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Newly Open Access Monograph Series: Ariadne Supplement Series

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Ariadne Supplement Series
ISSN: 2623-4726
Με απόφαση της Επιτροπής Εκδόσεων της Φιλοσοφικής Σχολής δημιουργήθηκε η σειρά Παραρτημάτων της Αριάδνης (Ariadne Supplement Series, ISSN 2623-4726). Πρόκειται για μια επιστημονική σειρά ανοιχτής πρόσβασης με κριτές που ενθαρρύνει τη δημοσίευση ελληνόγλωσσων ή ξενόγλωσσων επιστημονικών μονογραφιών, επεξεργασμένων πρακτικών συνεδρίων και τιμητικών τόμων. Οι ενδιαφερόμενοι πρέπει να υποβάλουν στην Επιτροπή Εκδόσεων της Φιλοσοφικής Σχολής (dean@phl.uoc.gr) αναλυτική πρόταση στην οποία να τεκμηριώνεται η επιστημονική συνεισφορά της μελέτης. Η νέα σειρά αριθμεί ήδη τρεις τόμους. Οι δύο κυκλοφόρησαν τον Δεκέμβριο του 2018 και διακινούνται από τις Πανεπιστημιακές Εκδόσεις Κρήτης (www.cup.gr).

Ariadne Supplements is an open access peer-reviewed series that welcomes scholarly publications occupying the space between a journal and a book. These publications are usually Festschriften and conference volumes that have some thematic unity but not the kind that one expects from a book. Prospective contributors are advised to send detailed proposals with special emphasis on the scholarly contribution of the proposed project to the Editorial Board of the series either by email (dean@phl.uoc.gr) or mail to the School of Philosophy, Gallos Campus, Rethymnon 74100, Greece. 

A. Kavoulaki, ed. Πλειών. Papers in memory of Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood, Ariadne Supplement 1, Rethymnon 2018
ISSN 2623–4726 (series) ISBN 978–618–82229–1–5. Price: 26 Euros. The book is distributed by the Crete University Press (www.cup.gr).

Please click on the cover of the book in order to read it online.

Πλειών: Papers in Memory of Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood is a volume dedicated to the memory of a great Hellenist, the late Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood, who was distinguished for her ability to bring together different approaches to literature, history, archaeology and the visual arts in a highly sophisticated and theoretically informed way. Like the spectrum of material studied by Sourvinou-Inwood, the papers collected to celebrate her memory display a wide variety of subjects and breadth of approaches. The volume opens with an introduction by the editor Athena Kavoulaki (followed by a list of Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood’s published works) and continues with eleven essays – by Ian Rutherford, Robert Parker, John Davies, Sally Humphreys, Peter Wilson, Agis Marinis, Renaud Gagné, John Petropoulos, Michael Anderson, Anton Bierl, Mika Kajava and Elina M. Salminen – which are representative of Sourvinou-Inwood’s engagement with key issues in the fields of myth and ritual, of religious institutions and structures, of poetic texts and contexts, of funerary dedications, of monuments and artifacts. The volume concludes with an excursus, which contains a short piece by Michael Inwood, and an appendix in which a collection of Sourvinou’s youthful poems is published for the first time. In this way the volume pays tribute to the memory of a great classical scholar both by shedding light on an unknown side of her personality and, above all, by advancing the intellectual discourse that Sourvinou-Inwood’s work shaped and nourished in significant ways.

L. Athanassaki, C. Nappa and A. Vergados, edd. Gods and Mortals in Greek and Latin Poetry. Studies in Honor of Jenny Strauss Clay, Ariadne Supplement 2, Rethymnon 2018
ISSN 2623-4726 ISBN 978-618-82229-2-2. Price: 24 Euros. The book is distributed by the Crete University Press (www.cup.gr).

Please click on the cover of the book in order to read it online.

Gods and Mortals in Greek and Latin Poetry is a tribute to Jenny Strauss Clay in recognition of her scholarly achievements and of the guidance, inspiration, and friendship she has generously given to her students and colleagues over her long and distinguished career. The volume opens with Diane Svarlien’s English translation of Horace’s Odes 3. 27, Daniel Mendelsohn’s vivid memoir of Clay’s mentorship, and Ward Briggs’ biography and bibliography. It continues with thirteen scholarly essays that respond to Clay’s main scholarly interests. Nancy Felson, Lucia Athanassaki, Zoe Stamatopoulou, David Kovacs, Athanassios Vergados, Thomas K. Hubbard, Anatole Mori, Benjamin Jasnow, Daniel Barber, Blanche Conger McCune, Stephen C. Smith, Christopher Nappa, and John F. Miller explore a wide range of aspects of the representation and interaction of gods and mortals in Greek and Latin poetry, topics to which Jenny Strauss Clay has repeatedly come back.



Β. Κιντή, Χ. Μπάλλα και Γ. Φαράκλας, επιμ. Τόποι: Αντίδωρα στον Παντελή Μπασάκο, Αριάδνη Παράρτημα 3, Ρέθυμνο 2019

Υπό έκδοση.

