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Open CFP: Digital Approaches and the Ancient World

More publicity! *Digital Approaches and the Ancient World* A themed issue of the _Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies_ Editors: Gabriel Bodard (University of London) gabriel dot bodard at sas.ac.uk Yanne Broux (KU Leuven) yanne dot broux at arts.kuleuven.be Ségolène Tarte (University of Oxford) segolene dot tarte at oerc.ox.ac.uk Call for papers: We invite colleagues all around the world and at all stages of their careers to submit papers on the topic of “Digital Approaches and the Ancient World” to a themed issue of the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. The topic is to be construed as widely as possible, to include not only the history, archaeology, language, literature and thought of the ancient and late antique Mediterranean world, but also of antiquity more widely, potentially including, for example, South and East Asian, Sub-Saharan African or Pre-Columbian American history. Digital approaches may also vary widely, to include methodologies from the digital humanities and information studies, quantitative methods from the hard sciences, or other innovative and transdisciplinary themes. Papers will be fully peer reviewed and selected for inclusion based not only on their research quality and significance, but especially on their ability to engage profoundly both with classics/history academic readers, and scholars from digital or informatic disciplines. We are keen to see papers that clearly lay out their disciplinary and interdisciplinary methodological approaches, and present and interpret the full range of scholarly and practical outcomes of their research. We encourage the use of and direct reference to open…

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Spaghetti Monsters al Dente

Cowabunga! Your beloved Dataninjas strike again! A couple of weeks back, we were invited to give people a hands on experience of how to make their own squirmy, noodly contraptions in Gephi at the ‘Papyri and Social Networks’ conference in Leiden. We definitely won over a soul or two for our cause, and for those who were still struggling to see the light, we promised to provide our presentations so they could let it sink in a little more. And so today we would like to share the joys and sorrows that come with network building in Gephi with the rest of the world. You can download the files here: general introduction gathering and structuring data Gephi tutorial 1 Gephi tutorial 2 No doubt many of you, in a fit of insanity, have accidentally deleted the sample files we provided to work with during the workshop. Since ninjas are badass, but not bad, we’ve decided to let this one pass with a slight contemptuous smirk, and add them here as well: so here’s the nodelist and the edgelist (right click to download these, otherwise they’ll just open up in a separate window). Now knock yourself out! Yanne & Silke

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Our very first poster!

Just a quick post to share the poster we presented at the Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences Day organized by the KU Leuven Doctoral School for the Humanities and Social Sciences (yup, we’ve got a very creative title management department here…): More info on how to identify individuals with the help of network visualization soon! By the way, has anyone ever noticed…  

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