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* Founded by Ross Scaife†
 
* Founded by Ross Scaife†
 
* Since Profe Scaife's death in 2008, the Stoa website and all the projects it collects were hosted by the University of Kentucky, but not actively maintained.
 
* Since Profe Scaife's death in 2008, the Stoa website and all the projects it collects were hosted by the University of Kentucky, but not actively maintained.
* In 2019, the [[Institute for the Study of the Ancient World]] stood up a Reclaim server and migrated most of the static content from the Stoa site. The blog moved to the [[Institute of Classical Studies]].
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* In 2019, the [[Institute for the Study of the Ancient World]] stood up a Reclaim server under the aegis of Tom Elliott, and migrated most of the static content from the Stoa site.
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* The blog moved to the [[Institute of Classical Studies]], under the editorship of Gabriel Bodard.
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==

Revision as of 18:20, 6 August 2019

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  • Founded by Ross Scaife†
  • Since Profe Scaife's death in 2008, the Stoa website and all the projects it collects were hosted by the University of Kentucky, but not actively maintained.
  • In 2019, the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World stood up a Reclaim server under the aegis of Tom Elliott, and migrated most of the static content from the Stoa site.
  • The blog moved to the Institute of Classical Studies, under the editorship of Gabriel Bodard.

Description

From the Stoa About page (accessed 2019-02-28):

The Stoa Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities was edited since its creation in 1997 by Ross Scaife, Professor of Classics at the University of Kentucky, until 2008. The Stoa exists to serve several purposes: dissemination of news and announcements, mainly via the gateway blog; discussion of best practices via discussion groups and white papers; and publication of experimental on-line projects, many of them subject to scholarly peer review. Open Access to networked scholarship is a bedrock principle for this site. Only the blog is now active, jointly maintained by a consortium of scholars in Classics and Digital Humanities.

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