Ο συλλογικός τόμος Τόποι: Αντίδωρα στον Παντελή Μπασάκο περιλαμβάνει είκοσι τρεις πρωτότυπες συμβολές φίλων, συναδέλφων και μαθητών του τιμώμενου στα πεδία της φιλοσοφίας και της θεωρίας του επιχειρήματος, που ο ίδιος υπηρέτησε με τρόπο συστηματικό και γνήσιο, ως πανεπιστημιακός δάσκαλος και ερευνητής, στο Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο καθώς και στο Πανεπιστήμιο Κρήτης. Τα κείμενα οργανώνονται σε τέσσερις ενότητες: "Κρίση και επιχείρημα", "Λόγος και δημοκρατία", "Ρητορική και διαλεκτική στους αρχαίους", "Ρητορική και διαλεκτική στους νεότερους", και υπογράφονται από τους: Παύλο Σούρλα, Γιάννη Α. Τασόπουλο, Φώτη Παπαγεωργίου, Κώστα Περεζού, Αφροδίτη Θεοδωρακάκου, Γρηγόρη Μολύβα, Κωνσταντίνο Παπαγεωργίου, Βίκυ Ιακώβου, Σωτήρη Βανδώρο, Βασίλη Κάλφα, Χλόη Μπάλλα, Κατερίνα Ιεροδιακόνου, Μαρία Πρωτοπαπά-Μαρνέλη, Βούλα Τσούνα, Άννα Τηγάνη, Παύλο Καλλιγά, Έμιλυ Κρητικού, Βάσω Κιντή, Γεράσιμο Κουζέλη, Παναγιώτη Πούλο, Γιώργο Καράμπελα, Γιώργο Φαράκλα και Στέλιο Βιρβιδάκη. Ο τόμος κλείνει με μια συνέντευξη του Παντελή Μπασάκου.

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Open Access Jopurnal: Αριαδνη : επιστημονικη επετηριδα της Φιλοσοφικης Σχολης του Πανεπιστημιου Κρητης. = Ariadne: The Journal of the School of Philosophy of the University of Crete

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Griffin Warrior Tomb Article Open Access

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Thanks to the generosity of the Publications Office of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the editor of its journal Hesperia, Jen Sacher, we are pleased to announce that the following articles are available free of charge at jstor.org for a limited time only. Enjoy:
(1) The Gold Necklace from the Grave of the Griffin Warrior at Pylos
Jack L. Davis and Sharon R. Stocker
Hesperia 87.4 (2018), pp. 611-632
DOI: 10.2972/hesperia.87.4.0611
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2972/hesperia.87.4.0611
(2) The Combat Agate from the Grave of the Griffin Warrior at Pylos
Sharon R. Stocker and Jack L. Davis
Hesperia 86.4 (2017), pp. 583-605
DOI: 10.2972/hesperia.86.4.0583
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2972/hesperia.86.4.0583
(3) The Lord of the Gold Rings: The Griffin Warrior of Pylos
Jack L. Davis and Sharon R. Stocker
Hesperia 85.4 (2016), pp. 627-655
DOI: 10.2972/hesperia.85.4.0627
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2972/hesperia.85.4.0627
(4) An Archer from the Palace of Nestor: A New Wall-Painting Fragment in the Chora Museum
Hariclia Brecoulaki, Caroline Zaitoun, Sharon R. Stocker, Jack L. Davis, Andreas G. Karydas, Maria Perla Colombini, Ugo Bartolucci
Hesperia 77.3 (2008), pp. 363-397
https://www.jstor.org/stable/40205755
(5) Animal Sacrifice, Archives, and Feasting at the Palace of Nestor
Sharon R. Stocker and Jack L. Davis
Hesperia 73.2 (2004), pp. 179-215
https://www.jstor.org/stable/4134892

Open Access Journal: Myrtia: Revista de Filología Clásica

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[First posted in AWOL 23 October 2009. Updated 7 February 2019]

Myrtia: Revista de Filología Clásica
Online ISSN: 1989-4619
Print ISSN: 0213-7674
La revista Myrtia está editada por el Departamento de Filología Clásica de la Universidad de Murcia, a través del Servicio de Publicaciones de esta Universidad. Está constituida por dos secciones: Filología Latina y Filología Griega, en cada una de las cuales se publican aportaciones originales e inéditas, en forma de artículos, notas o reseñas, a los distintos dominios de la Filología Clásica. 

