New Web Address: American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

Under its new Secretary/Treasurer Paul Iversen, the American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy is moving its website to a new address at Case Western Reserve University, effective immediately:

The old website at UNC-Chapel Hill is still online, but is significantly out of date. It will be taken down this week and replaced with URL-redirects. Website maintainers are advised to update their links now. The new site includes updated information about officers of the society, membership and more, so it’s worth a visit now.

We are currently finalizing plans to move the old ASGLE links pages (an extensive collection of links to online epigraphical resources) from the ASGLE site to Current Epigraphy. This change will facilitate renewed editing and updating of the content, which will proceed collaboratively under the direction of the editors of CE and of Dr. Iversen, with the involvement of all CE authors and the old links pages editorial board. A separate announcement will be forthcoming when this change is immanent; meantime, the old links pages have been moved to the new ASGLE site.

This transition marks the end of my tenure as Web Information Coordinator for ASGLE. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who assisted me in that guise over the last 9 years, and to wish the new team the best of luck!

About Tom Elliott

Associate Director for Digital Programs and Senior Research Scholar, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University
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