Conference and hotel registration for the 2016 annual meeting is now open. To register, please click here.
If you have any problems registering using this link, please contact NAPS’ conference management staff liason, LuAnn McNaughton (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP REGISTRATIONS:
The Religion and Medicine, Disability, and Health in Late Antiquity working group (ReMeDHe, pronounced “remedy”) is hosting another pre—conference workshop at NAPS: on Thursday May 26, 9am-12 noon (drinks and noshes included). At the workshop, participants will get acquainted with other scholars working on topics related to religion, medicine, disability, and health in late antiquity. During the formal program, we will:
1) discuss available funding sources and possible collaborations; and
2) solicit feedback on an ancient medicine reader in preparation.
The workshop is free of charge and open to all NAPS attendees. To register, please fill out the form here: http://goo.gl/forms/rBVPrnKcMr
The Digital Humanities ad hoc committee is planning two, concurrent pre-conference workshops, to which all NAPS attendees are invited. The respective sessions will run concurrently on Thursday (5.26), from 9am – 12 noon. If you plan to attend, advance registration is requested. For more information on both of these workshops, please click here.
The first, “sicut Augustinus dixit: Computational Tools for Testing Authorship as an Introduction to ‘Distant Reading’” will be facilitated by Alex Poulos and Paul Dilley, and will explore the use of computational stylistics for work on patrological texts. To register: http://goo.gl/forms/fUMoGIdyiw
The second, “Terra Biblica: Creating Interactive Maps for Research and Classroom Use” will be facilitated by Sarah Bond, and will explore the use of maps to model and contextualize texts, data, and images in ways that can enhance both classroom experience and research. To register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/12Eqc47zLpTa4gz2Zd4nVt8Bw7aIlLs1d5HAyBeynSWc/viewform