El Comité de Redacción, con la colaboración de un amplio Consejo Asesor, formado por especialistas en los distintos campos de la Filología Clásica, considera el valor de cada uno de los originales entregados por los autores y decide sobre la conveniencia o no de su publicación (de lo que, en cada caso, informa al autor o autores), la sección en que se incluirá el artículo aceptado y la forma del mismo. Los volúmenes son facilitados gratuitamente a los autores así como, en régimen de intercambio científico, a los centros editores de publicaciones científicas del Estado y del extranjero que se avengan a ello, según criterios y mecanismos que establece el Servicio de Publicaciones, quien, asimismo, podrá comercializar la revista.
Vol. 33 (2018) 

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Vol. 32 (2017)















2008


Vol. 23 (2008)

En homenaje a la Profesora Dª. Filomena Fortuny Previ
































1992

Vol. 7 (1992)










1986

Vol. 1 (1986)

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Open Access Monograph Series: Histoire ancienne et médiévale

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Histoire ancienne et médiévale
Les Éditions de la Sorbonne (anciennement Publications de la Sorbonne) ont constitué depuis 1971 un catalogue de quelque sept cents ouvrages, qui s’enrichit aujourd’hui d’une quarantaine de titres par an.
Ce catalogue rend compte de la diversité des disciplines enseignées à l’université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, essentiellement dans les domaines des humanités et des sciences humaines : philosophie, sciences économiques, juridiques et sociales, linguistique et littérature, arts et archéologie, histoire, géographie.

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Open Access Journal: Bulletin d'Information Archéologique

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[First posted in AWOL 1 November 2009. Updated 7 February 2019]

Bulletin d'Information Archéologique
ISSN: 1110-2489
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Revue de presse égyptienne compilée régulièrement à partir du Bulletin d’Information Archéologique (BIA) qui paraît sous le double parrainage de l’IFAO et de la chaire « Civilisation pharaonique : archéologie, philologie et histoire » du Collège de France
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The Egypt Exploration Society YouTube Channel

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[First posted in AWOL 2 August 2011, updated 7 Febriuary 2019]

The Egypt Exploration Society YouTube Channel
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The EES was founded in 1882 by the writer and traveller Amelia Edwards to explore and document ancient Egyptian sites and monuments, and to create a lasting record of the remains as a means of preserving them. This work, begun by Amelia, Flinders Petrie, Howard Carter and many other great archaeologists, continues to this day.
In the last 130 years the EES has explored hundreds of sites in Egypt, uncovering temples, tombs and entire towns and cities.
Part of our mission is to generate enthusiasm for Egypt's past and to raise awareness of the importance of protecting its sites and monuments. We are captivated by the stories of the great pharaohs and their people and want to share what our experts have learned about how they lived with as wide an audience as possible.
We rely almost entirely on public support to fund our work and we need your help to ensure that we continue to carry out our mission at a time when Egypt's heritage is as threatened as it has been since Amelia's day

EES Archive Appeal 2018

457 views6 months ago

Excavating Egypt

175 views3 years ago

'To work', M. R. Apted

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Who Was Who in Egyptology

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Live-Stream: Frank M. Snowden Jr. | A Retrospective and Future Directions

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Frank M. Snowden Jr. | A Retrospective and Future Directions
A panel discussion with Carolivia Herron, Molly Levine, and Dan-el Padilla Peralta with moderator Caroline Stark
Friday, February 15 at 3:00 pm
Registration is limited.
Please register at Eventbrite by February 14.

This event will be live-streamed athttp://media.video.harvard.edu/core/live/harvard-chs-live.html
(best viewed with Safari or Firefox).

Directions and Visitor information
This dialogue is part of the Black Classicists Exhibition Event Series.
Speakers
Carolivia Herron
Carolivia Herron is an African American Jew and a Senior Faculty Scholar Coach and Adjunct Lecturer in the Classics Department of Howard University. She primarily teaches literature courses that connect ancient epics of Europe, Africa and Asia with stories, novels, and poetry written today. She is also the author of several books including including, Thereafter JohnnieAlways An OliviaPeacesong DCAsenath, and Nappy Hair. As an undergraduate Carolivia was a student of Dr. Frank M. Snowden, Jr. at Howard University
Mayor Muriel Bowser presented Dr. Herron the “Exceptional Woman in the Arts Award” for writing the libretto for the opera, Let Freedom Sing: The Story of Marian Anderson. The music was composed by Bruce Adolphe.
Carolivia loves epic poetry and epic stories, especially epics about cities, and she hosts a weekly radio show, Epic City, on WOWD-LP Takoma Park radio.
In addition to Howard University Dr. Herron has been a professor at Harvard University, Mount Holyoke College, Chico State University, the College of William and Mary, and Arizona State University. As Senior Faculty Scholar Coach at Howard University Carolivia is creating a multimedia interactive version of her novel, Asenath and Our Song of Songs. This work will be an educational and storytelling gateway for interconnecting the creative works of artists and scholars. Carolivia is also a member of Tifereth Israel Congregation of Washington, DC.
Molly Levine
Molly Myerowitz Levine holds a Ph.D in Classics from Bar-Ilan  University, an M.Phil. in Classics from Yale University, and a BA in Classics from Harvard University.  She holds the rank of professor at Howard University where she has taught since 1984. She divides her teaching between the Department of Classics and the Honors Program of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Among her major publications are  Ovid’s Games of Love (Wayne State University Press, l985); The Challenge of Black Athena, Special Volume of Arethusa (Guest editor) (1989); and “Ovid’s Evolution,” in The Art of Love: Bimillennial Essays on Ovid’s Ars Amatoria and Remedia Amoris (Oxford 2006). She has written, taught, and lectured widely on topics including the Black Athena controversy, Latin poetry, and early Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism.
Dan-el Padilla Peralta
Dominican by birth and New Yorker by upbringing, Dan-el Padilla Peralta was graduated summa cum laude in Classics with a WWS certificate at Princeton, held the Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship to read for the M. Phil. in Greek and Roman History at Oxford (2008), and earned his Ph.D. in Classics from Stanford in 2014. After a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Columbia’s Society of Fellows, he returned to Princeton.
His research focuses on Reception Studies, especially classical receptions in the Black Atlantic; Greek and Roman Religion; and Roman History, specifically the Roman Republic and Empire. He is author of the memoir, Undocumented: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League (Penguin Press, 2015) and co-editor of Rome, Empire of Plunder: The Dynamics of Cultural Appropriation (Cambridge University Press, 2017), a collection of essays from philologists, historians, and archaeologists that examines Roman cultural appropriation as a hydra-headed phenomenon through which Rome made and remade itself, as a Republic and as an Empire, on Italian soil and abroad.
About the Moderator
Caroline Stark
Caroline Stark received a PhD in Classics and Renaissance Studies from Yale University and is Assistant Professor of Classics at Howard University. Her research interests include ancient cosmology, anthropology, ethnography, and the reception of classical antiquity in Medieval and Renaissance Europe and in Africa and the African Diaspora. She is co-editing A Companion to Latin Epic 14-96 CE for Wiley-Blackwell and has published numerous articles on the reception of classical antiquity in the literature and art of Medieval and Renaissance Europe and in African American literature and film.

