ISAW Resources: New Online Content from the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World

http://planet.atlantides.org/isaw-resources

Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@nyu.edu)

This feed aggregator is part of the Planet Atlantides constellation. Its current content is available in multiple webfeed formats, including Atom, RSS/RDF and RSS 1.0. The subscription list is also available in OPML and as a FOAF Roll. All content is assumed to be the intellectual property of the originators unless they indicate otherwise.

July 27, 2017

Pleiades

Kamyana Mohyla

A stone barrow site near the Molochna River comprising over 50 grottoes and caves, many containing petroglyphs dating from the Mesolithic age through the second millennium BCE, with additional graffiti dated as late as the twelfth century CE.

OSM location of Kamyana Mohyla

Polygon representing the location of the Kamyana Mohyla site, derived from an Open Street Map Way.

Gerros (river)

The Molochna River is a river of south Ukraine that flows from Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine, to the Azov Sea.

OSM location of main stream of Molochna (river)

Representative location of the modern river channel based on OpenStreetMap.

OSM location of Molochna River

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Open Access Journal: Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche

Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche
Testata della pagina 
Cartagine. Studi e Ricerche (CaSteR) è la rivista internazionale, accademica, peer-reviewed e Open Access, della Società Scientifica Scuola Archeologica Italiana di Cartagine (SAIC).

Ambito e orizzonte culturale

L'ambito culturale della rivista è quello delle scienze storiche, archeologiche e dell’antichità, della storia dell’arte, della conservazione, della valorizzazione e del restauro dei beni culturali. L'ambito cronologico di riferimento va dalla preistoria fino al periodo fatimide (XII sec.) mentre dal punto di vista geografico l'area di elezione è quella dell'Africa del Nord (in particolare Tunisia e paesi del Maghreb) intesa sia come spazio geografico fisico che come termine culturale di raffronto per studi che trattino di aspetti comuni ad altre aree e di rapporti di interscambio culturale e materiale. Particolare attenzione verrà inoltre riservata agli studi che tratteranno di aspetti collegati alla musealizzazione, al restauro dei monumenti, alle tematiche collegate alla valorizzazione dei giacimenti culturali materiali e immateriali.

Scopo

La rivista si propone di incoraggiare, negli ambiti sopra identificati, la ricerca interdisciplinare sull'area nord Africana ed in particolare in Tunisia proponendosi come un contenitore di scambio e confronto non solo tra i componenti della comunità accademica degli specialisti di settore ma, superando i confini nazionali, tra le diverse comunità accademiche e la società civile.

Tipo di documenti editi

I contenuti della rivista saranno principalmente testi a stampa corredati da immagini fotografiche, disegni in vari formati (raster e vettoriali), filmati video e file contenenti dati testuali. Potranno essere inoltre sottoposti alla valutazione di CaSteR per l'edizione anche lavori multimediali purché rigorosamente a carattere scientifico e di ambito cronologico, geografico e culturale assolutamente coerente con le linee editoriali sopra esposte.

2016

Copertina

N. 1 (2016)

Althiburos, Tunisia. Teatro romano (foto Gilberto Montali).

2017

Copertina

N. 2 (2017)

Ellès, Tunisia (foto Anna Depalmas).

Sommario

Saggi e studi

Marco Muresu
PDF
Lavinia Del Basso
PDF

Conferenze, seminari e sedute scientifiche della SAIC

Laura Baratin
PDF
Anna Depalmas
PDF
Massimo Botto, Nabil Kallala, Sergio Ribichini
PDF
Nabil Kallala, Gilberto Montali, Mohamed Ben Nejma, Sahrane Chérif, Jamel Hajji, Mounir Torchani
PDF

Schede e materiali

Roger Hanoune
Mohammed-Arbi Nsiri
Piero Bartoloni
PDF

Recensioni

Mohammed-Arbi Nsiri

Perseus 5.0/Scaife Digital Library Viewer RFP

Perseus 5.0/Scaife Digital Library Viewer RFP
We are working on the draft for an RFP to develop CTS-based front end that we will use to make Open Greek and Latin available as part of Perseus 5.0. We are calling this the Scaife Digital Library Viewer. We hope to finalize the RFP early in the week of July
 31 and welcome any and all suggestions in the meantime.

Information is available at https://goo.gl/KTeUi9.

July 26, 2017

Ancient World Online (AWOL)

Open Access Journal: Journal of Classics Teaching

Journal of Classics Teaching
ISSN: -EISSN: 2058-6310
Journal of Classics Teaching
Now online and open access the Journal of Classics Teaching (JCT) aims to be the leading journal for teachers of Latin, ancient Greek, Classical Civilisation and Ancient History internationally. JCT covers the primary, secondary and tertiary education sectors and welcomes articles and short book reviews of interest to Classics teachers.
    2010s(Vol 16-18)

      Open Access Journal: Restauro Archeologico

      Restauro Archeologico
      ISSN 1724-9686 (print)
      ISSN 2465-2377 (online)
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      Restauro Archeologico (RA­) è un periodico scientifico internazionale, semestrale, pubblicato in stampa e modalità Open Access.

