Wednesday, September 30, 2020

The Digital Classicist Wiki: Epigraphy

The Digital Classicist Wiki: Epigraphy
This category collects together projects, corpora, tools, and other resources for the study of ancient epigraphy, texts incised or engraved on ancient monuments on stone or other durable materials
(This list was partly created based on a dump of the old ASGLE link database originally collected by Tom Elliott between 1998-2005.)

Pages in category ‘Epigraphy’

The following 164 pages are in this category, out of 164 total.

Myth, Religion, Tradition, and Narrative in Late Antique Greek Poetry

Myth, Religion, Tradition, and Narrative in Late Antique Greek Poetry
Nicole Kröll
Der Band zeigt die vielfältigen Themen griechischer Dichtung in der Spätantike. In den Werken des Nonnos von Panopolis und in der „Ekphrasis“ des Johannes von Gaza wirken heidnische und christliche Themen zusammen, die Dichtungen des Georgios Pisides werden vor dem Hintergrund spätantiker Philosophie gelesen und die Autobiographien Gregors von Nazianz als literarische Ausdrucksformen. Analysiert werden die ekphrastischen Erzähltechniken bei Quintus Smyrnaeus und die Figurenkomposition bei Kollouthos, zudem wird Lykophron als Quelle für die „Dionysiaka“ des Nonnos beleuchtet. Gestalten der Mythologie begegnen sich ebenso wie Zyklopen und Elefanten, und spätantike Epigrammatik wird im kulturellen und literarischen Umfeld der Zeit kontextualisiert.

The volume shows the manifold themes of Greek poetry in Late Antiquity. Pagan and Christian concepts merge in the works of Nonnus of Panopolis and in the “Ekphrasis” of John of Gaza, the poems of George of Pisidia are read against the background of late antique philosophy and the autobiographies of Gregory of Nazianzus as literary forms of expression. The ekphrastic narrative techniques of Quintus Smyrnaeus and the composition of characters in Colluthus are analyzed, and Lycophron is proved as another source of Nonnus’ “Dionysiaka”. The contributions also deal with mythological characters, cyclopes and elephants, and late antique epigrammatic poetry is contextualized in the cultural and literary environment of the time.
ISBN 978-3-7001-8584-0
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8814-8
Online Edition

Wiener Studien - Beihefte 41 
2020  240 Seiten, 22,5x15cm, broschiert, deutsch
€  49,50  
Nicole KRÖLL
ist Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und Neulatein an der Universität Wien

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Formation, Organisation and Development of Iron Age Societies. A Comparative View: Proceedings of the Workshop held at 10th ICAANE in Vienna, April 2016

Formation, Organisation and Development of Iron Age Societies. A Comparative View: Proceedings of the Workshop held at 10th ICAANE in Vienna, April 2016
Alexander E. SOLLEE (Ed.)
The papers that have been assembled in this volume, which arose from a workshop held at the 10th ICAANE in Vienna in 2016, represent case studies that investigate processes related to the formation, organisation and further development of societies that emerged after the collapse of the large territorial states of the Late Bronze Age by re-evaluating established opinions in the light of more recent discoveries and studies. The contributions cover a wide regional, thematic and methodological scope and highlight the great range of cultural aspects affected by the formation and development of Iron Age societies.

Die in diesem Band, der aus einem im Rahmen der 10. ICAANE in Wien im April 2016 abgehaltenen Workshop entstand, zusammengestellten Fallstudien untersuchen Formationsprozesse, Organisationsformen und die weitere Entwicklung von Gesellschaften, die sich nach dem Zusammenbruch der großen Territorialstaaten der Spätbronzezeit im Vorderen Orient gebildet hatten, indem sie etablierte Sichtweisen im Lichte neuer Entdeckungen und Studien kritisch bewerten. Die Beiträge decken ein großes geografisches, thematisches und methodologisches Feld ab und heben die große Breite kultureller Aspekte hervor, auf die sich die Entstehung und Entwicklung eisenzeitlicher Gesellschaften auswirkte.
ISBN 978-3-7001-8401-0
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8799-8
Online Edition

OREA 15 
2020,  206 Seiten mit zahlr. Farb- und s/w-Abb.29,7x21cm, gebunden, englisch
€  119,–   


Alexander E. SOLLEE
is a former assistant professor of the Institute for Archaeological Sciences of the University of Bern.

