EVENT: Digital Classicist London seminar 2021

The theme for the Digital Classicist London seminar for 2021 is world classics, and the program consists of speakers who are “working with digital humanities and digital classics methods to the study of antiquity—whether language, corpora, archaeology—from across the world.” The sessions of the seminar will be streamed live on Youtube, with links to be provided beforehand. Sessions will remain available on the Digital Classicist London Seminars Youtube Channel after the conclusion of the seminar.

All seminars at 17:00 UK time (Youtube links to be added).

  • Fri, Apr 16 Christian Prager (Bonn) & Cristina Vertan (Hamburg), Machines Reading and Deciphering Maya Hieroglyphs: Towards a Digital Epigraphy of Maya Hieroglyphic Writing (Youtube)
  • Fri, May 28 Andreas Fuls (TU Berlin), Mathematical epigraphy and the Interactive Corpus of Indus Texts (ICIT) (Youtube)
  • Fri, Jun 11 Arlo Griffiths (EFEO Paris) & Dániel Balogh (HU-Berlin), Project DHARMA: Pushing South and Southeast Asian Textual Sources into the Digital World (Youtube)
  • Fri, Jun 25 Chiara Palladino (Furman) & Tariq Yousef (Leipzig), We want to learn all languages! Applications of translation alignment in digital environments (Youtube)
  • Fri, Jul 9 Heidi Jauhiainen (Helsinki), Machine-Readable Texts for Egyptologists (Youtube)
  • Fri, Jul 23 Daria Elagina (Hamburg), Modelling Vocabulary of Digital Competencies for the Project ENCODE (Youtube)

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