Gnomon Bibliographische Datenbank

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Open Access Journal: Porphyra: International academic journal in Byzantine studies

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 First posted in AWOL 22 September 2011. Updated 8 February 2019]

Porphyra: International academic journal in Byzantine studies

ISSN: 2240-5240
WHAT IS PORPHYRA
Porphyra is the first Italian on-line magazine to focus exclusively on Byzantium.
Founded in 2003 by Nicola Bergamo, it is currently one of the many ways through which the
Associazione Culturale Bisanzio fosters and promotes Byzantine history, culture and civilization.
From March 2006 until December 2011 it has been directed by Matteo Broggini.
From January 2012 to present the director is Nicola Bergamo.
THE AIMS OF PORPHYRA 
Porphyra publishes and divulges articles and essays of high scientific value, always approved by
a committe of the most esteemed academic members worldwide. Master degree or PhD are the
criteria required to publish, along with thorough research, passion and method.
Our aim is to contribute to the transimission of an accurate knowledge and perception of what
Byzantine culture was, and of its connections with both, our past and our present. We also aim at
fostering the awareness of how much our culture has inherited from the Eastern Roman Empire.

Open Access Journal: THIASOS: Rivista di archeologia e architettura antica - Journal of archaeology and ancient architecture

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 [First posted in AWOL 20 September 2013, updated 8 February 2019]

THIASOS: Rivista di archeologia e architettura antica - Journal of archaeology and ancient architecture
ISSN: 2279-7297
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Thiasos è un’iniziativa editoriale on-line, collegata alla pubblicazione di volumi monografici, in formato digitale e cartaceo, per i tipi della Quasar Edizioni. Si tratta di un progetto volto a incrementare e migliorare il dialogo sui temi di ricerca delle culture antiche, nella consapevolezza della loro attualità.

La partecipazione si intende aperta a tutti coloro che intendono collaborare con contributi scientifici, proposte, informazioni, secondo gli schemi dell’implementazione libera e collettiva degli spazi della rete, da condividere non solo come fruitori. L’unico filtro ritenuto necessario è quello della qualità scientifica e dell’impegno, che vengono valutati dal comitato scientifico in prima istanza e poi da referee esterni, italiani e stranieri, sia per i testi a stampa che per quelli presentati on-line...

Thiasos is an on-line editorial initiative, connected to the publication of monographs, edited both in electronic and paper version, for Quasar Publisher. The project aims to increase and to improve the discussion concerning scientific research on ancient cultures, that are still nowadays a topical subject.

Participation is open to everyone wishing to contribute with scientific papers, proposals, information, in accordance with the free and collective implementation schemes of on-line spaces, to be used not only as beneficiaries. The sole participation criteria are scientific quality and commitment, that are evaluated firstly by the scientific committee and subsequently by external referees, Italian and foreign ones, with regard both to paper version and on-line version texts...
Vol. 7, 2018

• 7 – Articoli

M. Camera, Hippeis e ceramografi nella Sicilia arcaica tra ideologia aristocratica e linguaggio figurativo: analisi di una pisside stamnoide figurata dal deposito votivo di piazza San Francesco a Catania, pp. 3-18;
F. Mollo, Nuovi dati di età arcaica dai contesti abitativi indigeni di Tortora e Scalea: gli Enotri del Golfo di Policastro, pp. 19-60;
R. Sassu, Santuari panellenici: dalla competizione individuale all’autorappresentazione collettiva, pp. 61-81;
L. Radulova, La procedura di modifica dei trattati romani. Alcune osservazioni sui foedera aequa et foedera iniqua, pp. 83-97;
G. Gaia, Il mosaico cosiddetto di Anubi: un catalogo di animali esotici,  pp. 99-107;

• 7.2 – Supplementum III

Biblioteca virtuale
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è un repertorio di edizioni rare o di difficile reperimento, relativo alle tematiche della rivista.

