Had a great time yesterday, so decided it was time to blog about it: vcuarchaeology3d.wordpress.com/2012/08/11/they-went-that-away-the-humanities-and-technology-that-camp-in-computational-archaeology/
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I can’t help but see that a lot of the stuff posted so far has to do with GIS. There was an interesting talk given at Wikimania in DC about WikiMiniAtlas that might be useful to highlight. (wikiminiatlas.org) Also of interest to this crowd at Wikimania was discussion about preservation of indigenous language.
I am currently working on a project analyzing settlement patterns of African Americans on the property of the Montpelier Foundation in Orange, Virginia. My dissertation research will be looking at transitions within the community from the late antebellum up to the turn of the 20th century. The vast majority of material on Agent-Based modeling that …
Thank you for accepting my registration and very much looking forward to meeting new people and being able to participate in such a learning workshop. This is very exciting and looking forward to August! kev
In order to provide more time for potential attendees to register for THATCamp CAA-NA, we are extending the deadline from May 31st to June 10. We have plenty more space for participants. Registration is first come, first served until June 10. We currently have a diverse and interesting crop of applicants, and we’d love to …
We are pleased to announce THATCamp CAA-NA, a computational archaeology-focused unconference co-sponsored by the Computer Applications in Archaeology (CAA) – North America chapter and the University of Virginia Library! THATCamp CAA-NA will be held Friday, August 10 in the Harrison-Small Special Collections Library in Charlottesville, Virginia. Registration will open Monday, April 30 and close May 31. …