Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Open Access Journal: Kelsey Museum Newsletter

[First posted in AWOL 1 November 2010. Updated 23 January 2018]

Kelsey Museum Newsletter
Kelsey Museum Newsletter Fall 2017
The Kelsey Museum is the brainchild of Francis W. Kelsey, Professor of Latin at the University of Michigan from 1889 to 1927. Kelsey pursued an active program of collecting antiquities for use in teaching, and launched the first university-sponsored archaeological excavations in the Mediterranean and Near Eastern regions in 1924. Most of the artifacts in the Kelsey Museum come from excavations carried out in Egypt and Iraq in the 1920s and 1930s.
In 1928, shortly after Kelsey’s death, the Museum of Classical Archaeology was installed in Newberry Hall on State Street. It was renamed in honor of Professor Kelsey in 1953, and enlarged with the construction of the William Upjohn Exhibit Wing in 2009. In addition to conserving and exhibiting its collections, the Museum still sponsors field projects in countries around the Mediterranean (although the artifacts recovered in those excavations now all remain in their countries of origin), and it plays a vital role in undergraduate and graduate teaching and research.
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Help with bibliographies: APh Updated!

Help with bibliographies: APh Updated!
As practicing classicists will know, the field’s major bibliographic database, L’Année Philologique, moved to a new home late last year. That means that our previous posts on the EBSCO and self-hosted versions of APh are a little out of date. In this post, we update the major points about how to use the new APh interface. You should still refer to the previous posts for information about what this database is, its history, and why you should use it. 



Like its previous versions, the new APh Online is a subscription-only service, which means that you will need to access it through your institution’s library login. I’ll start my post with the assumption that you’ve logged in.

The landing page has several options for your initial search.
l'annes philologique landing pace
First, let’s notice a few differences from the previous editions. APh now tells you when its last update was (in this case, September 29, 2017). That means you know how limited your results are likely to be, and can use alternative methods to find even more sources.
Continue reading at The Library of Antiquity: Tips and Tricks for the Study of the Ancient Mediterranean

Open Access Journal: CLASSICA: Revista Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos

[First posted in AWOL 12 January 2016, updated 23 January 2018]

CLASSICA: Revista Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos
ISSN 0103-4316 [versão impressa]
ISSN 2176-6436 [versão on lin]
Classica é um periódico de caráter científico e interdisciplinar da Sociedade Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos, destinado à divulgação de trabalhos originais e inéditos sobre todos os aspectos das culturas da Antiguidade Clássica e outras culturas do mundo antigo. Os trabalhos são publicados, preferencialmente, em português, espanhol, inglês, francês ou italiano.
Classica is scientific and interdisciplinary journal of the Brazilian Society of Classical Studies, for the dissemination of original and unpublished works on all aspects of the cultures of Classical Antiquity and other cultures of the ancient world. The papers are published, preferably in Portuguese, Spanish, English, French or Italian.


















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Monday, January 22, 2018

Open Access Journal: The Orion Center Newsletter

[First posted in AWOL 26 July 2016, updated 22 January 2018]

The Orion Center Newsletter
The Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature
The Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature
The Center aims to stimulate and foster research on the Scrolls, particularly the great task of integrating the new information gained from the Scrolls into the body of knowledge about Jewish history and religion in the Second Temple period. Such integration will affect areas like biblical studies, Jewish literature and thought of the Second Temple Period, earliest Christianity and the New Testament, the study of early rabbinic Judaism, and more. 


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Open Access Journal: Plato Journal

[First posted in AWOL 31 May 2010. Updated 22 January 2018 (all new URLs)]

Plato Journal
ISSN 2079-7567
e-ISSN: 2183-4105
Plato Journal
The aim of this journal is to promote international dialogue on Plato across different languages and scholarly approaches. The journal has been established by the International Plato Society, founded in 1989. The Society also holds triennial symposia and occasional additional activities and supports regional Plato Societies. It also sponsors the publication of scholarly books on Plato, in collaboration with Academia Verlag, Sankt Augustin. It is open to all Plato scholars world-wide to read this journal, to make responses to the papers (which should be sent to the Editor and are subject to editorial moderation), and, in due course, to submit papers for inclusion in the journal. The languages of the journal are those of the International Plato Society, namely English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
Vol 16 (2016)
Published: 2017-07-05
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New Online Books from the Collection du Centre Jean Bérard

New Online Books from the Collection du Centre Jean Bérard

AGRUMED: ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF CITRUS FRUIT IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

Acclimatization, diversifications, uses

Véronique Zech-Matterne et Girolamo Fiorentino (dir.)
2017
L’ouvrage rassemble seize contributions relatives à l’histoire ancienne et récente des agrumes. Alors qu’ils représentent la première production fruitière à l’échelle mondiale, peu de travaux ont été menés sur leurs aires d’origine et leurs voies de diffusion, car très peu de vestiges organiqu...

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AGRUMED: Archaeology and history of citrus fruit in the Mediterranean

RICERCHE SULLA PROTOSTORIA DELLA SIBARITIDE, 1

Extrait
L’ampiezza del territorio calabrese, le sue difficoltà orografiche e di collegamento, la scarsità di personale scientifico e tecnico hanno sempre limitato, finora, le capacità di tutela territoriale della Soprintendenza Archeologica della Calabria.

La differenza tra necessità e realizzazioni aumenta quando si tratta di resti materiali pre-e protostorici: alla ridotta evidenza di tali culture che rimane sul terreno si aggiunge lo scarso interesse a queste testimonianze che hanno quasi ..

RICERCHE SULLA PROTOSTORIA DELLA SIBARITIDE, 2

Extrait
L’impostazione dei problemi relativi alle vicende dell’insediamento protostorico nella Sibaritide, quale si era enunciata introducendo la precedente relazione, Ricerche non aveva avuto ancora modo di subire una evoluzione molto sensibile al momento della stesura di questa puntata, anteriore alla campagna di scavo 1981.

Da una parte infatti lo scavo 1980 a Broglio, pur incominciando ad evidenziare alcuni fatti nuovi, non aveva ancora affrontato obiettivi diversi da quelli inizialmente ...

Open Access Journal: TINA maritime archaeology periodical = TINA Denizcilik Arkeolojisi Dergisi

ISSN: 2149-1968
TINA DERGI SAYI 6 TIKLAYINIZ









 

Türkiye ve denizlerimizdeki arkeolojik zenginlikleri dünya kamuoyu ve bilimsel kurumlara anlatmak. Bu meyanda yurt içi ve dışı yayınlar, konferanslar, paneller, seminerler, açık oturumlar, sempozyumlar, kurslar, fuarlar, şenlikler, sergiler, festivaller,toplu inceleme gezileri gibi sanatsal etkinlikler ve toplantılar düzenlemek.
T.C. Kültür Bakanlığı izni ve denetimi altında yapılacak olan araştırma, kazı, konservasyon ve sergileme faaliyetlerinde bulunan yurt içi ve yurt dışı bilimsel kuruluşlara, müzelere, üniversitelere destek sağlamak ve sağlanmasına yardımcı olmak.
T.C. Kültür Bakanlığı izni ve denetimi altında karasularımızda bilimsel metodlar ile günümüz teknolojik imkanları nispetinde sualtı araştırmaları ve kazıları yapmak.
Sualtı arkeolojik eserlerimizi tespit etmek, mevkilerini gerekli mercilere bildirerek korunmaya alınmalarını sağlamak.
Hali hazırda bu konuda faaliyet gösteren müze ve kuruluşlar ile işbirliği yapmak ve bunlara destek sağlamak.
Bu tip müzelerin ve kültürel faaliyetlerin çoğalmasını sağlamak, yeni girişimlere fırsat verecek önlemleri almak.
Bu meyanda denizlerimizde görülen ve hızla yayılmakta olan sualtı kirliliğini önleyici tedbirler almak, alınmasını sağlamak ve bu konuda diğer kuruluşlar ile işbirliği sağlamak.
Vakıf amaç ve çalışma konularındaki eğitim ve öğretim kurumlarını geliştirmek ve bu amaçla öğrenciler yetiştirmek için burslar vermek

To introduce the archaeological riches of Turkey and its seas to the world public and scientific institutions.  Organizing artistic activities and meetings such as conferences, panels, seminars, open forums, symposiums, courses, fairs, exhibitions, festivals, group survey tours, publications both abroad and at home to meet this objective.
To provide and help provide support to scientific institutions, museums, universities that will conduct research, excavation, conservation and exhibitions with permission from and under the surveillance of the Turkish Ministry of Culture.
To conduct underwater research and excavations in our territorial waters with scientific methods using modern technological facilities with permission from and under the surveillance of the Turkish Ministry of Culture.  
To determine the location of our underwater archaeological treasures and notify the relevant authorities to ensure their protection.
To cooperate with museums and institutions already active in this area and provide support for them.
To enable the increase of such museums and cultural activities and take the necessary steps for new initiatives.
To take or help take precautions against the rapidly increasing underwater pollution in our seas and to cooperate on this issue with other institutions.
To develop educational institutions active in the objectives and activity areas of the foundation and give scholarships to students who want to train in this area.
TINA Periodical No:8
TINA DERGI SAYI 8 TIKLAYINIZ