Open Access Monograph Series: Britannia Monograph series

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Britannia Monograph series
Issue Title Sort Order Up Arrow Access Type Publication
Type
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Year Sort Order Both Arrows
Emma E Durham
Michael Fulford
2014
Ian M Stead
Valery Rigby
1986
Susan M Wright
Philip A Rahtz
Sue Hirst
2000
Peter A Yeoman
J Terry
Keith Speller
William S Hanson
2007
P J Leach
2001
Lynn F Pitts
J K St Joseph
1985
Jane R Timby
Michael Fulford
2000
Amanda Clarke
N Pankhurst
Emma E Durham
Michael Fulford
2018
Henry Owen-John
A G Marvell
1997
Martyn G Allen
Michael Fulford
Lisa Lodwick
Anna Rohnbogner
Tom Brindle
Alexander T Smith
2018
Hella Eckardt
Amanda Clarke
Michael Fulford
Edward Besly
Nina Crummy
2006
Geoffrey B Dannell
John Peter Wild
1987
Malcolm Todd
1989
Heather F James
2003
Lawrence J F Keppie
1998
David S Neal
1981
Mark Corney
Michael Fulford
1984
John Creighton
R Fry
2016
Amanda Clarke
Michael Fulford
2011
Clive Partridge
1981
Nina Crummy
D Shimmin
Philip Crummy
Valery Rigby
Stephen F Benfield
2007
John J Wilkes
Sheppard S Frere
1989
Edith Evans
2000
Rosalind Niblett
1999
Hilary E M Cool
2004
John Wacher
A P Fitzpatrick
Alastair Scott Anderson
2001
Martyn G Allen
Michael Fulford
Lisa Lodwick
Tom Brindle
Alexander T Smith
2017
Tom Brindle
Alexander T Smith
Martyn G Allen
Michael Fulford
2016
Michael Fulford
1989
Neil Holbrook
Michael Fulford
2015
Alan K Bowman
J David Thomas
1983
Roger Ling
Norman Davey
1982




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ምምሃረ፡ልሳነ፡ግዕዝ - MEMHĀRA LESĀNA GE'EZ: RESOURCES FOR LEARNING GE'EZ-- THE CLASSICAL LANGUAGE OF ETHIOPIA

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DICTA: Analytical tools for Hebrew texts

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DICTA: Analytical tools for Hebrew texts
Dicta applies cutting edge machine learning and natural language processing tools to the analysis of Hebrew texts.

Our objective is to remove the drudgery from the study of classical and modern Hebrew texts to allow researchers to focus on the deeper questions..

Dicta is a non-profit organization that provides its products at no charge for the benefit of the public.

INESS: Infrastructure for the Exploration of Syntax and Semantics

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INESS: Infrastructure for the Exploration of Syntax and Semantics
NESS is the Norwegian Infrastructure for the Exploration of Syntax and Semantics. This infrastructure provides access to treebanks,which are databases of syntactically and semantically annotated sentences.

INESS offers an open, interactive, language independent platform for building, accessing, searching and visualizing treebanks. All its functionality can be used online through a web browser.

INESS hosts treebanks for many languages, including treebanks which have been created by others. The INESS project is also building its own large treebank for Norwegian, NorGramBank, obtained by parsing automatically with an LFG grammar. Parts of NorGramBank have been efficiently manually disambiguated with the LFG Parsebanker, while the rest is stochastically disambiguated.

The XLE-Web interface can be used for interactive parsing and disambiguation with LFG grammars for various languages.

INESS is part of the CLARINO Bergen Centre.

How to cite INESS

If you use any INESS services in your research, for instance, to search or annotate treebanks, we request an acknowledgement to INESS, mentioning the webpage http://clarino.uib.no/iness and the following reference in your publications:

Victoria Rosén, Koenraad De Smedt, Paul Meurer, and Helge Dyvik. An open infrastructure for advanced treebanking. In Jan Hajič, Koenraad De Smedt, Marko Tadić, and António Branco (eds.) META-RESEARCH Workshop on Advanced Treebanking at LREC2012, pages 22–29, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2012.


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Travel Trails: Missions and Explorations in the Eastern Mediterranean,1500 -1830

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Travel Trails: Missions and Explorations in the Eastern Mediterranean,1500 -1830
In collaboration with the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation , the Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies, at Athens, is proud to present TravelTrails, an innovative database, which delves into travelers' accounts in the Eastern Mediterranean from the 16th century up to 1830. Although this project started many years ago, its current form is the outcome of Aliki Asvesta and Konstantinos Thanasakis' efforts to provide the audience with a unique resource.

