Stanford Classics Professor Grant Parker presents "Mapping the Nile," featuring rare maps from Stanford University Libraries to reveal various representations and perceptions of the Nile. This is part of a series of events that will culminate in the Nile Project performing at Bing Concert Hall on February 18.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Green Library Exhibit: ALERT 747 • February 3 - March 9, 2015 • Green Library, South Lobby
This exhibit features the "VELA 6911 by Victor Gama Collection (ARS.0149)"
The VELA 6911 collection contains materials related to the creation of Victor Gama's multimedia performance piece, VELA 6911. The work is based on the signature nuclear explosion double-flash that the U.S. Vela Satellite registered in 1979 over Antarctica near South Africa.
Friday, January 23, 2015
Li Ka Shing Conference Center, Stanford
April 13, 2015
8am - 4pm
The focus of this event will be around data publishing, data sharing, reproducibility, metadata, and data reuse. We would like to bring together members of the Stanford community who are interested in these topics to discuss how we can as a research community better support these principles and educate our colleagues on their benefits to furthering research. Connecting up individuals on Stanford's campus who hold these common interests is a great way to advance these goals.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
On Tuesday, January 27 at 2:30 pm, SUL digital humanities research developer Karl Grossner will be joined by Archaeology PhD candidate Justine Issavi, in presenting results of a recent pilot project titled Çatalhöyük Living Archive.
Çatalhöyük Living Archive is an experimental web application and data repository representing the products of 21 years of excavation and analysis at that Neolithic settlement southeast of Konya on the Anatolian Plateau in present-day Turkey.