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* [http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/barbican/programme.asp Digital Geography in a Web 2.0 World], London, February 20, 2008
 
* [http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/barbican/programme.asp Digital Geography in a Web 2.0 World], London, February 20, 2008
 
* [http://www.internetcentre.imperial.ac.uk/events  Epistemic Networks and GRID] + Web 2.0 for Arts and Humanities, 30-31 January 2008, Imperial College Internet Centre, Imperial College London
 
* [http://www.internetcentre.imperial.ac.uk/events  Epistemic Networks and GRID] + Web 2.0 for Arts and Humanities, 30-31 January 2008, Imperial College Internet Centre, Imperial College London
* Computer Applications in Archaeology (CAA), York, 1st-2nd February 2008 See [http://caa.leidenuniv.nl/BudapestCAA2008.htm First Announcement]
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* [http://www.caa2008.org/ Computer Applications in Archaeology (CAA)], Budapest' 2nd-6th April 2008
 
* [http://www.rch.uky.edu/CenterOfGravity/ Changing the center of gravity: the future of classical studies in cyberinfrastructure], October 5, 2007, University of Kentucky, Lexington
 
* [http://www.rch.uky.edu/CenterOfGravity/ Changing the center of gravity: the future of classical studies in cyberinfrastructure], October 5, 2007, University of Kentucky, Lexington
 
* [http://www.dartington.ac.uk/drha07/ Digital Resources for the Arts and Humanities (DRHA)], Dartington, 9-12th September 2007
 
* [http://www.dartington.ac.uk/drha07/ Digital Resources for the Arts and Humanities (DRHA)], Dartington, 9-12th September 2007

Revision as of 09:55, 14 August 2008

These pages seek to inform about forthcoming events (conferences, colloquia, lectures, etc.) related to research in Classical Studies/Ancient History involving computing technologies.

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Conferences

Future

  • The Publication and Study of Inscriptions in the Age of the Computer, panel at APA/AIA, Philadelphia, January 8-11, 2009.
  • (to be added)

Past

Seminars and Workshops

Future

Past

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