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  1. La place du discours 'Sur la vertu' et de la 'Réponse à Maxime' dans l’oeuvre de Thémistios et leurs rapports avec l’Empereur Julien et son entourage

    La place du discours 'Sur la vertu' et de la 'Réponse à Maxime' dans l’oeuvre de Thémistios et leurs rapports avec l’Empereur Julien et son entourage

    2022-06-23 06:59:05 | Report | Contributor(s): Yann Vadnais | doi:10.25547/JBZG-J078

    Thémistios, Empereur Julien, Troisième sophistique

  2. Open Scholarship: A Syllabus

    Open Scholarship: A Syllabus

    2022-06-18 00:09:10 | Syllabus | Contributor(s): Caroline Winter

    open scholarship, open knowledge, open access

  3. Open Social Scholarship in Action

    Open Social Scholarship in Action

    2022-06-13 21:48:47 | Article | Contributor(s): Randa El Khatib, Alyssa Arbuckle, Caroline Winter, Ray Siemens, ETCL Research Group | doi:10.25547/M1T4-JC65

    Digital Humanities

  4. Per una prima reimpostazione della questione linguistica mediterranea

    Per una prima reimpostazione della questione linguistica mediterranea

    2022-06-13 21:40:01 | Article | Contributor(s): Paolo Bertini | doi:10.25547/XWP0-XP46

    Languages, Literature

  5. Remediating William Blake: Unbinding the Network Architectures of Blake's Songs

    Remediating William Blake: Unbinding the Network Architectures of Blake's Songs

    2022-06-13 21:28:42 | Article | Contributor(s): Jon Saklofske | doi:10.25547/T0PP-0H58

    Digital humanities

  6. Research Collaboration as “Layers of Engagement”: INKE in Year Four

    Research Collaboration as “Layers of Engagement”: INKE in Year Four

    2022-06-13 21:22:06 | Article | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens, INKE Research Team | doi:10.25547/MFDV-BH19

    Digital humanities

  7. "Enough! or too much": the functions of media interaction in William Blake's composite designs

    "Enough! or too much": the functions of media interaction in William Blake's composite designs

    2022-06-13 19:53:32 | Thesis | Contributor(s): Jon Saklofske | doi:10.25547/KHWH-6125

    Digital humanities

  8. "Indoeuropei o no", speech at"MYTHOSLOGOS" Lerici July 2017

    "Indoeuropei o no", speech at"MYTHOSLOGOS" Lerici July 2017

    2022-06-13 19:53:06 | Presentation | Contributor(s): Paolo Bertini | doi:10.25547/M3N4-YT20

    Languages, Literature

  9. "More minds are brought to bear on a problem": Methods of Interaction and Collaboration within Digital Humanities research

    "More minds are brought to bear on a problem": Methods of Interaction and Collaboration within Digital Humanities research

    2022-06-13 19:52:51 | Article | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens, Richard Cunningham, Wendy Duff, Claire Warwick | doi:10.25547/XQDN-6850

    Digital humanities

  10. 'Tales Worked in Blood and Bone': Words and Images as Scalpel and Suture in Graphic Narratives

    'Tales Worked in Blood and Bone': Words and Images as Scalpel and Suture in Graphic Narratives

    2022-06-13 19:51:45 | Article | Contributor(s): Jon Saklofske | doi:10.25547/DGJE-0J90

    Digital humanities

  11. A fly in the ointment: Exploring the creative relationship between William Blake and Thomas Gray

    A fly in the ointment: Exploring the creative relationship between William Blake and Thomas Gray

    2022-06-13 19:51:23 | Article | Contributor(s): Jon Saklofske | doi:10.25547/AB24-C790

    Humanities

  12. A Tale of Two Cities: Implications of the Similarities and Differences in Collaborative Approaches within the Digital Libraries and Digital Humanities Communities

    A Tale of Two Cities: Implications of the Similarities and Differences in Collaborative Approaches within the Digital Libraries and Digital Humanities Communities

    2022-06-13 19:49:50 | Article | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens, Richard Cunningham, Wendy Duff, Claire Warwick | doi:10.25547/EJCC-1X28

    Digital humanities

  13. Beyond Browsing and Reading: The Open Work of Digital Scholarly Editions

    Beyond Browsing and Reading: The Open Work of Digital Scholarly Editions

    2022-06-13 19:46:33 | Article | Contributor(s): Jon Saklofske, Jake Bruce, INKE Research Team | doi:10.25547/3M7Y-4128

    Digital humanities

  14. The Balance between On-line and In-person Interactions: Methods for the Development of Digital Humanities Collaboration

    The Balance between On-line and In-person Interactions: Methods for the Development of Digital Humanities Collaboration

    2022-06-13 19:44:43 | Article | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens | doi:10.25547/5K58-XX60

    Digital humanities

  15. Building and Sustaining Long-term Collaboration – Lessons at the Mid-way Mark

    Building and Sustaining Long-term Collaboration – Lessons at the Mid-way Mark

    2022-06-13 19:42:03 | Article | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens | doi:10.25547/KNEH-XC60

    Digital humanities

  16. The Motif of the Collector and History in Ondaatje's Work

    The Motif of the Collector and History in Ondaatje's Work

    2022-06-13 19:40:51 | Article | Contributor(s): Jon Saklofske | doi:10.25547/Z680-CW51

    Digital humanities

  17. Challenges, Responses and Available Resources: Success in Rural Small Businesses

    Challenges, Responses and Available Resources: Success in Rural Small Businesses

    2022-06-13 19:39:42 | Article | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens | doi:10.25547/JDEF-6F05

    Project management

  18. Chi erano gli Achei (ed altri)

    Chi erano gli Achei (ed altri)

    2022-06-13 19:39:07 | Article | Contributor(s): Paolo Bertini | doi:10.25547/NRX9-Z222

    Languages, Literature

  19. The Potential of Grant Applications as Team Building Exercises: A Case Study

    The Potential of Grant Applications as Team Building Exercises: A Case Study

    2022-06-13 19:39:03 | Article | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens | doi:10.25547/N60G-KY72

    Project management

  20. Conscripting Imagination: The National “Duty” of William Blake’s Art

    Conscripting Imagination: The National “Duty” of William Blake’s Art

    2022-06-13 19:33:26 | Article | Contributor(s): Jon Saklofske | doi:10.25547/YVPZ-4K76

    Humanities