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There is a companion blog at [http://ancientbiblio.wordpress.com/ http://ancientbiblio.wordpress.com/]
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All materials hosted at this site should be considered covered by a Creative Commons license: [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ CC-BY-NC] . Recent conversations in Digital Humanities (i.e. by Bethany Nowviskie at [http://nowviskie.org/2011/why-oh-why-cc-by/ her blog] ) have argued that scholars should endorse a CC-BY license for their work, allowing commercial remixing. I am not yet convinced by this argument, but am open to hearing discussion about it if anyone is interested.
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Revision as of 18:56, 16 May 2011

This project is supervised by Phoebe Acheson of the University of Georgia Libraries and the blog (Becoming a) Classics Librarian and Chuck Jones of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University and the blog AWOL - The Ancient World Online.

There is a companion blog at http://ancientbiblio.wordpress.com/

All materials hosted at this site should be considered covered by a Creative Commons license: CC-BY-NC . Recent conversations in Digital Humanities (i.e. by Bethany Nowviskie at her blog ) have argued that scholars should endorse a CC-BY license for their work, allowing commercial remixing. I am not yet convinced by this argument, but am open to hearing discussion about it if anyone is interested.

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