  And see AWOL's round-up of Open Access Travel Literature

One off Journal Issues: "Displacement and the Humanities: Manifestos from the Ancient to the Present"

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Occasionally issues of journals where one might not normally think to look produce thematic issues of interest. Availability online makes them much more discoverable. A case in point:

Special Issue "Displacement and the Humanities: Manifestos from the Ancient to the Present"
A special issue of Humanities (ISSN 2076-0787).

Special Issue Editors

Guest Editor
Prof. Dr. Elena Isayev

Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Exeter, Amory Building, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4RJ, UKWebsite| E-Mail
Phone: 44 (0)1392 264200
Interests: human mobility and the constructions of place (2017); history through material remains; Lucania (2007); agency of the displaced; hospitality, asylum, refugeehood; ancient history and archaeology of pre-Imperial Italy; public and common space and architecture; inter-disciplinarity and inter-practice methodologies; ancient youth
Guest Editor
Mr. Evan Jewell

Department of Classical Studies, 826 Schermerhorn Hall, Columbia University, 1190 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10027, USAWebsite| E-MailInterests: age and ageing in the Roman empire; Roman youth; Cicero; Roman political and cultural history; non-elite urban identities; Roman imperialism; ancient and modern ideologies and historiography; ancient somatology; Roman villa culture

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,
Important and urgent studies on the subject of migration have increased substantially over the last decade in response to what has been termed the ‘migration crisis’. The issue is seemingly timeless, yet, the long term historical perspective shows just how ambivalent the category of migration is. What does it mean for human mobility to become a problem—a crisis? Usually the subject is addressed from either the perspective of the host or the home community, focusing on the impact of arrival or departure. Between these two points are those who are displaced, often for periods that last more than a generation—the current UN average duration of displacement is 25 years. For this reason we have chosen to focus on the critical issue of displacement. It is here broadly construed as both the involuntary movement of peoples from a place of belonging, whether due to forms of conflict, famine, persecution, or environmental disasters, and also the suspension of movement that leaves people existing without place. The more focused heuristic lens of displacement allows for cross-historical perspectives which do not risk conflating ‘migration’ with ‘refuge’ or ‘asylum’. It also allows for a discourse of place, space and territory—the shifting entities in relation to human belonging, statehood, mobility and control. It confronts the visibility and potency of displaced agency.
For this Special Issue, we therefore welcome contributions which seek to provoke a discourse within and beyond the field of Humanities, including the disciplines of Classics and Ancient History. Our intention is to create a dynamic collection using a dialogical platform with experts in the field, while ensuring a robust scholarly discourse. Hence, we have commissioned pieces of work from practitioners as catalysts, for each contributor to reflect on and engage with in preparing the paper. A scholar who uses a different approach will then be asked to respond to a paper. Through the stimulus by catalysts and respondents, the intention is to create dialogue across practices, disciplines and temporalities: from catalyst—to paper—to response. In so doing, we hope that it provokes future work—hence manifestos—not only in the historical and literary fields, but wider research and practice concerned with migration and refugeehood.
We particularly invite paper contributions which, at a theoretical and/or methodological level, aim to: remap the priorities for current research agendas; open up disciplines and critically analyse their approaches; address the socio-political responsibilities that we have as scholars and practitioners; provide an alternative site of discourse for contemporary concerns; and lastly, stimulate future interdisciplinary work and collaborations beyond the academy.
We invite submissions that treat the following thematic areas:
Volatile Concepts
  • How exceptional is the nature of mobility/displacement in the contemporary age?
  • When does mobility, or immobility, become part of the repertoire of virtue—a positive attribute?
  • Permanent transience and de-placement—still a ‘state of exception’?
Tangible Creations
  • Spaces of suspension: the city, the camp, detention centres and sanctuaries.
  • Materialities of displacement: objects, bodies, settlements, and traces.
  • The power, agency, innovation of those who are displaced.
  • Between hospitality and asylum—suppliant and guest.
Critical Approaches
  • Opportunities and dangers of comparative history in the context of displacement.
  • From representation to challenge: narratives of displacement in images and words.
  • Re-humanising the demography of displacement: people beyond numbers.
  • Responsibilities as scholars, and educators of the decision makers of the future.
Prof. Dr. Elena Isayev
Mr. Evan Jewell
Guest Editors