      RA pubblica articoli sottoposti a peer review – in italiano, inglese, spagnolo, francese e tedesco – sulla conoscenza, conservazione e valorizzazione del patrimonio architettonico d’interesse archeologico e di quello allo stato di rudere e si pone l’obiettivo di focalizzare l’attenzione sulle metodologie di studio e d’intervento su manufatti architettonici riferibili a contesti archeologici o ad essi connessi (pluristratificazioni).


      Il restauro archeologico può comprendere, per modalità d’intervento e finalità di valorizzazione, oltre ai manufatti riferibili all’antichità, anche tutti i manufatti che, per provenienza, condizioni di utilizzo e stato di manutenzione sono ridotti a rudere; ad esempio, sugli edifici in disuso, o in rovina di epoca moderna, si potrà intervenire con procedure simili a quelle utilizzate per le testimonianze di epoca antica, con la principale finalità di conservarne la memoria, come nel caso dell’archeologia industriale. La rivista ambisce, quindi, a costituire una finestra privilegiata di osservazione dei diversi approcci conservativi in funzione dei molteplici contesti geopolitici e culturali. In quest’ottica, ampio spazio è dato agli aspetti di multidisciplinarietà insiti nella pratica del restauro, con un’attenzione particolare ai progressi metodologici e tecnici della disciplina.

      Restauro Archeologico (RA­) is a scientific international print and open access journal, issued every six months.


      RA publishes articles peer-reviewed – in Italian, English, Spanish, French and German, sulla concerning the knowledge, conservation, and valorisation of all endangered, neglected, or ruined architectural structures and aims to focus attention on the methodologies of study and intervention on architectural heritage in archaeological contexts or connected to them (pluristratification).
      The archaeological restoration may involve, for modes of intervention and enhancement purposes, in addition to the ancient heritage, even all the architectures that, due of their origin, conditions of use and maintenance are reduced to ruins; for instance, interventions could be undertaken on modern buildings that are abandoned or in a state of ruin, using procedures similar to those applied to ancient structures, with the primary purpose of maintaining memory: this is the case, for example, of industrial archaeology.

      Therefore, the journal aims to be a privileged observation window of all possible conservative approaches depending on the geopolitical and cultural multiple contexts. With this in mind, ample space is given to multidisciplinary aspects inherent in the practice of restoration, with special attention to methodological and technical advances in the discipline.

      Seven additional volumes of Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online

      Seven additional volumes of Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis Online

      Open Access Journal: Institut français d’archéologie orientale: Rapports d’activités annuels (Supplément au bulletin de l’institut français d’archéologie orientale)

      [First posted in AWOL 9 May 2012, updated 25 July 2017]

      Institut français d’archéologie orientale: Rapports d’activités annuels (Supplément au bulletin de l’institut français d’archéologie orientale)
      ISSN: 1110-2438
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      L’IFAO publie chaque année un rapport d'activité dans le Bulletin de Institut français d’archéologie orientale et uniquement en ligne depuis 2012. Voici au format PDF ceux des dernières années. Pour les années précédentes, veuillez consulter le BIFAO en ligne qui comporte à la fin de chaque volume notre rapport d'activité.
      Every year the IFAO publishes a report of its activities in its Bulletin, and on-line since 2012. See here for the last fifteen years in PDF format. For previous years, see BIFAO on-line : the end of each volume holds the activity report. 
      Rapport_IFAO_2015-2016.pdf18
      Rapport_IFAO_2014-2015.pdf17
      Rapport_IFAO_2013-2014.pdf11.5
      Rapport_IFAO_2012-2013.pdf26
      Rapport_IFAO_2011-2012.pdf14.8
      Rapport_IFAO_2011.pdf9.9
      Rapport_IFAO_2010.pdf8.6
      Rapport_IFAO_2009.pdf6.7
      Rapport_IFAO_2008.pdf4.6
      Rapport_IFAO_2007.pdf4.6
      Rapport_IFAO_2006.pdf3.6
      Rapport_IFAO_2005.pdf1.9
      Rapport_IFAO_2004.pdf4.5
      Rapport_IFAO_2003.pdf1.3
      Rapport_IFAO_2002.pdf1
      Rapport_IFAO_2001.pdf1
      Rapport_IFAO_2000.pdf0.72

      See also the list of open access IFAO Périodiques en ligne

      Tabella Defixionis Project

      Tabella Defixionis Project
      http://tabellaproject.e-monsite.com/medias/images/hospitalet-du-larzac1.jpg?fx=r_668_668
      Tabella Defixionis Project se propose de rescencer les tablettes de défixions découvertes à travers le monde gréco-romain. En effet, c'est à ce jour plus de 2000 tablettes qui ont été mises au jour. Elles constituent une base essentielle du travail de l'Historien qui s'intéresse à ces civilisations et à l'histoire des mentalités. 

