Monday, March 2, 2015

Open Access Journal: Σχολή: Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition : A Journal of the Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition

[First posted in AWOL 26 August 2013, updated 2 March 2015]

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Σχολή. Философское антиковедение и классическая традиция: Журнал Центра изучения древней философии и классической традиции -- Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition : A Journal of the Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition
ISSN: 1995-4336 (Online)
ISSN: 1995-4328 (Print)
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Volume I (2007)
 
Issue 1
 
Issue 2
 
 
Volume II (2008)
 
Issue 1
 
Issue 2
 
 
Volume III (2009)
 
Issue 1
The Neopytagoreans
 
 
Issue 2
 
 
Volume IV (2010)
 
Issue 1
History and Philosophy of Law
 
Issue 2
Iamblichus of Chalcis
 
 
Volume V (2011)
 
Issue 1
 
Issue 2
Cosmology and Astronomy
 
 
Volume VI (2012)
 
Issue 1
Ancient Music
 
Issue 2
Ancient Psychology
 
Volume VII (2013)
 
Issue 1
Kosmos and Psyche
 
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Volume VIII (2014)
 
Issue 1
The Platonic Tradition
 
Issue 2
Choice. Law. Power. Argument
 
Volume IX (2015)
 
Issue 1
The Natural and Human Sciences in Antiquity
 

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Open Access Journal: Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt

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Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt
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Das Archäologische Korrespondenzblatt, das vom Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseum herausgegeben wird, erscheint vierteljährlich und informiert die Fachwelt in kurzen Beiträgen über neue Ergebnisse der archäologischen Forschung. Es versteht sich als aktuelle wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift zu Themen der vor- und frühgeschichtlichen sowie provinzialrömischen Archäologie und ihrer Nachbarwissenschaften in Europa. Neben der Forschungsdiskussion finden hier Neufunde und kurze Analysen von überregionalem Interesse ihren Platz.
Der Umfang der Artikel beträgt bis zu 20 Druckseiten; Beiträge auf Englisch und Französisch werden ebenfalls angenommen.

Unabhängige Redaktoren begutachten die eingereichten Artikel (peer review).

Das Archäologische Korrespondenzblatt wird zukünftig zeitverzögert mit einem Jahrgang Abstand über die Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg digital erscheinen.

Alle Zeitschriftenbeiträge erhalten einen digitalen Objektbezeichner (Digital Object Identifier, doi), der das Zitieren und Verlinken der Artikel vereinfacht. Das Hosting für das Archäologische Korrespondenzblatt  online übernimmt die Universität Heidelberg, die Kooperationspartner in diesem Projekt ist und die Langzeitarchivierung der Beiträge garantiert.


New Open Access Journal: Commentaria Classica: Studi di filologia greca e latina

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Commentaria Classica: Studi di filologia greca e latina
ISSN: 2283-5652
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Ecco il primo numero di Commentaria Classica. Studi di filologia greca e latina. Il campo di indagine della serie è rappresentato dai testi greci e latini dall’età arcaica fino all’umanesimo. L’approccio è prevalentemente filologico e critico-testuale e, naturalmente, può essere dato ampio spazio anche alla storia degli studi classici.
Commentaria Classica si avvale di un qualificato comitato scientifico internazionale e mette in atto un’attenta selezione del materiale sottoposto per la pubblicazione mediante il sistema di peer review anonimo.
La serie è diffusa esclusivamente online (in formato .pdf).
Le lingue accettate per la pubblicazione sono l'italiano, l'inglese, il francese, il tedesco, lo spagnolo e il latino.
Trovate le norme editoriali da seguire in un’apposita sezione nella pagina principale.
Chi fosse interessato alla pubblicazione può inviare il proprio contributo in formato .doc o .docx all'indirizzo commentaria.classica@gmail.com
Vol 1- 2014
  1. [7]
  2. Studi
  3. [11-21]
  4. [ 23-37]
  5. [39-53]
  6. [55-75]
  7. [77-107]
  8. [109-117]
  9. Note di lettura
  10. [121-125]

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Open Access Journal: Prosopon: The journal of Prosopography

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Prosopon: The journal of Prosopography

Prosopon has been published in newsletter format by the Unit of Prosopographical Research since 1994. With the foundation of the Prosopography Centre at the Modern History Research Unit Prosopon has transformed into bi-annual scholarly Journal.