Research

Dalmatians and Dacians—Forms of Belonging and Displacement in the Roman Empire
Humanities2019, 8(1), 1; https://doi.org/10.3390/h8010001
Received: 22 June 2018 / Revised: 21 November 2018 / Accepted: 21 November 2018 / Published: 24 December 2018
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Inspired by the catalyst papers, this essay traces the impact of displacement on existing and emerging identities of groups and individuals which were relocated to ‘frontier’ areas in the aftermath of conflict and conquest by Rome during the reign of emperor Trajan. The
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The Agency of the Displaced? Roman Expansion, Environmental Forces, and the Occupation of Marginal Landscapes in Ancient Italy
Humanities2018, 7(4), 116; https://doi.org/10.3390/h7040116
Received: 1 February 2018 / Revised: 4 September 2018 / Accepted: 16 October 2018 / Published: 12 November 2018
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This article approaches the agency of displaced people through material evidence from the distant past. It seeks to construct a narrative of displacement where the key players include human as well as non-human agents—namely, the environment into which people move, and the socio-political
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Recognizing the Delians Displaced after 167/6 BCE
Humanities2018, 7(4), 91; https://doi.org/10.3390/h7040091
Received: 13 August 2018 / Revised: 28 August 2018 / Accepted: 7 September 2018 / Published: 20 September 2018
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In 167/6 BCE, the Roman senate granted a request from Athens to control the island of Delos. Subsequently, the Delians inhabiting the island were mandated to leave and an Athenian community was installed. Polybius, who records these events, tells us that the Delians
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It’s in the Water: Byzantine Borderlands and the Village War
Humanities2018, 7(3), 86; https://doi.org/10.3390/h7030086
Received: 6 August 2018 / Accepted: 14 August 2018 / Published: 27 August 2018
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This essay examines Byzantine military manuals created between the sixth to the tenth centuries for what they can reveal about Byzantine imperial attitudes toward the landscapes of war and those who inhabit them. Of foremost concern in these sources is the maintenance of
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Citizenship as Barrier and Opportunity for Ancient Greek and Modern Refugees
Humanities2018, 7(3), 72; https://doi.org/10.3390/h7030072
Received: 24 May 2018 / Accepted: 21 June 2018 / Published: 19 July 2018
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Some dominant traditions in Refugee Studies have stressed the barrier which state citizenship presents to the displaced. Some have condemned citizenship altogether as a mechanism and ideology for excluding the weak (G. Agamben). Others have seen citizenship as an acute problem for displaced
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Sharing Histories: Teaching and Learning from Displaced Youth in Greece
Humanities2018, 7(2), 53; https://doi.org/10.3390/h7020053
Received: 18 April 2018 / Revised: 13 May 2018 / Accepted: 21 May 2018 / Published: 25 May 2018
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This paper reflects upon my experiences teaching and learning from displaced youth in Greece over a period of eight months in 2017. Following a brief examination of the current challenges in accessing formal education, I examine non-formal education initiatives, summarizing my work with
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Learning from Past Displacements?1 The History of Migrations between Historical Specificity, Presentism and Fractured Continuities
Humanities2018, 7(2), 36; https://doi.org/10.3390/h7020036
Received: 5 March 2018 / Revised: 23 March 2018 / Accepted: 10 April 2018 / Published: 13 April 2018
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Reading Derrida in Tehran: Between an Open Door and an Empty Sofreh
Humanities2018, 7(1), 21; https://doi.org/10.3390/h7010021
Received: 1 February 2018 / Revised: 23 February 2018 / Accepted: 26 February 2018 / Published: 2 March 2018
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We can only begin to grasp hospitality as we enact it and yet, in the moment of enactment, hospitality eludes us. In this paper I look at the enactment of hospitality in the relationship between Iranian citizen-hosts and Afghan refugee-guests in the Islamic
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A Narrative of Resistance: A Brief History of the Dandara Community, Brazil
Humanities2017, 6(3), 70; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030070
Received: 7 July 2017 / Accepted: 18 August 2017 / Published: 5 September 2017
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This paper presents a brief report on the history of the Dandara Occupation, in the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Through a general panorama of the strategies and resistance of the residents and movements involved; this paper shows the importance of the occupied
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Private Citizenship: Real Estate Practice in Palestine
Humanities2017, 6(3), 68; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030068
Received: 7 July 2017 / Accepted: 15 August 2017 / Published: 31 August 2017
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What is the function of the new towns and real estate developments in Palestine?[...] Full article
Refugee Heritage. Part III Justification for Inscription
Humanities2017, 6(3), 66; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030066
Received: 7 July 2017 / Accepted: 3 August 2017 / Published: 29 August 2017
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In order to inscribe a site in the World Heritage list, the property should have outstanding universal values, defined as “cultural and/or natural significance which is so exceptional as to transcend national boundaries and to be of common importance for present and future
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On the Slab, Our Architecture under Construction
Humanities2017, 6(3), 62; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030062
Received: 19 July 2017 / Accepted: 7 August 2017 / Published: 17 August 2017
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The 1950s and 60s was marked by the developmentalism, industrialization, and modernization of peripheral capitalism of Brazil and by the demographic explosion and unprecedented urban expansion in the country. Throughout these decades, São Paulo became the political, cultural, and economic epicenter of Brazil,
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Uncovering Culture and Identity in Refugee Camps
Humanities2017, 6(3), 61; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030061
Received: 7 July 2017 / Accepted: 7 August 2017 / Published: 16 August 2017
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Refugee camps, especially in their emergency phases, are places where everything seems to be similar, repetitive, and modular. This impression is not only due to the unified shelter unit that is usually distributed by UNHCR1 (traditionally a tent, and recently caravans, prefabs, and
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‘Space of Refuge’: Negotiating Space with Refugees Inside the Palestinian Camp
Humanities2017, 6(3), 60; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030060
Received: 7 July 2017 / Accepted: 20 July 2017 / Published: 16 August 2017
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‘Space of Refuge’ is a spatial installation directly addressing issues of inhabitation within Palestinian refugee camps in different host countries. It does so by illustrating the various modes of spatial production and subsequent evolution of Palestinian refugee camps, with particular focus upon unofficial
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Collaborations on the Edge
Humanities2017, 6(3), 59; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030059
Received: 7 July 2017 / Revised: 27 July 2017 / Accepted: 27 July 2017 / Published: 7 August 2017
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Since 2005 I have been working with mobile communities in the cities of Berlin, Germany and Johannesburg, South Africa.[...] Full article
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Quantum Notes on Classic Places
Humanities2017, 6(3), 54; https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030054
Received: 7 July 2017 / Accepted: 21 July 2017 / Published: 31 July 2017
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I would like to sing about an unstable, yet constant force that stresses and pushes imagination. It makes cultural and social transformations a process to experience in person. [...] Full article
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Open Access Journal: Revue des Sciences Religieuses

