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Announcement: Digital Classicist Wiki editing sprints

From the announcement: The regular Digital Classicist Wiki editing sprints that we used to run have stalled in the last year or so, but we will be restarting them as of next month. For now, sprints will run on the first Tuesday of every month, at 16:00–18:00 UK time. June 4, 2019 July 2, 2019…

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Announcement: Mapping Early American Elections – Essays, Maps, Data and Tutorials

From the announcement: Today the Mapping Early American Elections team is making their final release of maps, data, and essays for this project. We have four main elements that we are adding to the site, in addition to the hundreds of state-level maps of Congressional elections during the first-party system that we have already released….

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Announcement: Papers of the War Department Redesign

From the announcement: The Papers of the War Department team is happy to announce that we’re back online! The last time you heard from us, we were putting transcriptions on hold to start a total redesign of the Papers of the War Department website with the support of a grant from the American Council of…

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Announcement: “What is a Feminist Lab?” Symposium

From the announcement: The “What Is a Feminist Lab?” Symposium will take place at the University of Colorado Boulder in Norlin Library N410 on April 17-18, 2019. Co-organized by Maya Livio, Lori Emerson, and Thea Lindquist, the event will examine the recent proliferation of labs, surveying the lab landscape and exploring ways in which intersectional…

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Announcement: Jessica Marie Johnson Lecture at University of Rochester

From the announcement: The Andrew W. Mellon Fellows in the Digital Humanities at the University of Rochester are excited to announce the upcoming visit of  Professor Jessica Marie Johnson (Department of History, Johns Hopkins University) as a Distinguished Digital Humanist during the April 8-10. Detailed schedule of events TBA. Events include: a public lecture (“Constellation Noire: Scrying Diasporic Futures…

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Announcement: Slave Voyages 2.0

From the announcement: The Intra-American Slave Trade Database contains information on approximately 10,000 slave voyages within the Americas. These voyages operated within colonial empires, across imperial boundaries, and inside the borders of nations such as the United States and Brazil. The database enables users to explore the contours of this enormous New World slave trade,…

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Announcement: ARIADNEplus Project

From the announcement: The ARIADNEplus project is the extension of the previous ARIADNE Integrating Activity, which successfully integrated archaeological data infrastructures in Europe, indexing in its registry about 2.000.000 datasets (ARIADNE portal). ARIADNEplus will build on the ARIADNE results, extending and supporting the research community that the previous project created and further developing the relationships…

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Announcement: ARIADNEplus Project

From the announcement: The ARIADNEplus project is the extension of the previous ARIADNE Integrating Activity, which successfully integrated archaeological data infrastructures in Europe, indexing in its registry about 2.000.000 datasets (ARIADNE portal). ARIADNEplus will build on the ARIADNE results, extending and supporting the research community that the previous project created and further developing the relationships…

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Announcement: ARIADNEplus Project

From the announcement: The ARIADNEplus project is the extension of the previous ARIADNE Integrating Activity, which successfully integrated archaeological data infrastructures in Europe, indexing in its registry about 2.000.000 datasets (ARIADNE portal). ARIADNEplus will build on the ARIADNE results, extending and supporting the research community that the previous project created and further developing the relationships…

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Announcement: When Rivers Were Trails

From the announcement: When Rivers Were Trails is an educational 2D adventure game which follows an Anishinaabeg in the 1890’s who is displaced from Fond du Lac in Minnesota to California due to the impact of allotment acts on Indigenous communities. Developed in collaboration with the Indian Land Tenure Foundation and Michigan State University’s Games…

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