Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 833.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 07:00:51 +0100
From: Ross Scaife <scaife@UKY.EDU>
Subject: Classics@ Volume 2 now online
The Electronic Journal of the Center for Hellenic Studies of Harvard
Volume 02, 2004. Christopher Blackwell, Ross Scaife, edd.
Greg Nagy, "Preface".
Christopher Blackwell and Ross Scaife, "Introduction: CHS Summer
Workshop on Technology."
Deborah Anderson, "Preliminary Guidelines to Using Unicode for Greek."
Michael Arnush, "The Epigraphic Database for Athenian Democracy (EDAD)."
Christopher W. Blackwell, "Demos: Challenges and Lessons."
Sandra Boero-Imwinkelried, "Vicus Unquentarius: Perfume, Epigraphy, and
Hugh A. Cayless, "Directory Services for Classical Informatics."
Susan Guettel Cole, "From GML to XML."
Casey Dué and Mary Ebbott, "As Many Homers As You Please: an On-line
Multitext of Homer."
Rebecca Frost Davis, "Collaborative Classics: Technology and the Small
Liberal Arts College."
Michael Jones, "Making electronic publication easier, faster, and more
powerful with Hydra, a drag-and-drop TEI publishing environment."
Martin Mueller, "Of Digital Serendipity and the Homeric Scholia."
Bruce Robertson, "Improving Ancient History Online with Heml."
Neel Smith, "TextServer: Toward a Protocol for Describing Libraries."
Lenny Muellner, "CHS Publishing Program and Goals."
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