TINA DERGI SAYI 7 TIKLAYINIZ
TINA DERGI SAYI 7 TIKLAYINIZ

Open Access Monograph Series: Archäologischen Berichte

Archäologischen Berichte
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Die Archäologischen Berichte (Arch. Ber.) sind die Monografien der DGUF. Sie erscheinen seit 1987 mit etwa einem Band pro Jahr. Ziel der DGUF bei der Gründung der Reihe war es, unseren Autoren eine Möglichkeit zu bieten, mit hoher Reichweite und wissenschaftsüblicher Qualitätssicherung preiswert und schnell publizieren zu können. Um dieses Ziel noch wirksamer erreichen zu können, erscheinen die Monografien seit Band 25 (2014) in zweifacher Technik: in einer Druckausgabe und – in Kooperation mit der Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg – zusätzlich online im Open Access. Wie unsere Zeitschrift Archäologische Informationen nehmen auch die Monografien seit Band 25 bei Bedarf Ergänzende Materialien und Open Data auf.
In einigen Bänden der Reihe wurden Arbeiten publiziert, die in der DGUF selbst entstanden sind, wie etwa die zweibändige Gedenkschrift für Wolfgang Taute (Arch. Ber. 14, 2001) oder die Literaturempfehlungen des DGUF-Arbeitskreises "Archäologie in Schule und Bildung" (Arch. Ber. 21, 2012). Die überwiegende Mehrheit der Bände entsteht jedoch aus guten Examensarbeiten und Dissertationen, die wir hier – kostengünstig für Autoren wie Leser – zeitnah zum Druck bringen. Die Werke erscheinen mit weltweiter Reichweite, gedruckt und im Open Access, samt Verlag und ISBN-Nummer in einer etablierten Reihe: Ein erheblicher Mehrwert gegenüber einer Publikation in Eigenregie, für Autoren wie für Leser.
Sofern die Autoren zustimmen, publizieren wir die Bände seit 25 (2014) unter der Lizensierung CC BY, um im Interesse der Autoren auch mit diesem Instrument der u. a. von der DFG empfohlenen offenen Lizensierung die Reichweite und Wahrnehmung ihrer Werke zu erhöhen.
Um den möglichen Erhalt von Tantiemen bei der VG Wort auch für die elektronische Ausgabe der Bände zu erreichen, können in diese sog. Zählpixel der VG Wort eingebaut werden. Autoren, die dies wünschen, teilen der Redaktion ihre Karteinummer bei der VG Wort mit. Weitere Informationen: [PDF]. 
  • Band 27: Tünde Kaszab-Olschewski & Ingrid Tamerl (Hrsg.): Wald- und Holznutzung in der römischen Antike. Kerpen-Loogh 2017. [mehr]
  • Band 26: Jutta Zerres: Kapuzenmäntel in Italien und den Nordwestprovinzen des Römischen Reiches. Gebrauch - Bedeutung - Habitus. Kerpen-Loogh 2017 [mehr]
  • Band 25: Christian Lau: Zur Keramikchronologie der Römischen Kaiserzeit in Ostwestfalen anhand der Siedlungen von Enger, Hüllhorst und Kirchlengern im Ravensberger Land. Kerpen-Loogh 2014. [mehr]
  • Band 24: Heidrun Derks: Gräber und "Geschlechterfragen" - Studie zu den Bestattungssitten der älteren Römischen Kaiserzeit. Bonn 2012. [mehr]
  • Band 23: Caroline Hamon; Jan Graefe (Hrsg.): New Perspectives on Querns in Neolithic Societies. Bonn 2008. [mehr]
  • Band 22: Jutta Meurers-Balke; Werner Schön (Hrsg.): Vergangene Zeiten - LIBER AMICORUM. Gedenkschrift für Jürgen Hoika. Bonn 2011. [mehr]
  • Band 21: Arbeitskreis Archäologie im Schulbuch der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte (Hrsg.): Literaturempfehlungen zur Archäologie. Fachliteratur, Sachbücher, Kinder- und Jugendliteratur. Bonn 2012. [mehr]
  • Band 20: Andrea Lorenz: Der spätbronzezeitliche Hortfund von Stadtallendorf unter besonderer Berücksichtigung seiner Gläser. Bonn 2006. [mehr]
  • Band 19: Barbara Kraus: Befund: Kind. Überlegungen zu archäologischen und anthropologischen Untersuchungen von Kinderbestattungen. Bonn 2005. [mehr]