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Österreich: Innsbruck, Sammlungen der Universität Innsbruck und Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum Band 1: Attisch rotfigurige Keramik

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Österreich: Innsbruck, Sammlungen der Universität Innsbruck und Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum Band 1: Attisch rotfigurige Keramik
Gertrud NACHBAUR (Bearb.)
The aim of the project P23041-G02 was the documentation and scientific examination of the attic red-figure collection of the University of Innsbruck, two vases and a vase-fragment loans from the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum and two vases from a private collection. A particular interest were the joins and ‘disiecta membra’ between Innsbruck fragments and others in Bryn Mawr and Leipzig. Apart from these assignments new attributions could be made to Apollodoros, Brygos-Painter, Duris, Penthesilea-Painter, Curtius-Painter, Bowdoin-Painter and Jena-Painter. A photographical and a graphical documentation of the painters preliminary sketches was done.

Ziel des Projekts P23041-G02 war die Dokumentation und wissenschaftliche Analyse der attisch rotfigurigen Vasen der Sammlung der Universität Innsbruck, von zwei Gefäßen und einem Vasenfragment, Leihgaben des Tiroler Landesmuseums Ferdinandeum, und zwei Gefäßen aus einer Privatsammlung. Von besonderem Interesse waren die Anpassungen und ‘disiecta membra‘ von Innsbrucker Fragmenten und solchen aus Bryn Mawr und Leipzig. Darüberhinaus wurden Neuzuweisungen an Apollodoros, den Brygos-Maler, Duris, Penthesilea-Maler, Curtius-Maler, Bowdoim-Maler und Jena-Maler dokumentiert. Die Vorzeichnungen der Maler sind grafisch und fotografisch dokumentiert.
ISBN 978-3-7001-8576-5
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8780-6
Online Edition

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum 8 
2020, 
Gertrud Nachbaur
ist freie Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Archäologie der Universität Innsbruck

The Ancient Throne. The Mediterranean, Near East, and Beyond, from the 3rd Millennium BCE to the 14th Century CE: Proceedings of the Workshop held at the 10th ICAANE in Vienna, April 2016

The Ancient Throne. The Mediterranean, Near East, and Beyond, from the 3rd Millennium BCE to the 14th Century CE: Proceedings of the Workshop held at the 10th ICAANE in Vienna, April 2016 
Liat NAEH - Dana BROSTOWSKY GILBOA (Eds.)

The volume features studies focusing on specific thrones known from historical texts, artistic depictions or excavations, or that offer an overview of the role of thrones from as early as ancient Mesopotamia in the 3rd millennium BCE to as late as Iran and China in the 14th century CE. Its diverse articles all present thrones as a meaningful category of material culture, one that may inspire both inter-cultural and intra-cultural insights on how types of chairs may embody or induce notions of kingship and a range of concepts pertaining to the religious, ideological, and social spheres.

Der Band enthält Studien, die sich auf bestimmte Throne konzentrieren, die aus historischen Texten, künstlerischen Darstellungen oder Ausgrabungen bekannt sind. Sie bieten einen Überblick über die Rolle von Thronen vom alten Mesopotamien im 3. Jtd v. Chr. bis hin zum Iran und China im 14. Jhd. n. Chr. Die Beiträge stellen Throne als eine bedeutungsvolle Form materieller Kultur vor, die sowohl inter- als auch intrakulturelle Einblicke liefert, wie Stuhltypen Vorstellungen von Königtum und eine Reihe von Konzepten im religiösen, ideologischen und sozialen Bereich verkörpern.
ISBN 978-3-7001-8556-7
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8802-5
Online Edition

OREA 14 
2020,  216 Seiten mit zahlr. Farb- und s/w-Abb.29,7x21cm, gebunden, englisch
€  120,–   

The digital Periegesis: Tracing the places of ancient Greece and the stories associated with them

The digital Periegesis: Tracing the places of ancient Greece and the stories associated with them
The Periegesis Hellados is the title of a work by a certain Pausanias of Magnesia, who was writing in the second century CE/AD. Known in English as the Description of Greece, the term periegesis derives from the verb periēgeisthai, “to lead or show around”. It is this double sense of movement (through space) and description (of place) that we wish to explore in this digital periegesis. Read more

The research project is hosted by Humlab at Umeå University. Humlab is a unit and a research infrastructure at the Faculty of Arts. The team consists of three researchers currently located at Umeå and Uppsala University, Sweden, and Open University, Great Britain. Read more about the research team.

Monday, September 28, 2020

Temporary Open Access to the Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB) extended to the end of 2020

Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB; oeb.griffith.ox.ac.uk) - free access

The Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB) is now mounted on a new
server system. The web address (http://oeb.griffith.ox.ac.uk/) remains
the same. Users are encouraged to report any problems they may encounter.

During the COVID-19 crisis OEB is being made freely available. Please
login with 'guest' as the user name and 'temporary' as the password.


e-Ktobe: Manuscrits Syriaques

[First posted in AWOL 27 August 2012, updated 28 September 2020 (new URL)]

e-Ktobe: Manuscrits Syriaques
Avertissement : La base de donnée e-ktobe anciennement hébergée sur le portail d’e-corpus, est actuellement en cours de migration vers une nouvelle base développée par l’IRHT-CNRS. L’interface est encore en phase de développement.

E-ktobe est une base de données sur les manuscrits syriaques visant à rassembler des informations sur les textes, les aspects matériels (matière, composition des cahiers, reliure, écriture, etc.), les colophons mais aussi les notes de ces manuscrits. E-ktobe brasse ainsi de nombreuses informations sur les personnes (copistes, commanditaires, restaurateurs etc...), les lieux et les dates en lien avec la confection des manuscrits syriaques.
Les notices ont été saisies à partir des descriptions fournies par les catalogues édités ; elles sont autant que possible complétées par un examen direct des manuscrits. En aucun cas, les notices de e-ktobe ne dispensent l'utilisateur d'un retour au catalogue et au manuscrit lui-même.
Née sur l’initiative d'André Binggeli (IRHT-CNRS), Françoise Briquel-Chatonnet (Orient et Méditerranée-CNRS), Muriel Debié (EPHE) et Alain Desreumaux (Orient et Méditerranée-CNRS) dans le cadre du programme SYRAB de l'ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche), la base e-ktobe est actuellement placée sous la responsabilité scientifique d’André Binggeli et Emilie Villey (Orient et Méditerranée-CNRS).
Liste des collaborateurs contribuant ou ayant contribué à l’alimentation de la base : Youssef Dergham (Bibliothèque du patriarcat syro-catholique de Charfet), Margherita Farina (CNRS, Paris), Simone I. M. Pratelli (U. de Constance), Flavia Ruani (U. de Gand) et Eleonora Serra (U. de Pise).
Ce portail est ouvert à des projets multiples et aux collaborations. Pour toute question, et en particulier pour proposer une collaboration, contacter André Binggeli ou Emilie Villey (emilie.villey@cnrs.fr).
L’ensemble du site et des interfaces a été développé par Cyril Masset dans le cadre du projet ANR i-stamboul, en collaboration avec Matthieu Cassin et André Binggeli.

The Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art

 [First posted in AWOL 11 August 2017. updated 28 September 2020]

The Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art
The Center for Jewish Art (CJA) is a research institute at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, devoted to the documentation and research of Jewish visual culture. Established in 1979, it documented and researched objects of Jewish art in ca. 800 museums, libraries, private collections and synagogues in 41 countries. Today, the Center's archives and collections constitute the largest and most comprehensive body of information on Jewish art in existence. The CJA’s research and documentation is included in the Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art.
The Center for Jewish Art at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem was established in 1979 by Professor Bezalel Narkiss, Israel Prize laureate, with an aim to document objects of Jewish art and produce a comprehensive iconographical index of Jewish subjects. The Center was an outcome of Narkiss’s iconographical research of medieval Hebrew illuminated manuscripts, which he initiated with Professor Gabrielle Sed-Rajna in 1974. The Index initially consisted of four sections: a Section of Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts, of Sacred and Ritual Objects, of Ancient Jewish Art, and of Modern Jewish Art.
Professor Bezalel Narkiss headed the CJA until 1991. The next director, Professor Aliza Cohen-Mushlin, established a fifth section for Jewish Ritual Architecture and Funerary Art. Under her leadership the CJA undertook many research expeditions to post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe, in order to measure endangered synagogues and tombstones in regions, which were previously inaccessible to western scholars. In addition, from 1994 CJA documented those synagogues in Germany which survived the Nazi regime and were not demolished in Kristallnacht. The documentation projects in Germany were done in cooperation with the Department of Architectural History at the Technical University in Braunschweig, headed by Professor Harmen H. Thies. In 1997 this cooperation was institutionalized as Bet Tfila Research Unit for Jewish Architecture in Europe.

The Index of Jewish Art
Jewish Architecture
150990 images 9958 objects
Modern Jewish Art
3018 images 2241 objects
Ancient Jewish Art
3357 images 1449 objects
Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts
15096 images 685 objects
Sacred and Ritual Objects
83820 images 14954 objects
Jewish Funerary Art
55002 images 1893 objects
Jewish printed books
8607 images 1422 objects
Comparative Material & Miscellaneous
10714 images 1589 objects


Sunday, September 27, 2020

Datenbank Prosopographia Aegypti

Datenbank Prosopographia Aegypti
Namendatenbank
Prosopographia Aegypti von Jochen Hallof (1998) ( = H. Ranke, Die ägyptischen Personennamen (1935-1952)) sowie Addenda et Corrigenda von M. Thirion dazu nach dem Index von B. Backes und G. Dresbach (2007), vorbereitet von Erhart Graefe 2020
Für die Anzeige von Hieroglyphen wird das OpenAccess Programm JSesh 7.4.2 benutzt. Es muss vom Nutzer selbst installiert und von Fall zu Fall aufgerufen werden:
JSesh is a free hieroglyph editor, written by S. Rosmorduc (Download)
Die Datenbank ist eine MYSQL-Datenbank, die durch ein System von PHP-Skripten bequem zugänglich gemacht wird. Die Daten beruhen auf einem Projekt von J. Hallof (siehe Hallof, J., Das Projekt Prosopographia Aegypti, in OLA 82, Leuven 1998, 523-531), dessen Daten er freundlicherweise an EG weitergegeben hat. Quelle des Index: https://www.britishmuseum.org/research/publications/bmsaes/issue_8/backesdresbach.aspx.
Allen drei Autoren danke ich für ihr Einverständnis, ihre Daten weiterzuverarbeiten.  

Saturday, September 26, 2020

Open Access Journal: Revista Internacional de Derecho Romano

[First posted in AWOL 24 September 2010. Updated 26 September 2020 2018]

Revista Internacional de Derecho Romano
ISSN: 1989-1970
OBJECTIVES

The International Review of Roman Law, created under the auspices of the Ibero-American Association of Roman Law and of the University of Castilla-La Mancha, is focused on accepting research within the ambit of the Roman Law, Romanistic Tradition and Historical-Juridical Sciences, and difussing its results. The aim of Ridrom is to overcome all geographical frontiers and it is open to all like-minded individuals and institutions. The review also covers the activities of the Ibero-American Association, along with any news or information that may be of interest to the Romanistic community.


The RIDROM aspires to become a reference publication within its field. In order to achieve this, the rigour and quality of all contributions will be guaranteed through an evaluation by researchers of accredited claim and prestige.