      July 25, 2017

      Ancient World Online (AWOL)

      Stolen Gods: Reporting the theft and destruction of sacred art from around the world

      Stolen Gods: Reporting the theft and destruction of sacred art from around the world
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      Sacred art is alive: it is a major component of the identities of living people and communities. Theft of sacred art is theft from everyone. Destruction of sacred items is profoundly destabilizing. The theft, trafficking, and destruction of sacred art is a special subset of the larger study of the movement of illicit art and antiquities. It has its own unique causes and, perhaps, its own unique solutions.

      The purpose of this site is to try to understand this phenomenon better by collecting information. Find here articles and papers about the theft and destruction of the art and architecture of the world’s religious traditions and documentation of efforts to protect these sites and items.

      Open Access Journal: Le Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale (BIFAO)

      [First posted in AWOL 6 July 2009. Updated 25 July 2017]

      Le Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale (BIFAO)
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      Le BIFAO est maintenant disponible en ligne pour tous les numéros jusqu’au 100 (2000). Le site rassemble près de 1 650 articles pour un total de plus de 35 000 pages de texte et d’illustrations, permettant l’accès direct aux numéros de la revue qui sont actuellement pour une très grande part épuisés. Ce site est destiné à être mis à jour régulièrement. Les sommaires de tous les numéros (1 à 111) sont également accessibles sur ce site.  
      Issu d’un projet lancé par l’Ifao en 2001, cet outil de recherche est le fruit de la collaboration, au sein de l’institut, de l’imprimerie, du service des publications et du service informatique. La première phase, réalisée à l’imprimerie, a consisté à scanner les 95 premiers volumes du Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale, puis à appliquer aux fichiers obtenus le traitement optique de reconnaissance des caractères. Les numéros récents déjà disponibles sous forme électronique ont été ajoutés. Le service des publications a effectué ensuite la relecture et la correction des tables des matières. L’ensemble des données a ensuite été transmis au service informatique qui a réalisé l’indexation du texte et sa mise en ligne.
      Volumes up to and including 111 (2011) are open access:
      See also the list of open access IFAO Périodiques en ligne

      Pleiades

      Larnaka

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 72 D3 Larnaka

      Arzhan

      An early Scythian burial mound located in what is now the Tuva Republic of Russia.

      OSM location of Arzhan 2

      Polygon representing the location of the Arzhan 2 site, derived from an Open Street Map way after Грязнов 1980.

      July 24, 2017

      Ancient World Online (AWOL)

      Open Access Journal: The Classical Journal Reviews

      [First posted in AWOL 6 March 2015, updated 24 July 2017]

      The Classical Journal Reviews
      ISSN: 0009-8353
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      The Classical Journal (ISSN 0009-8353) is published by the Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS), the largest regional classics association in the United States and Canada, and is now over a century old. All members of CAMWS receive the journal as a benefit of membership; non-member and library subscriptions are also available. CJ appears four times a year (October-November, December-January, February-March, April-May); each issue consists of about 100 pages.

      CJ contains a mix of academic articles and notes on Graeco-Roman antiquity, generally with a literary, historical or cultural focus; paedagogical articles and notes, many having to do with the challenges of teaching Latin and Greek in modern high schools, colleges and universities; book reviews; and a list of books received. In addition, CJ generally publishes the annual CAMWS Presidential Address and the year's Ovationes. Abstracts of all academic articles and notes in volumes 101 (2005-06), 102 (2006-07), 103 (2007-08), 104 (2008-09) and 105 (2009-10) are posted here. PDF versions of a number of recent Forum articles are also available for downloading, and JSTOR links to many others are provided.

      CJ-Online, the journal's list-serve, publishes book reviews, including many that do not appear in the hard-copy portion of the journal. All reviews published in CJ-Online are archived. CJ: Online subscriptions are free, and membership in CAMWS is not required to receive the postings or to publish reviews.

