@CHS Research Bulletin
Margaret Williams of the Centre for the Study of Christian Origins recently conducted an epigraphy workshop which consisted of a couple of half-day seminars which provide a really useful overview of what is currently known in regards to Jewish epigraphy in Hellenistic/Roman times. Even better, all the materials (handouts, audio, powerpoints) have been made available online. This seems to be a useful model that other talks/seminar/paper sessions might want to emulate. In any event, details and links available here.
Another one from this past February … the very interesting talks from the Open University’s iLatin and eGreek – Ancient Languages and New Technology Conference are available online in one convenient place:
All the videos from the Greek Theatre, Landscape and Environment conference that took place this past February are conveniently online in one place at:
Videocast at the ASCSA: