A Crowdsourced Database of Women and Non-Binary Persons Doing Ancient History

Name Chelsea Gardner
Position Assistant Professor
Institutional Affiliation Acadia University
Research Interests

Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, Digital Humanities, Cultural Identity, Women in Antiquity, Early Travellers, Animals in the Ancient World, Greek Archaeology, Ancient Lakonia, Ancient Greece, Regional Identity, Epigraphy

Websites https://acadiau.academia.edu/ChelseaAMGardner


PhD Classics: Specialization Classical Archaeology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC. Dissertation: The Mani Peninsula in Antiquity: An Archaeological, Historical, and Epigraphic Investigation into Regional Identity.

In Press
Gardner, C.A.M. “A Re-examination of IG V 1, 1286”, ZPE (forthcoming).
Gardner, C.A.M., G. McIntyre, K. Solberg, and L. Tweten. 2018. “Looks Like We Made It: But Are We Sustaining Digital Scholarship?” in Making Things and Drawing Boundaries: Experiments in the Digital Humanities (Debates in Digital Humanities Series, Vol. II) edited by J. Sayers. University of Minnesota Press. 95-101.
Nelson, M., C.W. Marshall, and C.A.M. Gardner. 2018. “P.BRIT.COL. INV. 1 and Invitations to Sarapis Dinners.” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 205. 207-212.
Kraus, N., C.A.M. Gardner, and L. Tweten. 2018. “From Stone To Screen: Copying Cuneiform in the Digital Age”. In Implementing Meanings: the Power of the Copy Between Past, Present and Future. An Overview from the Ancient Near East (Altertumskunde des Vorderen Orients Band 19), edited by S. DiPaolo. Ugarit-Verlag. 181-194
Gardner, C.A.M and R.M. Seifried. 2016. “Euboean Towers and Aegean Powers: Insights into the Karystia's Role in the Ancient World.” Journal of Greek Archaeology 1. 149–176.
Tweten, L., G. McIntyre, and C.A.M. Gardner. 2015 “From Stone to Screen: Digital Revitalization of Ancient Epigraphy.” Digital Humanities Quarterly. http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/10/1/000236/000236.html
Gardner, C.A.M. 2012. “An examination of a remarkable white-ground lekythos from the University of British Columbia's Museum of Anthropology” Mouseion, Series III, Vol. 12. 143–154.

Yui, K. and C.A.M. Gardner. 2018. 2D Pottery Digitization: Introduction to the 2D digitization process of ceramic sherds using the open-source vector graphics editor “Inkscape”. Online.

From Stone to Screen (FSTS) Artifact Databases:
1) O.J. Todd Coin Collection and George Fuller Collection: http://fromstonetoscreen.com/ca/artifacts/
2) Malcolm McGregor Squeeze Collection: https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/squeezes
3) UBC Rare Books and Special Collections: https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/artefacts
4) FSTS Collections Homepage: http://fromstonetoscreen.com/collections/
Spectacular Antiquity: An examination of the psychological exploitation of extraordinary human specimens in Ancient Rome. https://spectacularantiquity.wordpress.com/

Women in Antiquity: An online resource for the study of women in the ancient world.

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