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*With the usual apologies for cross posting* Dear Colleagues, A reminder that the call for papers is still open and we'd love to see your abstracts! At the forthcoming EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) meeting in Barcelona (5-8th September 2018), there will be a session entitled “Can we develop a European network of linked research agendas?”. This session is being jointly organised by Historic England, the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. I am writing to make you aware of the call for papers for the session and would greatly appreciate it if you would consider submitting an abstract or forwarding this email to colleagues who may be interested. SESSION TITLE: Can we develop a European network of linked research agendas? (EAA session #699) SESSION ORGANISERS: • Edmund Lee (Historic England, England) • Dan Miles (Historic England, England) • Emma Jane O’Riordan (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Scotland) • Inge van der Jagt (Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, The Netherlands) ABSTRACT Making choices is part and parcel of our daily lives as human beings. The best decisions are made throu gh a transparent and participatory process, collecting and considering the evidence, identifying needs and opportunities. Archaeological research agendas have existed for many years in a plethora of formats and scope, used to coordinate our research effort in different cultural periods or geogrphical locations. Since the Valetta Convention and the huge rise in commercial or planning-led archaeological investigations, the need to develop research agendas to prioritise interventions and research has increased greatly. A number of research agendas are now online providing opportunities to link agendas. However, the majority of these are confined by political and territorial boundaries irrespective of the archaeological record. Are we missing an opportunity to look outside our own countries? Do we know what other archaeologists are researching and why? Should we start linking things up? How is archaeological research prioritised in countries without research agendas or framework s? Is this an opportunity to develop a European archaeological research agenda? This session will look at how different countries have approached the development of research agendas as cultural heritage tools within their own political and legislative frameworks. Does the public have a voice in these agendas? We will then ask the question should we consider crossing boundaries and linking our agendas – whether digitally or conceptually, and how can we begin to move forward sharing ideas, approaches and even agendas. SESSION KEYWORDS research, framework, agenda, methodology, developer-led, linking, sharing Please go to https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2018/ for more information about the annual meeting, including registration and abstract submission. The deadline for abstract submission is 15th February 2018. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me at [log in to unmask], or one of the other session organisers. Kind regards, Emma Jane O ’Riordan Emma Jane O’Riordan ScARF Project Manager Society of Antiquaries of Scotland www.socantscot.org (1 message)
Call for Papers: Digital Classicist London, summer 2018 (1 message)
CFP: NEW APPROACHES TO THE ANCIENT GRECO-ROMAN MEDITERRANEAN - New Scholar's Series (Bates College, Maine) (1 message)
DH Awards 2017: Voting is open! (1 message)
DHN 2018 conference, Helsinki 7-9 March 2018: Programme published | Open Science workshops | Digital & Critical Friday (1 message)
Doctoral researcher position (1 message)
El'Manuscript 2018 - Vienna/Krems, 14–18 September - Call for papers (1 message)
Job Posting-Perseids Senior Software Developer (1 message)
Stopwords for Greek and Latin (1 message)
Summer school digital archaeology, 10-14 September 2018 Barcelona (1 message)
Three funded doctoral scholarships at Oxford (1 message)
Who is using Clarin or Dariah to work with Greek, Latin or other historical languages? (2 messages)
Workshop in Antalya (1 message)
[CfP] [SSC2018] Session on Agent-based Computational Archaeology: Networks (1 message)
[Job post: Technical Lead / Solutions Architect – Digital Humanities Project at Aga Khan University (International) in the UK] (1 message)