FORMAT


RIDROM is a periodic scientific publication in electronic format (HTML format). It doesn't have printed edition, although the published articles will also be conserved in paper support.


FREQUENCY OF PUBLICATION


RIDROM is a biannual publication. Editions will be published in the months of April and October respectively.


LANGUAGE


RIDROM will be published in Spanish and English. Nevertheless, it is possible for articles to be published in any other language of considerable scientific diffusion (German, French, Italian, Portuguese). That said, the translation of the article into English, on the part of the author, inevitably facilitates its diffusion and impact considerably.


SECTIONS


RIDROM is divided up into four main sections: summaries, news, view of reviews and links. Under "Summaries", information on the articles of each edition will be given, along with the corresponding abstracts, and shall be divided by articles /file. In the "News" section, forthcoming events, meetings, congresses, seminars, courses, publications, etc., will be detailed. "View of reviews" section will detail information regarding other magazines. Finally, under "Links", we shall provide information on other interesting resources available on-line.

Open Access Journal: Archeologie Sperimentali

Archeologie Sperimentali
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Archeologie Sperimentali è una rivista scientifica digitale edita dall'Università di Torino e pubblicata con cadenza annuale. Nasce con l'intento di colmare il vuoto editoriale che caratterizza l'Archeologia Sperimentale italiana che, pur essendo riconosciuta come un valido strumento di conoscenza, non ha un luogo dedicato al dialogo tra l'archeologia, le scienze e la sperimentazione.

La rivista si rivolge alla comunità scientifica internazionale per accogliere contributi innovativi ed originali che approfondiscono la conoscenza delle culture antiche attraverso l'utilizzo dei metodi sperimentali. In particolare, l'attenzione è rivolta alle esperienze che operano nel campo dell'Archeologia Sperimentale, dell'Archeologia della Produzione, della Storia delle Tecnologie, dell'Artigianato Storico e dell'Esperienzialità.

L'obiettivo è quello di diffondere l'adozione di approcci pratici, sperimentali e multidisciplinari allo studio del dato archeologico, promuovendo la ripresa del dibattito sui significati e sui metodi dell'Archeologia Sperimentale e creando un luogo di incontro tra ricercatori che operano all'interno di questo ambito. Archeologie Sperimentali aderisce alla "Dichiarazione di Berlino" promuovendo la diffusione online gratuita dei dati e favorendo la comunicazione ed il dibattito scientifico; il progetto riconosce al lettore il diritto di accedere liberamente e gratuitamente ai risultati della ricerca scientifica.
N. 1 (2020)

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Open Access Journal: TARII Newsletter

TARII Newsletter
The TARII Newsletter was printed and published from 2006–2014 and copies of each of these newsletters is available below. The format of the newsletter has now changed to a digital publication. If you are a member, you will automatically be enrolled to receive these updates in your inbox.

If you would like to contribute to our newsletter, please see our TAARII Newsletter Guidelines. For additional questions, please email JohnsonK@tarii.org.

2014

  • TAARII Thanks Founder and President for His Service
  • President’s Report (P. Wien)
  • Executive Director’s Report (B. Kangas)
  • TAARII’s New Officers
  • 2014 U.S. Fellowship Recipients
  • Samuel Dolbee, “Locusts, Arsenic, and Old Ways: Environment and Technology in the Modern Middle East”
  • Liliana Carrizo, “Exiled Nostalgia”
  • Shamiran Mako & Denis J. Sullivan, “The State of Higher Education in Iraq: Lessons from Eight Iraqi Fulbright Scholars”
  • Abdulameer al-Hamdani, “Kingdom of Reeds: The Archaeological Heritage of Southern Iraqi Marshes”
  • Summary of New Research: “Moment Invariants-based Features Extraction for Classification of Syriac Alphabet Language” by Abdul Monem S. Rahma, Basima Z. Yacob, and Danny T. Baito
  • TAARII Receptions at ASOR and MESA Annual Meetings

