[Open Hours – Week 5] Digital Humanities and Classics

Join us on Friday 23 November for a one hour discussion between 12 noon and 1pm at the Digital Humanities Hub in the fifth of our weekly Open Hours!

Topic – Digital Humanities and Classics

This is the first of our sessions devoted to a specific discipline, Classics. In this session we’ll talk about how Classicists are using digital methods and tools. Joining us will be special guest Dr. Gwynaeth McIntyre who will talk about her work with Omeka.net as a teaching tool.

Reading – Digitally Mapping Cicero’s Networks, Letters, and Emotions

This short blog post from Caitlin Marley talks about her work doing a “mesoanalysis” of Cicero’s writings using a few different Digital Humanities methods.


Projects – Museum of Classical Antiquities


A great example of student work to digitise and display Classical artifacts.

WHEN: 12pm – 1pm, Friday 23 November 2018

WHERE: Digital Humanities Hub, Room 1W3, First Floor, Arts Building

WHO: Anyone in the University community – there’s no advance registration required, but we always appreciate knowing in advance if you are planning to come along!

LIBRARIAN: Christopher Seay christopher.seay@otago.ac.nz

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