On October 22nd CLIR and Tufts University’s Infrastructure for Humanities Scholarship project announced that it is seeking public comment on a literature review that identifies existing services, resources, and needs in the field of classics. The report, Rome Wasn’t Digitized in a Day: Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Classicists, was produced by Alison Babeu of the Perseus Project at Tufts University and is intended to inform planning for the next phase of work: description of an infrastructure to support digital classics and related fields of research. (The report is a large pdf file, please allow time for it to download).
That report (on p. 11 ff.) cites the following open access bibliographies and bibliographical projects:
- L’Année Philologique (APh) [Not open access, but cited in the report]
- Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts
- Checklist of Greek, Latin, Demotic and Coptic Papyri, Ostraca and Tablets
- DAPHNE (Data in Archaeology, Prehistory and History on the Net)
- GNOMON ONLINE
- KIRKE (Katalog der Internetressourcen für die Klassische Philologie)
- LATO (Library of Ancient Texts Online)
- LDAB (Leuven Database of Ancient Books)
- Pinax Online
- Propylaeum: A Virtual Library of Classical Studies
- The Traditio Classicorum
Are there others you would have chosen to include? Comment here or to Kathlin Smith (ksmithatclirdotorg) by December 1, 2010.