In Memoriam, Ad Infinitum: Dietmar Neufeld

We are extremely sad to announce that on September 9th, 2015, Dietmar Neufeld, the head of the department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies passed away. Besides being a truly wonderful and inspirational human, Diet was From Stone to Screen’s original advocate. We would not be where weare today…

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From WTF to ATL

This post was written by Emma Hilliard, one of From Stone to Screen’s Digitization Assistants.    My first few weeks with From Stone to Screen were a roller coaster. On the one hand, I was thrilled to be part of a student-initiated project with such a cool purpose: digitizing epigraphic…

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A Hidden Heart – The Other Half of the Dream Team

In October, we had a post about Chelsea Gardner and the work she did to initiate the project in 2013.  Our next post in our student profile series is about Lisa Tweten, the other Project Co-Director. Our project is outspoken, loud, well-advertised and overall more involved than your average academic…

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Adding to the From Stone to Screen ‘Family’

Today is Family Day here in British Columbia, so we thought it only fitting to talk about new members of the FSTS family. Okay, it’s a stretch, but we’ll take any excuse we can get! We recently held a general meeting where everyone involved with From Stone to Screen sat down and…

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