Tuesday, February 21, 2017

New Open Access Journal: Layers. Archeologia Territorio Contesti

Layers. Archeologia Territorio Contesti
ISSN: 2532-0289 
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Layers. Archeologia Territorio Contesti is a peer-reviewed open access journal which focuses on archaeological research into the Landscape Archaeology. Studies of sites, results of scientific excavations and studies on artefacts found in the excavations fall into this field. The journal accepts unpublished scientific contributions characterized by originality and innovation. The journal accepts contributions related to any specific geographical region and relevant to any period, from prehistory to the Middle Ages.

2016

No 1 (2016)

Questo 1° numero contiene gli Atti del Convegno di Studi
Daedaleia. Le torri nuragiche oltre lʼetà del Bronzo
(Cagliari, Cittadella dei Musei, 19-21 aprile 2012)
curati da E. Trudu, G. Paglietti, M. Muresu

Impaginazione a cura di E. Cruccas, M. Cabras, G. A. Arca,  M. Todde, C. Parodo



Open Access Journal: ArcheoArte. Rivista elettronica di Archeologia e Arte

 [First posted in AWOL 13 January 2011. Updated 21 February 2017]

ArcheoArte. Rivista elettronica di Archeologia e Arte
ISSN 2039-4543
Rivista elettronica di Archeologia e Arte - Università degli studi di Cagliari

2014

V. 3 (2014)

Terzo numero di ArcheoArte. Rivista elettronica di Archeologia e Arte Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Dipartimento di Storia, Beni Culturali e Territorio


2013

V. 2 (2013)

Secondo numero di ArcheoArte. Rivista elettronica di Archeologia e Arte Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Dipartimento di Storia, Beni Culturali e Territorio


2012

Ricerca e Confronti 2010

Ricerca e Confronti 2010 (Supplemento ArcheoArte 1)

Atti delle giornate di studio di archeologia e storia dell'arte a 20 anni dall'istituzione del Dipartimento di Scienze archeologiche e storico-artistiche dell'Università di Cagliari (Cagliari, 1-5 marzo 2010)


2010

V. 1 (2010)

News from the PSI – Papiri della Società Italiana

PSI – Papiri della Società Italiana Project News
Dear colleagues,
just a quick update about the psi-online project, on behalf of all the
friends (and all the Institutions) involved in it. On our website
(www.psi-online.it) it is now possible to browse images and datas about
P. Flor. I, PSI inv. (around 300 papyri kept in the Istituto Vitelli but
not published in the main PSI series, as PSI Com9, PSI Congr.XX; see the
list in PSI XVI, pp. 313-334), P. Tebt. Pad. I and a number of P. Tebt.
Pad. inv. (i.e., not yet published).
During next months we will add also P.Prag. II-III and P.Flor. II-III to
the database, as well as more informations on the collections involved.

Carissimi saluti,
Lucio Del Corso
Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale
Dipartimento di scienze umane, sociali e della salute -
Laboratorio di ricerche storiche e archeologiche dell'antichità

Filming Antiquity

Filming Antiquity
Filming Antiquity is an interdisciplinary collaboration and digitisation project funded by a grant from the Centre for Humanities Interdisciplinary Research Projects (CHIRP) at University College London (UCL).  Over the next two years, Filming Antiquity will be digitising excavation films from the Harding archive held in the UCL Institute of Archaeology and making these films accessible through a project website.  The project team members come from three different UCL departments: Archaeology, English and Information Studies.

The project has three main objectives: a) the digitisation of excavation films currently held in the UCL Institute of Archaeology (IoA), b) an interdisciplinary symposium with screenings of a sample of the digitised films and discussion and c) the construction of an online archive of these films and supporting materials. 

The films we propose to digitise feature excavations and local context in 1930s British Mandate Palestine.  The early 20th century saw radical developments in technologies of transmission and mass communication.  In this period archaeology gradually shifted from amateur to professional practice, as the first generations of trained archaeologists solidified their techniques in the field.  Supported by the industrialists and museums who funded their work, these archaeologists embraced moving image technology to record life and work on site.  These amateur productions were sometimes shown alongside public exhibitions of artefacts as cinematic proof of the spadework tackling the problems of ancient civilisations within a changing modern context. 

The collection of these artefacts into an online archive will contribute to dialogues on information storage and knowledge production through digital resources.  Filming Antiquity provides a model for making excavation films accessible and inviting public discussions and interdisciplinary scholarship through online platforms.

Monday, February 20, 2017

Syriaca.org: The Syriac Reference Portal

[First posted in AWOL  26 March 2014, updated 20 February 2017]

Syriaca.org
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What is Syriac?

Syriac is a language which once flourished on the Mesopotamian plateau. A dialect of Aramaic, Syriac was widely used during much of the first millenium of the common era. Syriac speaking communities could be found in what today would be Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran, India, Central Asia, China, and Mongolia. Sources in Syriac hold immense value for increasing our historical understanding of the Mediterranean, the Middle East and Asia. In particular, Syriac sources document key moments in the development and interaction of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and other religions of Late Antiquity. Learn more…

What is Syriaca.org?