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[First posted in AWOL 10 May 2012, updated 11 February 2019]

Revue des Sciences Religieuses
Electronic ISSN: 2259-0285
La Revue des Sciences Religieuses est une publication scientifique, rédigée et publiée par les enseignants-chercheurs de la Faculté de théologie catholique de Strasbourg mais ouverte à tous les chercheurs. La revue aborde tous les champs disciplinaires de la théologie, du droit canonique et des sciences religieuses : l’exégèse, l’histoire, la théologie fondamentale et dogmatique, la pastorale et la pratique, l’éthique, la philosophie, les études œcuméniques. 
La revue propose chaque année quatre numéros, dont deux thématiques, et comporte un nombre significatif de recensions. Les articles envoyés à la revue sont soumis à un Comité de lecture.

Open Access Journal: Hypnos: Revista do Centro de Estudos da Antiguidade

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[First posted in AWOL 15 April 2011. Updated 11 February 2019 (new URLs)]

Hypnos: Revista do Centro de Estudos da Antiguidade
ISSN: 2177-5346
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A Hypnos é, qualitativa e quantitativamente, uma revista de Filosofia Greco-romana. Busca ampliar, também, o diálogo com outros saberes da Antiguidade Clássica, hoje bem delineados em nossas Universidades: Literatura Clássica, História Greco-romana, História das Religiões, Línguas Clássicas etc. Acreditamos que a cultura Greco-romana deve ser assumida pelos estudiosos em Filosofia com o máximo de abrangência. A Editoria persegue esse objetivo e procurará publicar, sempre que possível, não só os textos sobre Filosofia Greco-romana mas as pesquisas literárias, linguísticas, históricas, psicológicas, antropológicas e outras condizentes com esse período histórico. A extensão da cultura grega e romana antigas faz com que as atuais divisões acadêmicas sejam uma necessidade, mas não uma regra que venha a limitar o investigador, filósofo ou não. Por isso, a Hypnos apresenta largos limites para a recepção desses estudos. Basicamente, esta revista é um veículo de auxílio para a interação dos estudos Greco-romanos brasileiros e não brasileiros.

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n. 40 (2018)

Capa: Pintura grega arcaica (550-520 AC)

2017

n. 39 (2017)

Capa: Imagem: Joia do Império Bizantino

n. 38 (2017)

Capa: Imagem: escultura greco-romana do deus Sileno

2016

n. 37 (2016)

Capa: Imagem: Máscaras – Teatros Grego e Romano

n. 36 (2016)

Capa: Bacchus - Mosaico Romano - Cherchell Museum (Algérie)

2015

n. 35 (2015)

Capa: Deusa Deméter (Ceres romana)

2014

n. 33 (2014)

Capa: Arte cretense

n. 32 (2014): Estudos sobre Ética

Capa: Vidreiros da Antiguidade

2013

n. 31 (2013): Ângulos do conhecimento

Capa: Giuseppe Antonio Petrini, S. Girolamo, 1725-35, Narodni galeriji, Lubiana

















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Open Access Journal: Keria: Studia Latina et Graeca

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[First posted in AWOL 27 January 2017, updated 11 February 2019]

Keria: Studia Latina et Graeca
Print ISSN: 1580-0261
Online ISSN: 2350-4234
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Keria (Greek for ‘honeycomb’) was founded by the Slovenian Society for Classical and Humanistic Studies in 1999. As a national journal for all fields of Greek and Latin studies, it is committed to fostering dialogue between scholarship, teaching, and other areas of culture. It is issued twice a year and it welcomes research articles, translations, pedagogical contributions, literary essays, book reviews, and other submissions relevant to the study of classical antiquity and its reception, Latin and Byzantine Middle Ages, Latin humanism, and Modern Greek language and culture.
  • Vol 20 No 3 (2018)
    This volume explores the topic of Classics and Communism in Theatre, offering a foretaste of a book to be published by the end of the year. It begins with a case study from regions beyond Soviet Europe, to give prominence to the research less frequently treated by scholars studying communism.