Tag Archives: digital-humanities

eBook – Archaeology 2.0

Thanks for the HT Bob.

eBook 'Archaeology 2.0: New Approaches to Communication & Collaboration' now available There is a new digitally-published (like!) book available at the University of California’s eScholarship repository entitled, Archaeology 2.0: New Approaches to Communication and Collaboration. The book is edited by Cal Berkeley’s Eric C. Kansa, the Alexandria Archive Institute’s Sarah Whitcher Kansa, and Michigan State’s Ethan Watrall. The volume explores the social use and context of the Web within the discipline of archaeology, and it is the f … Read More

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The Cargills

Are home, in Iowa.

getting settled into iowa city the last 4 weeks have been a time of monumental transition and emotion for me and for my family. in the past month, we packed all that we own into storage containers, moved out of our agoura hills condo, moved in with my mom just south of yosemite, experienced the birth of our son, maclaren, loaded all that we own into two m … Read More

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Founder and CEO of Academia.edu to speak at SBL

That should be interesting.

Chris Brady writes: I am very pleased to announce that Richard Price, DPhil (Oxon) will be speaking at the Blogging and Online Publication session at SBL this fall. I had the chance to have a cuppa with Richard last fall in SF and he is a wonderful young philosopher who also has a keen sense of what is happening in the wired world. If you are not familar with Academia.edu it is somewhat like Facebook for academics. They describe the site in this … Read More

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