These are some slides and text based on the talk I gave at the British Library’s Off the Page: Chapter Two event on April 13. I was invited to speak about works of mine that make use of classical sources. It’s relatively rare that I get to give a talk actually about classics (even in…

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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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From the resource: Digital archaeology, as I have conceived it here, is not about computation in the service of finding the answer. It is about deforming, and thinking through, the various networks and distributed agencies that tie us to the past and simultaneously make it strange, that enchant and confound us. There are any number…

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From the announcement: We’re excited to announce the availability of Zotero integration with Google Docs, joining Zotero’s existing support for Microsoft Word and LibreOffice. The same powerful functionality that Zotero has long offered for traditional word processors is now available for Google Docs. You can quickly search for items in your Zotero library, add page…

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