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Have a favorite Digital History web site? Tell us about it!

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Do you have a favorite blog, podcast, or social media account dealing with digital history ? Perhaps you have a blog yourself? H-Digital History would like to hear about it!  We are compiling a listing of web sites relevant to the field of digital history that may be of interest to subscribers. Please submit any suggestions by replying to this link or by contacting the editors. If you are the site owner, add a few […]

Jobs: H-Net Postings for the Digital Humanities, 11 August to 18 August

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The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from 11 August 2014 to 18 August 2014. These job postings are included here based on the categories selected by the list editors for H-Announce. See the H-Net Job Guide website at http://www.h-net.org/jobs/ for more information.   DIGITAL HUMANITIES Trinity College – Public Humanitieshttp://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=49310 (0)

UCLA professor develops digital resources for study of ancient Egypt

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Willeke Wendrich first developed an interest in ancient Egyptian archaeology as a 20-year-old undergraduate student. Now an esteemed faculty member in UCLA’s Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, she’s made a career out of her lifelong passion and has managed to intertwine her fascination with the power of multimedia with her research on an ancient civilization. Willeke Wendrich stands with a headless statue of Ramses at… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit […]

Blame the Crowd, Not the Camera: Challenges to a New Open Photo Policy at the National Gallery

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Reader, I was wrong. Five years ago, I wrote a post arguing that museum photo policies should be as open as possible. I believe that the ability to take photographs (no flash) in a museum greatly increases many people’s abilities to personalize, memorialize, and enjoy the experience. I still feel that way. Mostly. But this past week, a string of stories from London have changed my perspective. The posts come from an aptly-named blog: Grumpy Art […]

Antiquities of Ionia (Society of Dilettanti)

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Antiquities of IoniaSociety of Dilettanti Antiquities of Ionia: Being a supplement to part III Band Band 5 (1915)  Antiquities of Ionia Band Band 4 (1881) Antiquities of Ionia Band Band 3 (1840) Antiquities of Ionia (1821) (0)

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