Transcripts of talks delivered in Richard Talbert's panel at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies.
The Ancient World Mapping Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has recently posted transcripts of the following talks given in a Sesquicentennial Panel of the SCS in San Diego in January. The panel was entitled "Mapping the Classical World Since 1869: Past and Future Directions" and included the following talks:
- Greek and Roman Mapping by Georgia Irby (College of William and Mary)
- Modern Mapping before Digitization by Richard Talbert (UNC-CH)
- What Difference Has Digitization Made? by Tom Elliott (New York University)
- What Has the Ancient World Mapping Center Done for Us? by Lindsay Holman (UNC-CH)
- Rome's Marble Plan: Progress and Prospects by Elizabeth Wolfram Thill (Indiana University, Purdue University Indianapolis)