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The '''Sunoikisis DC''' programme, coordinated by [[User:MonicaBerti|Monica Berti]] at the University of Leipzig and Gabriel Bodard at the Instutute of Classical Studies, London, is an international, collaborative teaching programme in digital humanities methods for classics and informatics students. Seminars are delivered online via Google Hangouts, all sessions are livestreamed though YouTube, and all materials are made available in a Github repository (links above).
 
The '''Sunoikisis DC''' programme, coordinated by [[User:MonicaBerti|Monica Berti]] at the University of Leipzig and Gabriel Bodard at the Instutute of Classical Studies, London, is an international, collaborative teaching programme in digital humanities methods for classics and informatics students. Seminars are delivered online via Google Hangouts, all sessions are livestreamed though YouTube, and all materials are made available in a Github repository (links above).
  
==Summer 2017 syllabus==
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==2018/19 syllabi==
  
* https://github.com/SunoikisisDC/SunoikisisDC-2016-2017/wiki/Spring-2017:-SunoikisisDC
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* https://github.com/SunoikisisDC/SunoikisisDC-2018-2019/wiki
  
 
==Past syllabi==
 
==Past syllabi==

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The Sunoikisis DC programme, coordinated by Monica Berti at the University of Leipzig and Gabriel Bodard at the Instutute of Classical Studies, London, is an international, collaborative teaching programme in digital humanities methods for classics and informatics students. Seminars are delivered online via Google Hangouts, all sessions are livestreamed though YouTube, and all materials are made available in a Github repository (links above).

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