From Gregory Crane (Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities – Department of Computer Science – University of Leipzig & Professor of Classics – Tufts University) October 2013 – January 2014: Overview of Digital Philology (5 credits) April – July 2014: Current Topics in Digital Philology (10 credits) [Please re-circulate] *Research assistantships for enrolled students are available to students […]
Archive for the tag 'Gregory Crane'
May 15 2013
May 8 2013
Gregory Ralph Crane – Alexander von Humboldt Professorship 2013
April 19 2013
Gregory Crane Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities University of Leipzig Professor of Classics Tufts University Editor in Chief, Perseus Project This paper began as a contribution to the debate on whether or not the APA should change its name. A hundred and forty years later, the central leadership of the American Philological Association […]
April 5 2013
Initial Research Plan (April 2013) Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities The University of Leipzig Abstract: The Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig sees in the rise of Digital Technologies an opportunity to re-assess and re-establish how the humanities can advance the understanding of the past and to support a […]
December 6 2012
By Gregory R. Crane (Perseus Digital Library): We are preparing for a new set of texts to be entered by the data entry firm with which we work (http://www.digitaldividedata.org/). The next order will be sent in mid December but a more substantial order will be placed early in 2013.
November 24 2012
Greg Crane – The Humanities in a Digital Age November 27, 2012 – Digital Humanities McGill – Leacock 232 – 4:00 – 5:30 pm 855 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, H3A2T7, Canada We now live in a pervasively digital world and Humanists have an opportunity to rethink our goals. On the one hand, we can now develop research […]
October 3 2012
We post an article published by Maria Chiara Pievatolo in the Bollettino telematico di filosofia politica about the role played by Gregory R. Crane in the humanities (see also our post on Humanities in a Digital World). Chi studia l’antichità conosce Gregory Crane anche quando non ne rammenta il nome, non per quello che ha scritto […]