      This page contains all views entered using the new automated system for listing, starting with reviews at the beginning of 2014. For earlier reviews please follow the links on the Main Reviews Page.
      17.06.11 Anaximander. A Re-assessment.
       +Review by Andre Laks
      17.06.10 Classical Traditions in Science Fiction
       +Review by Debbie Felton
      17.06.08 Roman Theories of Translation: Surpassing the Source
       +Review by Christodoulos Zekas
      17.06.06 Commanders & Command in the Roman Republic and Early Empire
       +Review by Everett L. Wheeler
      17.06.05 Looking at Bacchae
       +Review by Bruce A. McMenomy
      17.06.02 Theologies of Ancient Greek Religion.
       +Review by Bryan Y. Norton
      17.05.11 World Philology
       +Review by Michela Piccin
      17.05.10 The Senecan Aesthetic: A Performance History
       +Review by Christopher Star
      17.05.08 The Hellenistic Age
       +Review by Mark Thorne
      17.05.07 Virgil, Aeneid 5: Text, Translation and Commentary
       +Review by Antony Augoustakis
      17.05.07 New Worlds from Old Texts: Revisiting Ancient Space and Place
       +Review by Rebecca K. Schindler
      17.05.05 Pliny the Younger: Selected Letters
       +Review by Tom Garvey
      17.05.04 A New Work by Apuleius: The Lost Third Book of the De Platone
       +Review by Lee M. Fratantuono
      17.05.03 A Companion to Roman Art
       +Review by Julia C. Fischer
      17.04.10 Greek Tragedy: Themes and Contexts
       +Review by Adriana Brook
      17.04.09 Dale A. Grote
       +Review by John G. Nordling
      17.04.07 The Treasures of Alexander the Great
       +Review by David W. Madsen
      17.04.06 Nova Ratione: Change of Paradigm in Roman Law
       +Review by Ari Bryen
      17.04.02 Law and Order in Ancient Athens.
       +Review by Filippo Carla-Uhink
      17.04.01 Euripides and the Politics of Form
       +Review by C. Michael Sampson
      17.03.11 Cleopatra’s Needles: The Lost Obelisks of Egypt.
       +Review by Michele Valerie Ronnick
      17.03.05 Ovid: A Poet on the Margins
       +Review by Jo-Marie Claassen
      17.03.04 War and Society in Early Rome: From Warlords to Generals.
       +Review by Carsten Hjort Lange
      17.03.03 A History of Roman Art.
       +Review by Julia C. Fischer
      17.03.03 Latin of New Spain
       +Review by Tom Garvey
      17.03.02 The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Greek Religion
       +Review by Corey Hackworth
      17.03.01 Der Neue Poseidipp
       +Review by Paul Ojennus
      17.02.12 Euripides and the Gods.
       +Review by Erika L. Weiberg

      Pages

      Classical Journal Online Book Review Archives

      AUTHOR INDEX 2007–2010
      REVIEWER INDEX 2007–2010
      2007 Book Reviews Archive
      2008 Book Reviews Archive
      2009 Book Reviews Archive
      2010 Book Reviews Archive
      2011 Book Reviews Archive
      2012 Book Reviews Archive
      2013 Book Reviews Archive

      Pleiades

      Heroonpolis

      Heroonpolis, located at Tell el-Maskhuta, was an ancient Egyptian city of the Nile Delta.

      Ancient World Online (AWOL)

      Open Access Journal: Tycho. Revista de iniciación en la investigación del teatro clásico y grecolatino y su tradición

       [First posted in AWOL 27 July 2015, updated 24 July 2017]

      Tycho. Revista de iniciación en la investigación del teatro clásico y grecolatino y su tradición
      ISSN: 2340-6682
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      Tycho es una publicación con una periodicidad anual que desde el marco amplio de las ciencias de la Antigüedad Clásica tiene como objetivo dar apoyo y aliento a los estudiantes en las fases finales de las enseñanzas conducentes a los títulos de Grado y de Máster, que se ocupen del teatro clásico griego y latino así como de su pervivencia en la tradición occidental. 

      Con este fin publica artículos resultado de la revisión y reelaboración de trabajos realizados en los programas de grado y postgrado, en los puntos de inflexión de los procesos de formación académica e investigadora en los que se cierra un periodo formativo y se inicia otro, fundamentalmente Trabajos Final de Grado y Trabajos Final de Máster. 

      Impulsada por el GRATUV (Grup de Recerca i Acció Teatral de la Universitat de València), Tycho surge como una plataforma que dé visibilidad a los jóvenes postgraduados y les sirva de acicate para adentrarse en el complejo mundo de la investigación, en la esperanza de que sea un estímulo para la realización de Trabajos Final de Grado y Trabajos Final de Máster en el ámbito del teatro grecolatino y la tradición clásica basada en él. 

