Ancient history - modern lessons: Can a new wave of Classics scholars save the world? (Paid Content by University of Warwick from The Chronicle of Higher Education) - The Chronicle of Higher Education

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-05-03

Summary:

[Note that this piece is not a news piece from the Chronicle of Higher Education, but "Paid for and created by University of Warwick."]

"This is an incredibly exciting time to study the ancient world Scott argues. Because now new technologies are enabling the advance of research and teaching techniques in classics and ancient history and the subject is shooting off into exciting new areas of study and ways of understanding the people of the ancient world. He explains: “The digital revolution allows us to explore these worlds in more depth or in ways we hadn’t imagined before. Virtual reality brings places and situations to life for us, if we can’t get there in person. 3D printing allows us to recreate artefacts and from there we can recreate scenes from ancient history.” ..."

Link:

https://www.chronicle.com/paid-article/ancient-history-modern-lesso/256?cid=pm

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oa.new oa.history oa.archaeology oa.classics oa.humanities oa.3d oa.digitization oa.ssh

Date tagged:

05/03/2019, 15:40

Date published:

05/03/2019, 11:40