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DAG: a research initiative for Digital Antiquities in Groningen

17 September 2015

Want to know more about digital humanities and what this burgeoning field means for the study of the ancient world? Please join us for the inaugural study meeting of Digital Antiquities in Groningen (DAG).

The meeting will be hosted by Raf Praet , who, together with Johannes Bjerva, will tell us something about their project Cassiodigitalis . Other researchers who want to do so will also be invited to succinctly present their research interests and their ideas for digital approaches. The session will close with a general discussion on the further organization of regular meetings. The ultimate aim of DAG is to provide a platform for researchers who are interested in digital approaches to antiquity.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday October 13, at 2pm. The location will be room 1312.0007 of the Faculty of Arts ( Harmonie Building ) in Groningen. We warmly invite young and senior researchers to participate in the meetings. All who wish to receive further information or who would like to be kept informed digitally can contact Raf Praet by e-mail.
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