John D. Muccigrosso
Professor, Department of Classics
Welcome to my homepage! It’s perpetually out of date, and I’ve stopped promising to fix that.
There are many of these sites, but here’s a (very) short list to get you started:
Once again there are a lot of sites out there, but here’s another starter list:
Currently in the works:
- Database of Roman temples (DH, mapping stuff)
- Computer-aided connoisseurship (“Bitsly”, and very back-burner)
- See the next section
- I am currently involved in a bunch of Digital Humanities stuff. Most of the software-type stuff lives on GitHub, but not all:
- Scripts (mostly for cleaning up old scans with ImageMagick)
- Some Mac OS X Services
- Then there’s this keyboard I made up to make typing macrons easier. It’s based on the Mac OS Hawaiian layout, but has the Dvorak layout. Download the whole packet with directions here .
- Here are some projects that are basically in stasis right now, but involving computer-use in our departmental courses:
- Image Database
- Michigan-Latin Vocabulary Project
- QuickTime animations
- Latin animations, a Summer 1999 Drew CINC project on word order in Latin
- Greek colonies in the west
- My outdated pages on how to use a Mac at Drew are still on the Internet Archive, if you’re really interested.
- Latest causes
- “Protocols not platforms”
This is a long-running stance of mine on standardization. It needs a good homepage, but for now check out this page:
- RDF of my foaf entry.
- Sunday & Monday/Friday-Night Softball