Digital Classics Online

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  • Roxana Kath
  • Michaela Rücker
  • Reinhold Scholl
  • Charlotte Schubert


From the journal's about page (accessed 2022-10-07):

Digital Classics Online address scholars and young scientists working with methods from the digital humanities and dealing with discourses that arise, inter alia, from working with large amounts of data. We are looking for contributions from all areas that address the field of digital humanities, computational humanities and informatics and apply them to questions and problems of classical studies, particularly Ancient History, Classical Philology and Classical Archaeology and related disciplines (such as data formats, description standards, web technologies, databases, programming languages, and visualizations in classical studies). Related questions concerning virtual research environments, new training methods and the use of digital elements in Classical Studies teaching are also welcome.