  • Band 18: Thorsten Uthmeier: Micoquien, Aurignacien und Gravettien in Bayern – Eine regionale Studie zum Übergang vom Mittel- zum Jungpaläolithikum. Bonn 2004. [mehr]
  • Band 17: Birgit Herren: Die alt- und mittelneolithische Siedlung von Harting-Nord, Kr. Regensburg/Oberpfalz – Befunde und Keramik aus dem Übergangshorizont zwischen Linearbandkeramik und Südostbayerischem Mittelneolithikum (SOB). Bonn 2003. [mehr]
  • Band 16: Ronald Bakker: The emergence of agriculture on the Drenthe Plateau – A palaeobotanical study supported by high-resolution 14C dating. Bonn 2003. [mehr]
  • Band 15: Erika Riedmeier-Fischer: Die Hirschgeweihartefakte von Yverdon, Avenue des Sports. Bonn 2002. [mehr]
  • Band 14: Birgit Gehlen; Martin Heinen; Andreas Tillmann (Hrsg.): Zeit-Räume. Gedenkschrift für Wolfgang Taute. Bonn 2001. [mehr]
  • Band 13: Jasper von Richthofen: Fibelgebrauch - gebrauchte Fibeln. Studien zu Fibeln der Römischen Kaiserzeit. Bonn 2000. [mehr]
  • Band 12: P. J. (Sjeuf) Felder; P. Cor. M. Rademakers, Marjorie E. Th. de Grooth (Hrsg.): Excavations of Prehistoric Flint Mines at Rijckholt-St. Geertruid (Limburg, The Netherlands) by the "Prehistoric Flint Mines Working Group" of the Dutch Geological Society, Limburg Section. Bonn 1998. [mehr]
  • Band 11: Martin Schmidt (Hrsg.):"Geschichte heißt: so ist's gewesen! abgesehen von dem wie's war ..." Geburtstagsgrüße für Günter Smolla. Bonn 1998. [mehr]
  • Band 10: Thomas Frank: Die neolithische Besiedlung zwischen der Köln-Bonner Rheinebene und den Bergischen Hochflächen. Bonn 1998. [mehr]
  • Band 9: Rolf-Dieter Bauche: Die Keramik des 12. Jahrhunderts zwischen Köln und Aachen. Bonn 1997. [mehr]
  • Band 8: Eric Biermann: Großgartach und Oberlauterbach. Interregionale Beziehungen im südwestdeutschen Mittelneolithikum. Bonn 1997. [mehr]
  • Band 7: Markus Vosteen: Unter die Räder gekommen. Untersuchungen zu Sherratts "Secondary Products Revolution". Bonn 1996. [mehr]
  • Band 6: Johannes Müller und Reinhard Bernbeck (Hrsg.): Prestige - Prestigegüter - Sozialstrukturen. Beispiele aus dem europäischen und vorderasiatischen Neolithikum. Bonn 1996. [mehr]
  • Band 5: Andreas Heege: Die Keramik des frühen und hohen Mittelalters aus dem Rheinland. Stand der Forschung - Typologie, Chronologie, Warenarten. Bonn 1995. [mehr]
  • Band 4: Gamal El Deen Idris: Die Altsteinzeit im Sudan. Bonn 1994. [mehr]
  • Band 3: Ursula Tegtmeier: Neolithische und bronzezeitliche Pflugspuren in Norddeutschland und den Niederlanden. Bonn 1993. [mehr]
  • Band 2: Jutta Klug: Die vorgeschichtliche Besiedlung des Amöneburger Beckens und seiner Randgebiete. Bonn 1989. [mehr]
  • Band 1: Günther Junghans: Gabriel de Mortillet 1821-1898. Eine Biographie. Bonn 1987. [mehr]

Sunday, January 21, 2018

New Open Access Journal: Akropolis: Journal of Hellenic Studies

Akropolis: Journal of Hellenic Studies
ISSN: 2536-572X (print)
ISSN: 2536-5738 (online)
Akropolis: Journal of Hellenic Studies is an international peer-reviewed, open access scholarly journal, devoted to the study of Hellenic culture and civilization from antiquity to the present, featuring high-quality research articles and book reviews in all areas of Hellenic studies: philosophy, religion, archaeology, history, law, politics, literature, philology, art.
High quality contributions – regardless of tradition, school of thought or disciplinary background – are welcome. The editorial board equally values disciplinary and interdisciplinary studies. The highest editorial standard is ensured by the international character and disciplinary expertise of the editorial board.
Akropolis is published annually by the Center for Hellenic Studies, based in Podgorica, Montenegro.
Vol 1 (2017)