Digital Classicist London 2022
Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study.
Fridays at 17:00 UK time; broadcast online.
Seminars will be screencast on the Digital Classicist London YouTube channel.
|May 27||Matei Tichindelean (UCLA)||Digital Reconstruction of the Akhenaten Torso in the Brooklyn Museum (abstract and livestream)||online|
|June 10||Scott Madry (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)||Historical Ecology of Southern Burgundy (abstract and livestream)||online|
|June 24||Valeria Vitale, Katherine McDonough (Alan Turing Institute) et al.||Antiquities and the Machine: computational methods for the study of the representation of historical sites on Ordnance Survey Maps of Great Britain (abstract and livestream)||Room 349|
|July 1||Farnoosh Shamsian (University of Leipzig)||Learning Ancient Greek in Persian through digital annotations (abstract and livestream)||Room 349 (speaker remote)|
|July 15||Alice Clinch (Cornell) & Jari Pakkanen (Royal Holloway),||Documenting ancient plasters in 3D: comparing standard and focus-stacking macro photogrammetry (video deleted at the presenters’ request)||Room 349|
|July 29||Reuben J. Pitts (KU Leuven)||Corpus of the Epigraphy of the Italian Peninsula in the 1st Millennium BCE (abstract and livestream)||Room 349|
The programme for the summer 2022 series of the Digital Classicist London seminar is now available. The seminar was organized by Gabriel Bodard (University of London), Paula Granados García (British Museum), Kelly McClinton (Oxford) and Valeria Vitale (Alan Turing Institute), and brings together presentations and discussions of innovative digital approaches to research, teaching, dissemination or engagement related to the ancient and pre-modern worlds.