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*With the usual apologies for cross posting* Dear Colleagues, A reminder that the call for papers is still open and we'd love to see your abstracts! At the forthcoming EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) meeting in Barcelona (5-8th September 2018), there will be a session entitled “Can we develop a European network of linked research agendas?”. This session is being jointly organised by Historic England, the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. I am writing to make you aware of the call for papers for the session and would greatly appreciate it if you would consider submitting an abstract or forwarding this email to colleagues who may be interested. SESSION TITLE: Can we develop a European network of linked research agendas? (EAA session #699) SESSION ORGANISERS: • Edmund Lee (Historic England, England) • Dan Miles (Historic England, England) • Emma Jane O’Riordan (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Scotland) • Inge van der Jagt (Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, The Netherlands) ABSTRACT Making choices is part and parcel of our daily lives as human beings. The best decisions are made throu gh a transparent and participatory process, collecting and considering the evidence, identifying needs and opportunities. Archaeological research agendas have existed for many years in a plethora of formats and scope, used to coordinate our research effort in different cultural periods or geogrphical locations. Since the Valetta Convention and the huge rise in commercial or planning-led archaeological investigations, the need to develop research agendas to prioritise interventions and research has increased greatly. A number of research agendas are now online providing opportunities to link agendas. However, the majority of these are confined by political and territorial boundaries irrespective of the archaeological record. Are we missing an opportunity to look outside our own countries? Do we know what other archaeologists are researching and why? Should we start linking things up? How is archaeological research prioritised in countries without research agendas or framework s? Is this an opportunity to develop a European archaeological research agenda? This session will look at how different countries have approached the development of research agendas as cultural heritage tools within their own political and legislative frameworks. Does the public have a voice in these agendas? We will then ask the question should we consider crossing boundaries and linking our agendas – whether digitally or conceptually, and how can we begin to move forward sharing ideas, approaches and even agendas. SESSION KEYWORDS research, framework, agenda, methodology, developer-led, linking, sharing Please go to https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2018/ for more information about the annual meeting, including registration and abstract submission. The deadline for abstract submission is 15th February 2018. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me at [log in to unmask], or one of the other session organisers. Kind regards, Emma Jane O ’Riordan Emma Jane O’Riordan ScARF Project Manager Society of Antiquaries of Scotland www.socantscot.org

*With the usual apologies for cross posting* Dear Colleagues, A reminder that the call for papers is still open and we'd love to see your abstracts! At the forthcoming EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) meeting in Barcelona (5-8th September 2018), there will be a session entitled “Can we develop a European network of linked research agendas?”. This session is being jointly organised by Historic England, the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. I am writing to make you aware of the call for papers for the session and would greatly appreciate it if you would consider submitting an abstract or forwarding this email to colleagues who may be interested. SESSION TITLE: Can we develop a European network of linked research agendas? (EAA session #699) SESSION ORGANISERS: • Edmund Lee (Historic England, England) • Dan Miles (Historic England, England) • Emma Jane O’Riordan (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Scotland) • Inge van der Jagt (Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, The Netherlands) ABSTRACT Making choices is part and parcel of our daily lives as human beings. The best decisions are made throu gh a transparent and participatory process, collecting and considering the evidence, identifying needs and opportunities. Archaeological research agendas have existed for many years in a plethora of formats and scope, used to coordinate our research effort in different cultural periods or geogrphical locations. Since the Valetta Convention and the huge rise in commercial or planning-led archaeological investigations, the need to develop research agendas to prioritise interventions and research has increased greatly. A number of research agendas are now online providing opportunities to link agendas. However, the majority of these are confined by political and territorial boundaries irrespective of the archaeological record. Are we missing an opportunity to look outside our own countries? Do we know what other archaeologists are researching and why? Should we start linking things up? How is archaeological research prioritised in countries without research agendas or framework s? Is this an opportunity to develop a European archaeological research agenda? This session will look at how different countries have approached the development of research agendas as cultural heritage tools within their own political and legislative frameworks. Does the public have a voice in these agendas? We will then ask the question should we consider crossing boundaries and linking our agendas – whether digitally or conceptually, and how can we begin to move forward sharing ideas, approaches and even agendas. SESSION KEYWORDS research, framework, agenda, methodology, developer-led, linking, sharing Please go to https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2018/ for more information about the annual meeting, including registration and abstract submission. The deadline for abstract submission is 15th February 2018. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me at [log in to unmask], or one of the other session organisers. Kind regards, Emma Jane O ’Riordan Emma Jane O’Riordan ScARF Project Manager Society of Antiquaries of Scotland www.socantscot.org