      Creemos, además, que esta publicación puede ser de gran ayuda a los estudiantes en sus primeras etapas en la medida en que les aporta información útil presentada de un modo especialmente accesible para ellos, en un discurso y un lenguaje que les es más cercano.
      PORTADA
      CRÉDITOS
      VOLUMEN COMPLETO
      SUMARIO
        • Díaz Marcos, Marina: "Conclamo en el teatro arcaico y clásico latino y en la prosa senequiana"
        • Fellove Marín, Joan: "De la mitología al drama: dos visiones prometeicas en el teatro hispanoamericano de tema clásico"
        • Frade, Sofia: "Audience on Stage: Performing the Eumenides or when the spectator turns into a character"
        • Gómez Seijo, Francisca: "La rhesis de Fedra (373-430): retórica y caracterización"
        • Lozano García, Celia: "La Hécuba de Eurípides: la perra que ladraba a la libertad"
        • Mascarell, Purificació: "Mitología, teatro clásico español y escena. El montaje de La bella Aurora, de Lope de Vega, por Eduardo Vasco (2004)"
        • Morant Giner, Maria: "Reminiscencias de la Orestea en la obra de Héléne Cixous"
        • Muñoz-Santos, María Engracia: "Animales exóticos como actores secundarios en las dramatizaciones mitológicas de la antigua Roma: verdugos en los espectáculos"
        • Navarro Martínez, Vivian Lorena: "La hetera, ¿buena o mala? Un personaje secundario en el punto de mira de la comedia griega"
        • Ramírez Castellanos, Ronald Antonio: "Antimito y estética de la repetición en Jardín de Héroes (2009), de Yerandy Fleites Pérez: un ejemplo del teatro cubano contemporáneo y su revisión de la tragedia griega"
        • Ramos Aguilar, Claudia Adriana: "Creonte o la crónica del aprendizaje trágico"
        • Vinagre, Sandra Pereira: "Casandra entre dos mundos: de personaje secundario a protagonista en la Alemania nazi"
      EVALUADORES

      New Open Access Journal: Humanités numériques - Call for Papers

      Humanités numériques
      Humanités numériques est une revue francophone consacrée aux usages savants du numérique en sciences humaines et sociales. Cette revue veut offrir un lieu de réflexion, de débat scientifique et d’expression aux chercheurs et enseignants dont les travaux s’inscrivent dans le champ des humanités numériques. Elle s’adresse donc aux spécialistes des sciences humaines, des sciences sociales et des disciplines liées aux technologies de l’information, ainsi qu’à tous ceux qui se sentent concernés par les transformations numériques des savoirs.
      Humanités numériques est une revue numérique ouverte, à la fois par sa volonté de représenter la diversité des points de vue et par son choix d’une publication en open access. Émanation de l’association francophone Humanistica, elle est conçue comme une réponse collective à la revendication liminaire du Manifeste des Digital Humanities de 2010, première manifestation francophone de ce mouvement : pour constituer, faire connaître et faire reconnaître « une communauté de pratique solidaire, ouverte, accueillante et libre d’accès », nous avons besoin d’une culture commune, élaborée en français mais en constante relation avec les productions des autres aires linguistiques, fondée sur des références et des discussions d’un autre ordre que celles des séminaires, des colloques, des listes de diffusion, des blogs ou des réseaux sociaux.
      La rencontre des sciences de l’homme et de la société avec le calcul, avec l’informatique et avec la culture numérique se rattache à plus d’un demi-siècle de recherches et, au delà, aux métamorphoses millénaires des technologies de l’information. Penser cette histoire, ou plutôt ces histoires nationales et locales, est d’ailleurs l’une des orientations récentes des humanités numériques, qui – nous en prenons acte – incluent aussi bien les réflexions sur les infrastructures, les standards et les outils que la discussion de projets collaboratifs, aussi bien les propositions théoriques que l’inscription dans l’histoire des techniques, aussi bien l’étude des modalités d’accès et de diffusion que l’élaboration de méthodes d’analyse, aussi bien la description des pratiques informatiques devenues ordinaires que la possibilité de nouvelles cultures épistémiques, aussi bien, enfin, les enjeux de l’institutionnalisation que la critique des modes ou des idéologies. Cet inventaire est délibérément ouvert, car la recherche et l’enseignement vivent une époque de transition, dans laquelle les humanités numériques constituent avant tout, à nos yeux, une zone d’échange entre disciplines, entre métiers, entre cultures. Par ses articles et ses dossiers thématiques, et dans un second temps par l’introduction d’autres rubriques, la revue entend stimuler cette réinvention.
      Expérimentation, réflexivité, hybridation, dialogue : tels sont donc les maîtres mots de l’aventure scientifique que nous voulons accompagner, sans illusion technophile, sans irénisme technocratique, mais avec l’enthousiasme et le goût de la découverte qui colorent le plus souvent ces travaux. En vous proposant de contribuer aux premiers numéros de la revue, nous faisons le pari qu’il existe un vivier d’auteurs et d’acteurs prêts à objectiver, chroniquer et critiquer, au sens le plus riche du terme, l’évolution de leurs pratiques et de leur pensée.
      1Sous le titre « Disciplines et/ou humanités numériques », le premier numéro sera consacré aux relations entre les disciplines existantes et les technologies numériques. Il s’agira de saisir des pratiques collectives, des parcours personnels, des habitudes méthodologiques, des cadres institutionnels ou des méthodes d’enseignement, dans ce qu’ils ont de typique et d’intéressant. Les contributions pourront prendre la forme d’articles de recherche de format traditionnel, de témoignages et de retours d’expérience.
      2Le deuxième numéro, intitulé « Regards sur des projets en humanités numériques », offrira l’occasion de présenter et de problématiser des projets de recherche en insistant sur leurs aspects les plus pertinents : genèse, inspirations, objectifs scientifiques, modes d’élaboration, choix technologiques, types de collaboration, etc. Nous vous encourageons à proposer une lecture d’un projet même si vous n’en êtes pas l’un des principaux artisans, parce qu’il nous semble fécond de croiser le point de vue des porteurs de projets et celui des usagers que nous sommes tous. Expliciter les critères d’évaluation des projets en humanités numériques est l’un des axes de réflexion envisageables ; vous êtes cependant libres de définir l’approche qui vous convient.
      Vous pouvez également proposer des articles hors des thématiques de nos appels, tant que leur rapport avec les humanités numériques est apparent, ou bien des contributions décrivant des jeux de données scientifiques (data papers).
      Pour ces deux numéros, dont la publication est prévue en 2018, nous vous invitons à soumettre vos propositions pour le 15 décembre 2017 à l’adresse revue.humanistica@gmail.com. Ces propositions doivent être envoyées au format PDF exclusivement. La longueur des articles n’est pas prédéfinie, même si nous considérons que 50.000 signes, espaces et notes comprises, représentent une limite courante. Les références dans le texte doivent suivre le modèle « auteur-date » (par exemple, « Bourdieu 1977 ») et les références bibliographiques doivent être complètes et cohérentes. Il vous est possible d’intégrer à votre texte des images et des enregistrements audio ou vidéo.
      Après acceptation des articles, nous vous demanderons d’utiliser un modèle actuellement en cours de création. Les fichiers seront fournis dans l’un des formats suivants : DOC, DOCX, LaTeX, ODT ou XML TEI. Ils devront être accompagnés d’un fichier de bibliographie suivant un format structuré : BibTeX, RDF ou RIS ; l’export des références depuis un gestionnaire de bibliographie comme Zotero est recommandé.
      Les auteurs conservent leurs droits sur les articles, mais la publication dans la revue Humanités numériques se fera sous la licence internationale Creative Commons Attribution Sharealike (CC-BY-SA 4.0).
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      Comité de direction : Aurélien Berra, Emmanuel Château, Emmanuelle Morlock, Sébastien Poublanc, Émilien Ruiz, Nicolas Thély. Comité de rédaction : Anne Baillot, Clarisse Bardiot, Marie-Claire Beaulieu, Aurélien Berra, Aurélien Bénel, Jean-Baptiste Camps, Emmanuel Château, Frédéric Clavert, Björn-Olav Dozo, Martin Grandjean, Fatiha Idmhand, Mareike Koenig, Emmanuelle Morlock, Pierre Mounier, Enrico Natale, Sofia Papastamkou, Sébastien Poublanc, Yannick Rochat, Émilien Ruiz, Christof Schöch, Nicolas Thély, Seth Van Hooland. Comité scientifique : Bridget Almas, Paul Bertrand, Florence Clavaud, Claire Clivaz, Marin Dacos, Milad Doueihi, Jean-Daniel Fekete, Christian Jacob, Thomas Lebarbé, Claire Lemercier, Damon Mayaffre, Claudine Moulin, Serge Noiret, Elena Pierazzo, Laurent Romary, Dominique Roux, Michael Sinatra, Stéfan Sinclair, Dominique Stutzmann.