2013

  • TAARII Launches Blog to Promote Mesopotamian and Iraqi Studies
  • Katharyn Hanson, “TAARII Sponsors Session Honoring Dr. Behnam Nassir Abu al-Soof at the World Archaeology Congress in Jordan”
  • Nazar P. Shabila, “Exploring Iraqi Women’s Viewpoints and Experiences of Maternity Services using Q-Methodology”
  • Jean Evans, “Early Dynastic Sculpture as Object Biography: The Lives of Sumerian Sculpture”
  • Hilary Falb, “Iraqi Archival Sources in Israel”
  • Carrie Hritz, “Cities on the Margins: Using Satellite Remote Sensing to Investigate a Sumerian City-State”
  • Book Reviews: Achim Rohde, “Review Essay: Writing the History of Ba‘thist Iraq; Kevin Woods et al.’s The Saddam Tapes and Joseph Sassoon’s Saddam Hussein’s Ba‘th Party;” Anne Alexander, “Johan Franzen’s Red Star over Iraq”
  • David Hirsch, “UCLA Librarian Visits Iraq to Conduct Library Service Training”
  • TAARII and the Iraqi Cultural Center Hold Conference on Baghdad
  • TAARII at MESA in New Orleans
  • TAARII Awards Best Dissertations on Ancient and Medieval/Modern Iraq
  • Lorna Middlebrough, “Leveraging Scholarship Programs to Build Relationships in Iraq”
  • Jessica S. Johnson & Brian Michael Lione, “The Iraq Institute: Educating a New Generation of Heritage Professionals”
  • Book Review: Peter Wien, “Stacy E. Holden’s A Documentary History of Modern Iraq”
  • Amir Moosavi, “Literary Legacies of the Iran-Iraq War in Arabic and Persian Fiction”
  • Stefan Winter, “Conference Report: ‘Kurds and Kurdistan in [the] Ottoman Period’ at Salahaddin University, Erbi, 16-18 April 2013”
  • Falih Hasan Fezea, “Discalced Friars: Secular Perfume of Modernity – The Cultural Role of Carmelites in Modern Iraq”
  • TAARII Receptions: MESA & ASOR

2012

  • Modern Art in Iraq (B. Kangas)
  • Niralee Shah, Iman Lipumba, Laura Villafranco, Aseel Abulhab, and Javier Mariscal, “Iraq’s Artistic Heritage: From Haifa Street to the Berkshire Mountains”
  • President’s Report (M. Gibson)
  • “Excavator of the Assyrian Queens’ Tombs Tours U.S.” (M. Gibson)
  • Lucine Taminian, “TAARII Presented at Oral History Workshop in Istanbul, Turkey”
  • Orit Baskin, “Gender and Citizenship in Modern Iraq”
  • Alda Benjamin, “Research at the Iraqi National Library and Archives”
  • A. Hadi Al Khalili, “A Great Man in a Great Land”
  • Abdulamir Hamdani, “Excavation at Tell Sakhariya in Dhiqar Province in Southern Iraq”
  • Jason Ur, “The Present and Future of Archaeology in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq”
  • TAARII and the Iraqi Cultural Center Co-host Events (B. Kangas)
  • Executive Director’s Report (B. Kangas)
  • TAARII-Sponsored Lecture (M. Gibson)
  • TAARII Helps Prepare Guide for Collecting Life Stories in Conflict Settings (B. Kangas)
  • In Memoriam: Dr. Behnam Nassir Abu al-Soof (M. Gibson)
  • Faris Nadhmi, “The Case of Iraqi Christians”
  • Book Reviews: Orit Baskin, “Noga Efrati’s Women in Iraq;” Joseph Sassoon, “Bassam Yousif’s Human Development in Iraq;” Magnus Berhardsson, “Ida Donges Staudt’s Living in Romantic Baghdad”
  • Jim Miller, “An Effort to Help Preserve Iraq’s Intellectual Capital”
  • Matt Saba, “The Architectural Ornament of Samarra Revisited”
  • Johann Bayer, “Resituating Islamists”
  • Benjamin Isakhan, “Recording Heritage Destruction in Iraq”