Emma O'Riordan <[log in to unmask]>

Thu, 8 Feb 2018 13:50:14 +0000

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Call for Papers: Digital Classicist London, summer 2018

Call for Papers: Digital Classicist London, summer 2018

Valeria Vitale <[log in to unmask]>

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 09:32:10 +0000

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CFP: NEW APPROACHES TO THE ANCIENT GRECO-ROMAN MEDITERRANEAN - New Scholar's Series (Bates College, Maine)

CFP: NEW APPROACHES TO THE ANCIENT GRECO-ROMAN MEDITERRANEAN - New Scholar's Series (Bates College, Maine)

Hamish Cameron <[log in to unmask]>

Fri, 9 Feb 2018 11:07:04 -0500

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DH Awards 2017: Voting is open!

DH Awards 2017: Voting is open!

James Cummings <[log in to unmask]>

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 13:14:43 +0000

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DHN 2018 conference, Helsinki 7-9 March 2018: Programme published | Open Science workshops | Digital & Critical Friday

DHN 2018 conference, Helsinki 7-9 March 2018: Programme published | Open Science workshops | Digital & Critical Friday

Jouni Tuominen <[log in to unmask]>

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 15:15:21 +0200

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Doctoral researcher position

Doctoral researcher position

Vierros, Marja K <[log in to unmask]>

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 13:25:15 +0000

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El'Manuscript 2018 - Vienna/Krems, 14–18 September - Call for papers

El'Manuscript 2018 - Vienna/Krems, 14–18 September - Call for papers

Tara L Andrews <[log in to unmask]>

Fri, 9 Feb 2018 15:32:28 +0100

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Job Posting-Perseids Senior Software Developer

Job Posting-Perseids Senior Software Developer

Beaulieu, Marie-Claire <[log in to unmask]>

Mon, 5 Feb 2018 16:27:23 +0000

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Stopwords for Greek and Latin

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Aurélien Berra <[log in to unmask]>

Mon, 5 Feb 2018 07:00:25 +0100

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Summer school digital archaeology, 10-14 September 2018 Barcelona

Summer school digital archaeology, 10-14 September 2018 Barcelona

Tom Brughmans <[log in to unmask]>

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 09:50:06 +0000

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Three funded doctoral scholarships at Oxford

Three funded doctoral scholarships at Oxford

Jonathan Prag <[log in to unmask]>

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 08:53:05 +0000

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Who is using Clarin or Dariah to work with Greek, Latin or other historical languages?

Who is using Clarin or Dariah to work with Greek, Latin or other historical languages?

Gregory Crane <[log in to unmask]>

Sat, 24 Feb 2018 07:28:28 -0500

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Re: Who is using Clarin or Dariah to work with Greek, Latin or other historical languages?

Daniel Riaño <[log in to unmask]>

Sat, 24 Feb 2018 16:10:40 +0100

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Workshop in Antalya

Workshop in Antalya

Roueche, Charlotte <[log in to unmask]>

Fri, 16 Feb 2018 08:08:04 +0000

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[CfP] [SSC2018] Session on Agent-based Computational Archaeology: Networks

[CfP] [SSC2018] Session on Agent-based Computational Archaeology: Networks

[log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 12:57:58 +0000

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[Job post: Technical Lead / Solutions Architect – Digital Humanities Project at Aga Khan University (International) in the UK]

[Job post: Technical Lead / Solutions Architect – Digital Humanities Project at Aga Khan University (International) in the UK]

Marco BÜCHLER <[log in to unmask]>

Tue, 13 Feb 2018 18:19:25 +0100

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