Ancient Makerspaces Session at January 2017 SCS Meeting

There will be an all-day workshop entitled “Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship” at the SCS Meeting, Saturday, January 7 from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The presenters will be as follows:

  • (8:30-9:00) Thomas Beasley (Bucknell University) “Visualizing Networks in the Ancient Mediterranean”
  • (9:10-9:50) Rodney Ast (University of Heidelberg) “Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri”
  • (9:55-10:45) Rebecca Benefiel (Washington and Lee University) “Ancient Graffiti Project”
  • (10:50-11:35) Sebastian Heath (New York University) “Make Your Own 3D Models”
  • (11:40-12:25) Ryan Horne (University of North Carolina) “Make Your Own Map”
  • (12:30-1:00) Pramit Chaudhuri (Dartmouth College) and Joseph Dexter (Harvard University) “Phylogenetic Profiling and the Reception of Classical Drama”
  • (1:10-1:55) James Gawley (University of Buffalo) “Intertext Mining with Tesserae”
  • (2:00-2:45) Bridget Almas (Tufts University) “Perseids: Infrastructure for Research and Collaboration”
  • (3:00-4:00) Patrick J. Burns (New York University) Panel Discussion

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