Special Issue on Digital Humanities for Academic and Curatorial Practice


Is the role of Digital Humanities, in academic as well in museum settings, to "reveal" the object itself, through empirical display of extant material, or to "reconstruct" something of the original experience of the object to engage spectators? Can we propose a reconciliation between these two 'poles'?

Guest Editors
Angelica Federici, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Joseph C. Williams, University of Maryland, College Park (MD), USA

Submission deadline: January 15, 2019

Special issue on 3D Methodologies in Classical Archaeology


This issue explores the current state of the 3D revolution in archaeology by bringing together a diverse range of papers from both Greek and Roman specialists whose interests extend from the Bronze Age to late antiquity. Together, these papers will take stock of a veritable paradigm shift in archaeological methodology, illustrating new standard practices and pointing the way to future analytical trends.

Guest Editors
Matthew Notarian, Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio
Matthew Brennan, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

Submission deadline: May 15th 2019