2011

  • Archaeological Meeting in Philadelphia (M. Gibson)
  • In Memory of Dr. Donny George Youkhana
  • Joseph Sassoon, “The Ba’th Party and Political Education in Iraq”
  • Pedro Azara, “The Baghdad Civic Center Project (1960–1964)” (Unsoliticited)
  • Bridget L. Guarasci, “Iraq in Context: Environment, Technology, and Humanitarianism in the Post-2003 Field” (AAA meeting panel report)
  • Alda Benjamin, “Assyrians in Iraq’s Nineveh Plains: Grass-Root Organizations and Inter-Communal Conflict” (Unsolicited)
  • Dr. Mudhafar A. Amin, “Book Review: H. C. Von Sponeck’s A Different Kind of War: The U.N. Sanctions Regime in Iraq”
  • Dr. Mudhafar A. Amin, “Reflections on Invisible War” (Joy Gordon’s book)
  • President’s Report (M. Gibson)
  • Elizabeth C. Stone and Paul Zimansky, “A July Journey to the Environs of Ur”
  • Nada Shabout, “In Memoriam: Mohammed Ghani Hikmat”
  • Executive Director’s Report (B. Kangas)
  • Susan MacDougall, “Marriage as Migration: Iraqi-Jordanian Marriages and Amman’s Refugee Community”
  • Arbella Bet-Shlimon, “Provincial Histories of Twentieth-Century Iraq: Reflections on the Research Process”
  • Joshua Jeffers, “Tiglath-Pileser I: A King who Lit up the ‘Dark Age’ of the Late Second Millenium B.C.”
  • Iraq under the Sanctions: Economic, Political, Social, and Cultural Effects
  • Gabe Huck and Theresa Kubasak, “Iraqi Student Project: Progress Report”

2010

  • Donny George, “The Iraqi Constitution of 2006 and the Iraqi Law of Antiquities: Are They Honored and Respected in Iraq Now?” (TAARII-sponsored MESA session)
  • McGuire Gibson, “Iraqi Archaeological Reports Project”
  • Mudhafar Amin, “The Effect of King Faisal’s Early Death on the Position of the Monarchy and the Political System”
  • Dina Rizk Khoury, “War and Its Soldiers”
  • Gabe Huck and Theresa Kubasak, “Iraqi Student Project”
  • Magnus T. Bernhardsson, “Uncovering the ‘Other’ Iraq” (Book review of Orit Bashkin’s The Other Iraq)
  • Peter Wien, “History of Iraq” (Book review of Adeed Dawisha’s Iraq)
  • TAARII Proposal Writing Workshop (S. Platz)
  • Benjamin Isakhan, “Destroying the Symbols of Baathist Iraq”
  • Philip Marfleet and Dawn Chatty, “Iraq’s Displaced — Beyond Tolerance”
  • Rochelle Davis and Omar Shakir, “Cultural Competence and Iraqi Perceptions of U.S. Troops in Iraq”
  • Kamala Russell and Atoor Lawandow, “Transcribing an Unwritten Language: Iraqi-Arabic”
  • Oral History Project: “The Relationship between Intermarriage and National Identity: Preliminary Reflections on TAARII’s Iraqi Oral History Project” (L. Taminian)
  • Executive Director’s Report (S. Platz)

