Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Journal of Ancient Near Eastern History

Journal of Ancient Near Eastern History
The first issue of de Greuyter's new journal edited by Steven Garfinkle and Marc Van De Mieroop is (at least for now) available without charge:
The Journal of Ancient Near Eastern History seeks to encourage and stimulate the study of the history of the ancient Near East, which is broadly defined to include areas from Iran to the western Anatolian coast and the Black Sea to Southern Arabia from its prehistoric foundations to the Late Antique period. The journal is also interested in interactions with other regions and cultures, such as Ancient Egypt, the Mediterranean World, the Indian Ocean and Central Asia. Articles may focus on any aspect of history (political, social, economic, cultural, intellectual, etc.) and of modern historiography. The journal seeks to integrate the study of the ancient Near East firmly in the historical discipline in general and encourages its authors to take into account current methodological debates and approaches.

Volume 1, Issue 1 (Feb 2014)


Page i
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Editorial Introduction to JANEH

Page 1
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Chasing Down the Mundane: The Near East with Social Historical Interest

Fleming, Daniel E.
Page 5
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Intellectual History and Assyriology

Veldhuis, Niek
Page 21
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The History of Science and Ancient Mesopotamia

Rochberg, Francesca
Page 37
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Mesopotamian Political History: The Perversities

Richardson, Seth
Page 61
Published Online: 02/14/2014

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