There is a contest being run by Anvil Academic, a new digital scholarly publisher. The deadline is December 31, 2013. Get your data going.

Anvil Academic and Dickinson College Commentaries announce the availability of a $1,000 prize for the best scholarly visualization of data in the field of classical studies submitted during 2013. Two runners-up will be awarded prizes of $500 each, and the three winning submissions will be published by Anvil. Submissions in any and all sub-fields of classical studies, including pedagogical approaches, are welcome from any individual or team. Submissions will be judged by our panel of scholars from Europe and North America:

  • John Bodel, W. Duncan MacMillan II Professor of Classics and Professor of History, Brown University
  • Alison Cooley, Reader & Deputy Head, Department of Classics & Ancient History, University of Warwick
  • Gregory Crane, Professor of Computer Science, Tufts University, and Humboldt Professor, Universität Leipzig
  • Lin Foxhall, Professor of Greek Archaeology and History, Head of School, School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester
  • Chris Francese, Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College
  • Jonathan Hall, Phyllis Fay Horton Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities and Professor of History and Classics, University of Chicago
  • Dominique Longrée, Professeur, Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres, Université de Liège
  • Andrew M. Riggsby, Professor of Classics and Art History, University of Texas at Austin
  • Greg Woolf, Professor of Ancient History, University of St. Andrews
See more information at
http://anvilacademic.org/anvil-announces-a-new-prize-competition-visualizing-the-classics/
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