2009

  • Magnus T. Bernhardsson, “Rethinking the 1958 Revolution: TAARII Workshop at Williams College”
  • Abbas Kadhim, “The State of Iraqi Higher Education” (TAARII Panel at Rutgers)
  • Michaelle Browers, “Between Najaf and Jabal ‘Amil: A Portrait of Three Generations of Shi’i Intellectuals”
  • Ruth Berry, “Review: ‘The Defense of Inhumanity: Air Control and the Culture of British Intelligence-Gathering in Iraq’” (Review of Priya Satia’s talk at the University of Chicago)
  • Orit Bashkin, “Agents, Britons, Iraq, and Arabia, Review: Priya Satia, Spies in Arabia (2008)”
  • McGuire Gibson, “TAARII Library Growing”
  • Mina Marefat, “Baghdad Architecture, 1920–1950” (Review of Caecillia Pieri’s book)
  • Daniel Martin Varisco, “The Making of Modern Iraq” (TAARII-sponsored workshop at HOFSTRA University)
  • Joseph Sassoon, “The Implications of the Displacement of Iraq’s Population after the 2003 Invasion”
  • Eric Davis, Andrew Spath, Brian Humphreys, and Maroun Soueid, “Simulating the Iraqi Parliament: Benefits of a Non-traditional Approach to Teaching Iraqi Political Development”
  • Peter Wien, “Workshop on ‘Memories of Iraq’”
  • Executive Director’s Report (S. Platz)

2008

  • Carrie Hritz, “Remote Sensing of Cultural Heritage in Iraq: A Case Study of Isin”
  • James Armstrong, “The Babylonian Ceramic Tradition: The Second Millenium B.C.”
  • Eric Davis, “Reflections on Religion and Politics in Post-Ba’thist Iraq”
  • Jeff Spurr, “Dr. Saad Eskander Visits North America, November 2007”
  • Rasha Salti, “The Independent Film and Television College in Baghdad”
  • Dina Khoury, “Writing the Oral History of Modern Iraq”
  • Enemy Kitchen Recipe: Kubba Bamia
  • Update: U.S.-Iraqi Collaborative Archaeological Project
  • Executive Director’s Report (S. Platz)
  • Resident Director’s Report (L. Taminian)
  • Denise Natali, “Differentiated Regional Development in Iraq”
  • Mina Marefat, “From Bauhaus to Baghdad”
  • Adeed Dawisha, “The Rigidity of the Political Structure as an Explanation for the Fall of Iraq’s Monarchy”
  • Kathryn Hanson, “Catastrophe! The Looting and Destruction of Iraq’s Past”
  • Lucine Taminian, “Social Sciences in Iraq”
  • Executive Director’s Report (S. Platz)

2007

  • Sinan Antoon, “On Underexposure by ‘Uday Rashid”
  • Eric Davis, “The Formation of Political Identities in Ethnically Divided Societies: Implications for a Democratic Transition in Iraq”
  • Maysa H. Jaber, “Obituary: Dr. Alharith Abdulhameed Hassan”
  • Bridget Guarasci, “Reflections of Democracy: Humanitarianism, Statecraft, and the Iraqi Marshes”
  • Mina Marefat & Caecilia Pieri, “Remembering 1950s Baghdad”
  • Dr. Alharith (summary of his report), “The Prevalence of Drug Abuse in Baghdad City”
  • Taminian, Lucine, “The Psychological, Educational, and Social Impact of Violence and Terrorist Acts on Children in Iraq: A Review of Recent Work by Iraqi Researchers”
  • Executive Director’s Report (S. Platz)
  • President’s Report (M. Gibson)
  • Mina Marefat, “1950s Baghdad — Modern and International”
  • Haytham Bahoora, “Cultivating the Nation-Space: Modernism and Nation Building in Iraq, 1950–1963”
  • Sara Pursley, “(Re)-forming Intimacy in Revolutionary Iraq: A Social History of the Personal Status Law of 1959”
  • TAARII’s Oral History Project (L. Taminian)
  • Executive Director’s Report (S. Platz)
  • President’s Report (M. Gibson)

2006

  • President’s Report (M. Gibson)
  • Executive Director’s Report (S. Platz)
  • Resident Director’s Report (H. Fattah)
  • Nada Shabout, “Recovering Iraq’s Modern Heritage: Constructing and Digitally Documenting the Collection of the Former Saddam Center for the Arts”
  • Dr. Ismail Jalili, “Iraqi Academics and Doctors: Innocent Victims of a Wider Geographical Struggle”
  • Mark Tessler, “Continuity and Change in Iraqi Political Attitudes”
  • Executive Director’s Report (S. Platz)

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