Sunoikisis DC 2017

An International Consortium of Digital Classics Programs

SunoikisisDC – An International Consortium of Digital Classics Programs

Planning Seminar 2017
December 12-13, 2016

P 402 (4. Etage)
Paulinum, Hauptgebäude
Universität Leipzig
Augustusplatz 10-11 – 04109 Leipzig

Monday, December 12

09:00-09:30: Welcome and Introduction (Monica Berti and Gregory R. Crane, University of Leipzig & Tufts University)
09:30-10:00: Sunoikisis at the Center for Hellenic Studies (Kenny Morrell, Rhodes College & CHS)
10:00-10:45: Digital Classics in Oslo (Dag Trygve Truslew Haug, University of Oslo)

10:45-11:15: Coffee Break

11:15-11:45: Treebanking (Giuseppe G.A. Celano, University of Leipzig)
11:45-12:15: Digital Classics in Florida (Eleni Bozia, University of Florida)
12:15-13:00: Discussion

13:00-14:30: Break for lunch and informal meetings

14:30-15:00: Digital Classics in Croatia (Petra Šoštaric, University of Zagreb)
15:00-15:30: Digital Classics in Bulgaria (Dimitar Illiev, University of Sofia)
15:30-16:00: Reading Herodotus in Egypt (Usama A. Gad, Ain-Shams University, Cairo and University of Heidelberg)

16:00-16:15: Coffee Break

16:15-16:45: Reading Herodotus in Tbilisi (Levan Gordeziani, Tbilisi State University)
16:45-17:15: Digital Classics in Potsdam: Working with students on similes in a digital environment (Karen Blaschka, University of Potsdam)
17:15-17:45: Digital Papyrology in Leipzig (Nadine Quenouille, University of Leipzig)
17:45-18:15: Digital Papyrology in Trier (Nicola Reggiani, University of Parma & University of Trier)
18:15-18:45: Discussion

Tuesday, December 13

09:00-09:30: SunoikisisDC and Digital Humanities at the ICS London (Gabriel Bodard, Institute of Classical Studies, London)
09:30-10:00: Digital Classics in Berlin (Matteo Romanello and Francesco Mambrini, DAI Berlin)
10:00-10:30: Digital Classics in Leipzig: eComparatio and eAQUA course (Oliver Bräckel, Friedrich Meins, and Corina Willkommen, University of Leipzig)

10:30-10:45: Coffee Break

10:45-11:15: Digital Egyptology (Franziska Naether, University of Leipzig)
11:15-11:45: Digital learning techniques for Ancient Greek and Farsi (Maryam Foradi, University of Leipzig)
11:45-12:15: Reading Herodotus in Teheran (Arash Keramati, Teheran – Iran)
12:15-12:45: Digital Geography (Rainer Simon and Chiara Palladino, Austrian Institute of Technology Wien & University of Leipzig)
12:45-13-00: Discussion

13:00-14:30: Break for lunch and informal meetings

14:30-15:00: The Open Greek and Latin Project (Gregory R. Crane, University of Leipzig & Tufts University)
15:00-17:00: Discussion and SunoikisisDC Syllabus

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