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Writing and writing...

Tarte, Ségolène (31 oct. 2011)

Three months I've kept you on hold - even if without drab music or  compliments! It's now high time to resume activities on this blog! It's not that I've been doing nothing though, on the contrary. In those three months, I've been mostly writing, writing papers, writing grant proposals and replies ...

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Deciphering and interpreting (proto-)cuneiform

Tarte, Ségolène (27 mai 2011)

It's great to be back "in the field"! Well, it's nothing exotic, really, as I went to Wolfson College, Oxford, to attend one of Dr Jacob Dahl's interpretation sessions, where the subject of study for this group of three students, Jacob and myself was a set of Proto-Elamite texts (yes, this is a ...

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Multi- and Cross-Disciplinary Research: Getting Organized

Tarte, Ségolène (4 janv. 2012)

This is where it all starts. Today is officially the first day of my fellowship, and I need to get myself into gear and out of those starting blocks. I've done cross-disciplinary work before, but here, I'm flying solo - or almost, as I thankfully have a mentor, and an advisory board of 7 to help me ...

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"Interpreting Textual Artefacts" Colloquium Programme

Tarte, Ségolène (13 nov. 2012)

Following-up on the preliminary announcement, here is the full programme of the colloquium with the names of the speakers and the titles of their talks. This event is free of charge; all welcome! ...

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Beyond Data Curation: Knowledge Curation

Tarte, Ségolène (7 déc. 2011)

Exciting news came in a couple of weeks ago: the AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) has awarded me a fellowship! I mentioned this early-career fellowship application in my last post, and well, now I can present to you what I'll be working on. It'll be a 9 months project, starting in January ...

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Preliminary announcement: colloquium "Interpreting Textual Artefacts: Cognitive Perspectives and Digital Support for Knowledge Creation"

Tarte, Ségolène (23 oct. 2012)

I am currently working on putting together a colloquium, as a closing (and opening towards future research) event for my fellowship. More details will be posted here soon, but in the mean time, here is an overview. Interpreting Textual Artefacts: Cognitive Perspectives and Digital Support for ...

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On Expertise and Expert Performance

Tarte, Ségolène (8 févr. 2012)

What do expertise and expert performance have to do with this digital curation of knowledge creation project? Well, if I can understand better what expertise is, where it comes from, and how it is constituted, I will have armed myself with a very valuable tool to identify how experts in the reading ...

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Harvests from September conferences

Tarte, Ségolène (10 nov. 2012)

September has been a very busy month, where I spent most of my time at conferences: Digital Humanities Congress at Sheffield (6th-8th Sept 2012) Digital Research at Oxford (10th-12th Sept) Perspectives workshop on Computing and Palaeography at Scholss Dagstuhl, Germany (18th-21st Sept) Materiality ...

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'Şalmu' and the nature of digitized artefacts

Tarte, Ségolène (6 mai 2011)

Last term (Hilary term 2011) at the traditional Oxford Slade Lectures, I had the chance to hear Prof. Z. Bahrani speak about the nature of representations in the Ancient Middle-East. The title of her lecture series "The Infinite Image: Art and Ontology in Antiquity" (many thanks to Prof. A. K. ...

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Neuroscience and Palaeography

Tarte, Ségolène (18 mai 2016)

Whilst this blog has been dormant for the last few years, work has continued. The outcomes of the fellowship that prompted me to start this research blog  are presented in the following paper: http://www.hrionline.ac.uk/openbook/chapter/dhc2012-tarte, (published in 2014). In a nutshell, the core ...

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