      Pleiades

      Staryy Krym

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 23 I3 Staryy Krym

      Aualites

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 4 B3 Aualites

      Imagery location of Aualites

      Coordinates after GeoHack, verified in Google Earth 2013.

      July 23, 2017

      Ancient World Online (AWOL)

      New Open Access Journal: Archaeology and Text: A Journal for the Integration of Material Culture with Written Documents in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near East

      Archaeology and Text: A Journal for the Integration of Material Culture with Written Documents in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near East
      The study of the human past has conventionally been divided between two distinct academic disciplines depending upon the kind of evidence under investigation: “history”, with its focus on written records, and “archaeology”, which analyzes the remains of material culture.  Archaeology and Text: A Journal for the Integration of Material Culture with Written Documents in the Ancient Mediterranean and Near East aims to bridge this disciplinary divide by providing an international forum for scholarly discussions which integrate the studies of material culture with written documents. Interdisciplinary by nature, the journal offers a platform for professional historians and archaeologists alike to critically investigate points of confluence and divergence between the textual and the artifactual. We seek contributions from scholars working in the ancient Mediterranean and Near East.  Contributions with a theoretical or methodological focus on the interface between archaeology and text are especially encouraged. By publishing all of its articles online, the Archaeology and Text seeks to disseminate its published papers immediately after the peer-review and editorial processes have been completed, providing timely publication and convenient access.

      Volume 1 -2017

      For the entire document of this volume, please click here...

