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Teaching with Greek Manuscripts and Their Digital Surrogates

A "how-to" lecture/demonstration by Margaret Mitchell of the University of Chicago

Incorporating manuscripts into the digital classroom will be Margaret Mitchell’s subject when she speaks at 4pm on 21 March in room 226 at Perkins Library.  Mitchell is a professor of New Testament and early Christian literature at the University of Chicago, where she is a member of a group that is creating online digital versions of sixty-five biblical manuscripts owned by her university’s library.  In her talk at Duke, Mitchell will share her experiences of teaching with Greek manuscripts and their digital surrogates, offering a model for the creative use of other primary materials as well.

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Read about how Margaret Mitchell pairs digital technology and manuscripts in her research and teaching at http://magazine.uchicago.edu/0402/research/inv-mitchell.shtml.

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Posted 14 March 2007
 

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