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LOFTS at the Digital Classics Panel at the 2014 APA Annual Meeting

APA-logoThe Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS) will be presented at the Digital Classics Panel at the 2014 APA Annual MeetingChicago, January 3, 2014:
Getting Started with Digital Classics, organized by the Digital Classics Association (Joint APA/AIA Panel)
Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Organizer
Session #26, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm, Regency Ballroom B

Digital approaches to the study of antiquity are opening up new perspectives on the classical world and bring with them an inherent focus on methodology. The mission of the Digital Classics Association (DCA) is to explore the potential of digital methods for the study of classical antiquity by fostering dialogue on their use in research and teaching. This first of four planned DCA workshops aims to introduce some of the latest scholarship to the broad membership of the AIA / APA, highlighting work within and beyond the rapidly evolving field of the digital humanities.

Program (see the post on the Digital Classics Association wepbage)

Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo, State University of New York

Diane Cline, George Washington University
Social Network Analysis and Ancient History

Neil Bernstein, Ohio University and Monica Berti, University of Leipzig
Approaches to Greek and Latin Text Reuse (see Abstract)

Adam Rabinowitz, The University of Texas at Austin
Living Pictures: Computational Photography and the Digital Classics

Francesco Mambrini, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin
The Ancient Greek Dependency Treebank

Ryan Baumann, Hugh Cayless, and Joshua D. Sosin, Duke University
After Integrating Digital Papyrology

Gregory Crane, Tufts University and University of Leipzig


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