      Articles:

      Divination Texts of Maresha – Archeology and Texts

      Esther Eshel, Bar Ilan University, Ian Stern, Archaeological Seminars Institute, 7-26

      Toward an “Archaeology of Halakhah”: Prospects and Pitfalls of Reading Early Jewish Ritual Law into the Ancient Material Record

      Yontan Adler, Ariel University, 27-38

      Purity Observance among Diaspora Jews in the Roman World

      Jodi Magness, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 39-66

      Visual Models in Archaeology and Harmonization of Archaeological and Literary Data

      Catalin Pavel, Kennesaw State University, 67-94

      Reading Between the Lines: Jewish Mortuary Practices in Text and Archaeology

      Karen B. Stern, City University of New York, Brooklyn College, 95-114

      Complex Purity: Between Continuity and Diversity in Ancient Judaism

      Yair Furstenberg, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, 115-131

      Open Access Journal: De Rebus Antiquis

      [First posted in AWOL 20 December 2011. Updated 23 July 2017]

      De Rebus Antiquis
      ISSN 2250-4923
      http://www.uca.edu.ar/uca/common/grupo82/images/De-Rebus-Antiquis-tapa-2011.jpg
      DE REBUS ANTIQUIS es la publicación electrónica del Proyecto de Estudios Históricos Grecorromanos (PEHG) del Departamento de Historia de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad Católica Argentina.
      Esta revista ha nacido con el objeto de dar marco institucional para la publicación de todas aquellas investigaciones de especialistas en esta área del conocimiento y gestar así un ámbito de debate en las temáticas y líneas de investigación más novedosas del tema que nos convoca.
      De revus Antiquis
      Año V, Num. 5 / 2015
      De Rebus Antiquis Nero. 6
      Año VI, Num. 6/2016



      Año I, Núm.1 / 2011

      Año II, Núm. 2 / 2012

      Año III, Núm.3 / 2013
      Año IV, Núm.4 / 2014
      Año IV, Núm.4 / 2014

      See AWOL's List of


      Pleiades

      Lappa

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 B2 Lappa

      Tuttul

      Tuttul was a Bronze Age city that is associated with the archaeological site of Tell Bi'a located in the Raqqa Governorate of northern Syria. The tell lies near the confluence of the Balikh and Euphrates rivers.

      OSM location of Tuttul

      Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

      Castro

      An ancient and medieval Spanish village located in the southeast of the province of Córdoba.

      Castro del Río

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 A4 Castro del Río

      Mashkan-Shapir

      Mashkan-Shapir, covering 56 ha, was occupied during the Uruk period and becomes more prominent during the Akkadian period and then during the Ur III period.

      OSM location of Mashkan-shapir

      Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

      Lucus Feroniae

      A sanctuary and grove of Feronia and an associated settlement located along the Via Tiberina in the territory of Capena.

      Ancient World Online (AWOL)

      Open Access Journal: Kernos - Revue internationale et pluridisciplinaire de religion grecque antique

      [First posted in AWOL 23 February 2011. Most recently updated 23 July 2017]

      Kernos - Revue internationale et pluridisciplinaire de religion grecque antique
      ISSN électronique 2034-7871

      Kernos - Couverture du no 23 | 2010
      Kernos est la seule revue scientifique internationale entièrement consacrée à l’étude des faits et phénomènes religieux de la Grèce antique. Elle a pour ambition de fournir aux chercheurs en ce domaine, mais aussi à toute personne intéressée par les questions religieuses, un instrument de réflexion et des outils de travail pour progresser dans la connaissance du système religieux des Grecs.
      Actuellement, les textes des numéros 1 à 17 sont uniquement accessibles au format pdf [fac-similé], librement téléchargeables.

      Derniers numéros

      Numéros en texte intégral

      Pleiades

      Cisimbrium

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 A4 Cisimbrium

      Çambra

      An earlier toponym for the modern Zambra.

      Ancient World Online (AWOL)

      Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion (1993 – 2016): Concise Indexes

      [First posted in AWOL 27 January 2015, updated 23 July 2017]
      Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion (1993 – 2016) 
      by A. Chaniotis
      Concise Indexes by Stéphanie Paul and Hélène Collard, ULg
      In these three indexes, the numbers in brackets correspond to the different issues of Kernos where the Epigraphic Bulletin has been published. A number without brackets refers to the lemma in the issue mentioned just before.
       
      All but the most recent two volumes of Kernos, including the "Epigraphic Bulletin for Greek Religion" are available online open access.

      Pleiades

      Untitled

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 A3 unnamed bridge (Isturgi on R. Guadalquivir)

      Untitled

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 A4 unnamed bridge (E Ad Lucos on Arroyo Salado de Porcuna)

      Ancient World Online (AWOL)

      Open Access Journal: Inventory: News from the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology & the Ancient World

      [First posted in AWOL 19 January 2015, updated 23 July 2017]

      Inventory: News from the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology & the Ancient World
      http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Joukowsky_Institute/img/banner-small2.jpg
      The Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World is dedicated to the academic study and public promotion of the archaeology and art of the ancient Mediterranean, Egypt, and Western Asia (the latter broadly construed as extending from Anatolia and the Levant to the Caucasus, and including the territories of the ancient Near East); our principal research interests lie in the complex societies of the pre-modern era. 