The purpose of Prosopon is to disseminate information about current research into subjects relevant to mediaeval prosopography. As such its contents include: descriptions of major ongoing research projects concerned with any aspect of prosopography; short notices of forthcoming publications (editions of primary sources as well as secondary works) of a prosopographical interest; a forum for contact between scholars whose research has a prosopographical element. Contributions with prosopographical implications concerned with the auxiliary disciplines such as onomastics, genealogy, biography, and computing are also welcome.


Newly Open Access Journal: Ephemeris: The Classical Journal of Denison University

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Ephemeris: The Classical Journal of Denison University
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Ephemeris, the Classical Journal of Denison University, is published once a year and seeks to offer an opportunity for those interested in classical studies to publish their work in an undergraduate forum. It promotes the coming together of history, literature, philosophy, religion, art, architecture and creative works inspired by the classics.

Ephemeris was originally published between 2002-2004 and has now been revived in a fully on-line format. We accept submission from any undergraduate institution and look forward to a future of engaging with both traditional scholarly submissions and those made using the increasingly creative technologies provided by the on-line environment.

Current Issue

Table of Contents
ARTICLES
Oath Making and Breaking in Euripides’ Medea
Karyn Greene, Denison University
Shakespeare and Ovid
Paul Filippelli, Ohio State University
Channeling Tradition and Self: An Examination of the Allusivity and Originality of Theognidean Verse
Paul Bisagni, Kenyon College
POEMS & TRANSLATIONS Catullus 51
Rachel Mazzara, University of North Carolina
Phoebus
Dalton Tracey, Muskingum University
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Open Access Journal: Metropolitan Museum Journal

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Metropolitan Museum Journal
P-ISSN: 0077-8958
E-ISSN: 2169-3072
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The Metropolitan Museum Journal is an annual publication that serves as a forum for the latest scholarly findings about works of art, chiefly in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum, and topics related to them.
 Recent Content Includes:

"Redeeming Pieter Coecke van Aelst’s Gluttony Tapestry: Learning from Scientific Analysis": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Carò, Federico, Giulia Chiostrini , Elizabeth Cleland, and Nobuko Shibayama (2014)

"Another Brother for Goya’s “Red Boy”: Agustín Esteve’s Portrait of Francisco Xavier Osorio, Conde de Trastámara": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Salomon, Xavier (2014)

"A New Analysis of Major Greek Sculptures in the Metropolitan Museum: Petrological and Stylistic": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Lazzarini, Lorenzo and Clemente Marconi (2014)

"Nature as Ideal: Drawings by Joseph Anton Koch and Johann Christian Reinhart": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Reiter, Cornelia (2014)

"Trade Stories: Chinese Export Embroideries in the Metropolitan Museum": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Yoshida, Masako (2014)

"Honoré de Balzac and Natoire’s The Expulsion from Paradise": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Santoleri, Carol (2014)

"Hellenistic Etruscan Cremation Urns from Chiusi": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Huntsman, Theresa (2014)

"A Buddhist Source for a Stoneware “Basket” Designed by Georges Hoentschel": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Leidy, Denise Patry (2014)

"The Treatment of Tullio Lombardo’s Adam: A New Approach to the Conservation of Monumental Marble Sculpture": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Riccardelli, Carolyn, Jack Soultanian, Michael Morris, Lawrence Becker, George Wheeler, and Ronald Street (2014)

"Adam by Tullio Lombardo": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Syson, Luke and Valeria Cafá (2014)

"Ancient Sources for Tullio Lombardo’s Adam": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014) Cafá, Valeria (2014)

"A Greek Inscription in a Portrait by Salvator Rosa": Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 49 (2014)
Zellmann-Rohrer, Michael
(2014)


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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Oriental Institute News: Smart Tabs Enabled for Online Collection Search

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Smart Tabs Enabled for Online Collection Search
February 28, 2015
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The online Collections Search has been updated with a smart tab feature to improve efficiency and user experience. Users will no longer find a search all tab after queries. Only tabs with results will be displayed and tabs without results will be hidden. Further, facet tools on the right side of the page will now always be visible following a query. Another new feature is the ability to search all the collections for items with multimedia. Over 50,000 multimedia images are available between the Research Archives, Museum Archives, and Photo Archives collections.