CFP: Journal of Hellenic Religion vol. 3

The Journal of Hellenic Religion’s (JfHR) will proceed shortly to produce the third volume of the Journal, which will be forthcoming in the mid 2010.
The JfHR is a peer-reviewed annual periodical. It has as a main theme the original interdisciplinary study of ancient Greek Religion and Theology (i.e. history, philosophy, politics-sociology and archaeology-anthropology).

The theme / subject of the forthcoming Volume 3 will focus on the ancient Greek beliefs of afterlife and death, their mourning, lamentation and funeral practices.

The articles should include full bibliography and endnotes.

The editorial panel may request editions and small alterations and a summary of the peer-reviewed process will be send after the author’s request. The authors hold their article’s copyright. The contributors will be requested to sign the ‘Licence To Publish’ based on the JISC and Surf Foundation guidelines.

Please view (URL: http://www.journalofhellenicreligion.markoulakispublications.org.uk/about/guide) the Contribution Guideline for more information of the word limitation.
Submission of any material must be on electronic form (doc, rtf), accompanied with the legal name and a current email and postal address of the author and emailed it to the Editor (see contact details below)

Thank you in advance of your contributions.

Nikolaos Markoulakis
Nottingham Trent University
Maudslay Building
Burton Street, NG1 4BU
Phone: +44 (0) 115 848 4354
fax: +44 (0) 115 848 4612
Email: n.markoulakis AT markoulakispublications.org.uk
Visit the website at http://www.journalofhellenicreligion.markoulakispublications.org.uk/

CONF: Digital Classicist seminar series

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We have had to make a small change to the Digital Classicist/ICS Work-in-Progress seminar series.  The updated programme is copied here.

*Digital Classicist/ICS Work in Progress Seminar, Summer 2009*

Fridays at 16:30 in STB3/6 (Stewart House), Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

(NB: July 17th seminar in British Library, 96 Euston Rd, NW1 2DW)

*June 5:* Bart Van Beek (Leuven)
‘Onomastics and Name-extraction in Graeco-Egyptian Papyri’

*June 12:* Philip Murgatroyd (Birmingham)
‘Starting out on the Journey to Manzikert: Agent-based modelling and
Mediaeval warfare logistics’

*June 19:* Mark Hedges & Tobias Blanke (King’s College London)
‘Linking and Querying Ancient Texts: A multi-database case study with epigraphic corpora”

*June 26:* Marco Büchler & Annette Loos (Leipzig)
‘Textual Re-use of Ancient Greek Texts: A case study on Plato’s works’

*July 3:* Roger Boyle & Nia Ng (Leeds)
‘Extracting the Hidden: Paper Watermark Location and Identification’

*July 10:* Cristina Vertan (Hamburg)
‘Teuchos: An Online Knowledge-based Platform for Classical Philology’

*July 17:* Christine Pappelau (Berlin) **NB: in British Library**
‘Roman Spolia in 3D: High Resolution Leica 3D Laser-scanner meets
ancient building structures’

*July 24:* Elton Barker (Oxford)
‘Herodotos Encoded Space-Text-Imaging Archive’

*July 31:* Leif Isaksen (Southampton)
‘Linking Archaeological Data’

*August 7:* Alexandra Trachsel (Hamburg)
‘An Online Edition of the Fragments of Demetrios of Skepsis’

*ALL WELCOME*

We are inviting both students and established researchers involved in the application of the digital humanities to the study of the ancient world to come and introduce their work. The focus of this seminar series is the interdisciplinary and collaborative work that results at the interface of expertise in Classics or Archaeology and computer Science.

The seminars will be followed by wine and refreshments.

For more information please contact any of the following:
Gabriel.Bodard AT kcl.ac.uk
Stuart.Dunn AT kcl.ac.uk
Juan.Garce AT bl.uk
Simon.Mahony AT kcl.ac.uk
or see the seminar website at
http://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2009.html

JOB: Generalist @ UArizona (one year)

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The Department of Classics at the  University of Arizona in Tucson seeks a highly qualified candidate for a full-time, benefits-eligible, one-year position as Visiting Assistant Professor beginning August, 2009.  We are seeking a broadly trained classicist who will teach six courses,  including one each in elementary and intermediate Greek, one in the
classical tradition, and two other large enrollment courses depending upon the candidate’s areas of expertise.

To apply, please follow the link www.uacareertrack.com to the University’s Human Resources site and search for job #43091.

Inquiries may be directed to:
Pamela J. Goldsmith
Senior Business Manager
Department of Classics
LSB 203
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ  85721
520-626-1396
goldsmip AT email.arizona.edu