Syriaca.org: The Syriac Reference Portal is a digital project for the study of Syriac literature, culture, and history. Today, a number of heritage communities around the world have linguistic, religious or cultural identities with roots in Syriac language and culture. Syriaca.org exists to document and preserve these Syriac cultural heritages. The online tools published by Syriaca.org are intended for use by a wide audience including researchers and students, members of Syriac heritage communities and the interested general public. In order to meet the diverse needs of users, the design of Syriaca.org is inherently collaborative and fluid.

The primary function of Syriaca.org is to be a reference hub for digitally linking research findings. Syriaca.org's publications compile and classify core data for the study of Syriac sources, offer the scholarly community digital tools for freely disseminating that data, and facilitate further research through the creation of shared digital tools and infrastructure. Learn more…

Open Access Journal: Polymnia

Polymnia
ISSN: 2491-1704
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The international network Polymnia, created in 1999 by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Françoise Graziani to promote the study of the mythographical tradition in Europe from Antiquity to the 17th Century has developed two types of activities: a programme of conferences in the various partner institutions and the publications of bilingual texts with translations and notes in the series Mythographes (Presses Universitaires du Septentrion).

The journal Polymnia continues the research programme of the network. It offers a space for interdisciplinary and diachronic reflection and debate about mythographical texts in Antiquity, in the Middles Ages, and in the Renaissance.

Le réseau de recherche international Polymnia, créé en 1999 par Jacqueline Fabre-Serris et Françoise Graziani pour promouvoir l’étude de la tradition mythographique de l’Antiquité au 17° siècle, a développé deux sortes d’activités: des colloques entre les universités partenaires et une collection de textes bilingues, la collection « Mythographes », publiée aux Presses Universitaires du Septentrion.

La revue électronique Polymnia poursuit le programme de recherche du réseau. Elle propose un espace de réflexion et de débat, interdisciplinaire et diachronique, spécifiquement consacré aux textes mythographiques de l’Antiquité à la Renaissance.
Numéro 1 | 2015
Avant-Propos [Texte]
Minerva Alganza Roldán ¿Historiadores, logógrafos o mitógrafos? (Sobre la recepción de Hecateo, Ferécides y Helánico) [Résumé][Texte intégral]
David Bouvier Palaiphatos ou le mythe du mythographe [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Jacqueline Fabre-Serris La pratique mythographique de Parthénius de Nicée et l’usage des Ἐρωτικὰ Παθήματα chez Gallus, Properce et Ovide [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Arnaud Zucker Hygin et Ératosthène. Variation mythographique ou restitution d’un original perdu
 [Résumé][Texte intégral]

Etienne Wolff Les spécificités de Fulgence dans les Mitologiae [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Franck Collin L’inscription mythographique dans le projet encyclopédiste du De Naturis rerum d’Alexandre Neckam [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Gisèle Besson Pseustis avait-il une chance contre Alithia ? Le regard porté sur la mythologie païenne dans l’Ecloga Theoduli [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Consuelo Álvarez Morán & Rosa Iglésias Monteil Los Diez libros de la Mitologia de Natale Conti en su segunda redacción [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Françoise Graziani La confabulation poétique de Boccace [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Numéro 2 | 2016
Jacqueline Fabre-Serris Jeux et enjeux dans les reconstructions mythographiques des origines chez Virgile et Ovide : les exemples de Faunus et de Pan dans le Latium [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Arnaud Zucker Plutarque et les noms des dieux étrangers [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Charles Delattre Provincial, étranger, barbare ? L’intégration de la diversité linguistique dans le De fluviis du ps. Plutarque [Résumé][Texte intégral]
R. Scott Smith Between Narrative and Allusion: Mythography in Pomponius Mela’s Chorography [Résumé][Texte intégral]
Séverine Clément-Tarantino Servius mythographe ? Réflexions à partir du commentaire au chant 1
de l’Énéide
[Résumé][Texte intégral]

Rachel Darmon Traités sur les dieux et pratiques mythographiques de la première modernité : tradition et actualisation [Résumé][Texte intégral]

Open Access Journal: Gerda Henkel Stiftung: Jahresbericht

 [First posted in AWOL 23 May 2013, updated 20 February 2017]

Gerda Henkel Stiftung: Jahresbericht
The Gerda Henkel Foundation was established in 1976 by Lisa Maskell (1914 - 1998) in memory of her mother Gerda Henkel. Headquartered in Düsseldorf, the Gerda Henkel Foundation is a charitable organisation under private law that is independent of today's Henkel Group. The Foundation supports national and international academic projects in the following subjects: Archaeology, History, Historical Islamic Studies, Art History, History of Law, and Pre- and Protohistory. The Foundation is active both inside and outside Germany.

Jahresbericht 2015

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Jahresbericht 2014

Jahresbericht 2013

Jahresbericht 2012

Jahresbericht 2011

Jahresbericht 2010

Jahresbericht 2009

Jahresbericht 2008

Jahresbericht 2007

Jahresbericht 2006

Jahresbericht 2005

Jahresbericht 2004

Jahresbericht 2003

Jahresbericht 2002

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