      June 2017

      Spring/Summer Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on two workshops organized by the Joukowsky Institute – one in Bogotá, organized by faculty member Felipe Rojas, and another in Providence, organized by graduate students in Archaeology and Anthropology; Professor Yannis Hamilakis’s impressions of his first year at Brown University; and the successful completion of two Joukowsky Institute students’ doctorates (and three undergraduate honors theses); as well as Institute Director Peter van Dommelen’s thoughts on the many new arrivals, bittersweet departures, and activism of the Institute and our community.

      June 2016

      Spring/Summer Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on the successful completion of six doctorates (and one master’s), a class trip to Barcelona and Empúries, and Peter van Dommelen’s thoughts on several significant developments at JIAAW.

      December 2015

      Fall/Winter Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on a bone-based collaboration between geology and archaeology, a pungent course on culinary history, and the successful completion of a Joukowsky Institute student’s doctorate, as well as two perspectives on a recent conference honoring John Cherry, and Peter van Dommelen’s thoughts on his first semester as the Director of the Joukowsky Institute.

      May 2015

      Spring/Summer Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on scientific analysis of Luristan bronzes, our ibis mummy's doctor's appointment, an exhibit on the past lives of Rhode Island Hall, two JIAAW doctorates, and the perils of summer fieldwork.

      January 2015

      Fall/Winter Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on our “Archaeology for the People” competition, a field project in Turkey, a recent conference on archaeology in North Africa, and our ongoing excavations on Brown University’s campus.

      January 2014

      Fall/Winter Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on the Joukowsky Institute Publications series, International Archaeology Day, a new field project in Sardinia, using RTI to reveal a relief on an Old Kingdom block, and our competition for accessible archaeological writing, “Archaeology for the People”.

      June 2013

      Spring/Summer Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on Archaeology's Dirty Little Secrets, Ömür Harmanşah's new book, a recent conference on Greek archaeology, the siege of Rhode Island Hall, and the successful completion of two JIAAW students' doctorates.

      January 2013

      Fall/Winter Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on JIAAW's two new permanent faculty members, visiting international students and faculty, an international colloquium on issues in Mediterranean prehistory, the fifth anniversary of our film series, and the successful completion of a JIAAW student's doctorate.

      May 2012

      Spring/Summer Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on Laurel Bestock's new field project in the Sudan, the Institute's recent symposium on archaeology in Turkey, ARCH 1715's installation recreating the terracotta warriors of the First Emperor's tomb, Sue Alcock's visit to Davos, the Arts of Rome's Provinces seminar, and three new doctors of archaeology.

      December 2011

      Fall/Winter Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online. To receive the next issue by mail or email, please join our mailing list.

      May 2011

      Spring/Summer Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online. To receive the next issue by mail or email, please join our mailing list.

      December 2010

      Fall Issue of "Inventory" The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online. To receive the next issue by mail or email, please join our mailing list.

      May 2010

      Spring Issue of "Inventory" The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online. To receive the next issue by mail or email, please join our mailing list.

      December 2009

      Fall Issue of "Inventory" The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online. To receive the next issue by mail or email, please join our mailing list.

      May 2009

      Spring Issue of "Inventory"
      The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online. To receive the next issue by mail or email, please join our mailing list.

      October 2008

      Inaugural Issue of "Inventory"
      The Fall issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online. To receive the next issue by mail or email, please join our mailing list.



      Pleiades

      Puente de Cañete.

      The remains of a Roman bridge known locally as Puente Viejo or Puente de Cañete lying one mile west west of Obulco on the Arroyo Salado.

      Obulco

      Obulco was a Roman municipium of Hispania Baetica.

      Porcuna

      Medieval and modern Spanish name of village located in the west of the province of Jaén that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X.

      (W)Axos

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 C2 (W)Axos

      Kydonia

      An ancient settlement on Crete inhabited since the Neolithic period, Kydonia has been a major center of Minoan, Greek, and Byzantine civilization.

      Rhithymna/Arsinoe

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 B2 Rhithymna/Arsinoe

      Heraklion

      Heraklion was the harbor city of ancient Knossos, and was later re-founded by the Arab conquerors.

      Palencia

      Medieval and modern Spanish name.

      Palantia

      The chief town of the Vaccaei in the northern part of Hispania Tarraconensis.

      Aurgi/Orongis

      An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 B4 Aurgi/Orongis

      OSM location of modern Valladolid

      OSM location of modern Valladolid.

      Valladolid

      The site of Celtiberian and Roman settlement eventually gave way to Moorish and, later, Christian foundations. Valladolid grew rapidly during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries under the kings Alfonso VIII and Alfonso X.

      Valladolid

      Medieval Spanish names of city associated with modern Valladolid.