes, L’Université Grenoble 2, the Humboldt Chair for Digital Humanities and HISOMA  organise the conference “Digital Humanities: the example of Antiquity”. The conference will take place in Grenoble, from the 2nd to the 4th of September 2015. The goal of this conference is twofold: at the same time an assessment of existing methodologies and a looking forward to new ones. It also has the objective of evaluating current practices of the application of Digital Humanities […]

Gabriel Bodard

Open Access Journal: Egypt Exploration Society Newsletter


[First posted in AWOL 12/2/09. Most recently updated 28 November 2014] EES Newsletters The Society’s paper newsletter is mailed to members three times a year, usually in March, July and October. The Society’s events are announced here first and the newsletter also includes details of new publications, fundraising campaigns, sales of second-hand books on eBay, and governance related issues such as the election of Trustees etc. News & Events Summer 2008News & Events Autumn / […]

Charles Jones

Changing faces: revealing ancient alterations in Saharan rock art


Jorge De Torres, Cataloguer, African rock art image project The Ennedi Plateau cliffs, Chad Fifteen years ago, I started my training as an archaeologist participating in a rock art survey in Extremadura, Spain. For a month I climbed cliffs and endured summer temperatures of 45ºC, looking for the flat rock faces where the schematic rock art we were looking for might be. One of those exhausting days, I crawled under a shelter during a break […]


Call for Manuscripts: Digital Art History


28 Nov 2014 The Digital Age has revolutionized economy, society and our private lives. For decades now, digitalization has also touched most branches of the humanities. With the rising importance of the so called Digital Humanities, Art History is about to change significantly. Since the slide library is irreversibly replaced by image databases, the fact that our media have turned digital opens up to new possibilities. Academic books and journals are increasingly accessed and published […]


“Shaping Europe”: Europeana 1914-1918 and Europeana 1989


2nd and 3rd December 2014 Shaping Europe event will mark the centenary commemoration of WW1 and the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain WW1 and the fall of the Iron Curtain, two events that shaped the Europe we know today to be commemorated at the European Parliament in unique style. A family history roadshow, digitising personal memorabilia of MEPs for these two seminal periods of European history, is taking place in the […]


Give the Gift of Paleoart!


One of my favorite things about the Internet Age, among many favorite things, is the way in which it facilitates access to some incredible paleontology-themed art. The talented artists who illustrated the dinosaurs of my childhood reached their audiences through books or magazines. Now, a quick Google image search, or a brief stint on Twitter, or a browse through deviantART, turns up countless creative and compelling works by artists around the globe. We are living […]

Andrew Farke

Open Access Journal: Lingue antiche e moderne


 [First posted in AWOL 24 November 2013, updated 27 November 2014] Lingue antiche e moderne   La nuova rivista “Lingue antiche e moderne” intende aprire un luogo di incontro e riflessione privilegiato per filologi classici e filologi moderni, nello spirito di collaborazione e partnership tra realtà culturali diverse che caratterizza l’Associazione dei Laureati in Lingue dell’Università di Udine, ateneo che fin dalle origini ha sempre valorizzato la presenza dell’insegnamento della lingua e letteratura latina nel […]

Charles Jones

Open Access Archaeology Digest #615


A nice batch of Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles: Continuità d’occupazione nel suburbio sud-orientale di Roma. Il caso di via Ispica. http://bit.ly/19vrCnP The Three ‘Cs’: Traditional Cultural Values, Cultural Landscapes, and Cultural Propertieshttp://bit.ly/ZgE9Fv The parish church … sancti Stephanis regis circa Drauam – a contribution to the interpretation of the spread of Hungarian political influence south of the Drava http://bit.ly/1uNhnQ9 Testimonianze preromane del culto domestico a Pompei: i compita vicinalia sulla facciata di […]


Round table: Linking Ancient People, Places, Objects and Texts


Linking Ancient People, Places, Objects and Texts a round table discussion Gabriel Bodard (KCL), Daniel Pett (British Museum), Humphrey Southall (Portsmouth), Charlotte Tupman (KCL); with response by Eleanor Robson (UCL) 18:00, Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014 Anatomy Museum, Strand Building 6th Floor (http://www.kcl.ac.uk/campuslife/campuses/download/KBLevel6forweb.pdf) King’s College London, Strand London WC2R 2LS As classicists and ancient historians have become increasingly reliant on large online research tools over recent years, it has become ever more imperative to find ways […]

Gabriel Bodard

CDLI search


CDLI has recently implemented at <http://cdli.ucla.edu/search/> a search functionality, similar to that for transliterations, for lines of translation and comment that form a part of our core text annotation files. While only a fraction of the numbers of translations available through the Oracc consortium, there are, still, currently some 54,000 lines of translated cuneiform text in CDLI files, mostly in English, but including some instances in German, French, and even Catalan; 14,700 lines of interlinear […]

Charles Jones
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