Saturday, May 8, 2021

Open Access Jourrnal: Africa Italiana

Livello bibliografico: Periodico

Consistenza: 1927-1941

Collocazione: Per.Nuovi.B.38

Annate: 8

Uscite: 20

Tipo documento: Testo a stampa

Titolo SBN: Africa italiana : rivista di storia e d'arte / a cura del Ministero delle colonie

Pubblicazione: Bergamo : IIAG, 1927-1941

Paese di pubblicazione: ITALIA

Lingua: italiano

CODICE documento SBN: IT\ICCU\TO0\0085564

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Online Open House | The Hippolytus of Euripides, with Rebecca Futo Kennedy

We are excited to welcome Rebecca Futo Kennedy for an Online Open House entitled “The Hippolytus of Euripides.” The event will take place on Friday, May 14 at 11:00 a.m. EDT and will be recorded. You can watch the live-streaming on the Center for Hellenic Studies YouTube Channel.

To get ready for the event you might like to read

Euripides, Hippolytus

 

Rebecca Futo Kennedy

Rebecca Futo Kennedy is Associate Professor of Classical Studies at Denison University. She is author of numerous articles on tragedy, Greek history, ancient immigration and identity and modern racialized engagements with antiquity. She is the author of two monographs:
Athena’s Justice (2009) and Immigrant Women in Athens (2014). She edited of Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Aeschylus
(2018) and co-edited The Routledge Handbook to Identity and the Environmen (2015) and Race and Ethnicity in the Classical World: An Anthology of Primary Sources (2013). She is currently completing a book for general audiences on race and ethnicity in the ancient world and its modern politics for Johns Hopkins University Press, a new sourcebook on women in Greek and Roman contexts (for Hackett Press) as well as a short historiography on how the ancient Greeks and Roman came to be racialized as “White” in US popular and academic contexts in the 19th–20th centuries for Brill’s Research Perspectives in Ancient History series. She has also begun work on a textbook with Dr. Jackie Murray on understanding race and ethnicity in antiquity and its modern receptions.

 

William Leo Hansberry Society

Promoting diversity & inclusion

We are a scholarly organization dedicated to making the study of ancient Nile Valley and Northeast African cultures more inclusive to scholars of African descent.

Born on February 25, 1894 in Gloster, Mississippi, William Leo Hansberry developed an early interest in ancient history. Hansberry would become one of the first African American students at Harvard University, completing an A.B. and M.A. in Anthropology. After graduating, he taught courses in Howard University’s History Department such as “Negro Peoples in the Cultures and Civilizations of Prehistoric and Proto-historic Times,” “Ancient Civilizations of Ethiopia” and The Civilizations of West Africa in Medieval and Early Modern Times,” in the 1920s at a moment when many ‘scholars’ were arguing that Africa had no history worthy of scholarly investigation.

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Friday, May 7, 2021

Open Access Journal: Dissertationes Archaeologicae ex Instituto Archaeologico Universitatis de Rolando Eötvös Nominatae

[First posted in AWOL 21 October 2017, updated 7 May 2021]
 
ISSN: 2064-4574 
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All articles submitted to Dissertationes Archaeologicae are initially assessed by the Editor-in-chief, who decides whether or not the article is suitable for peer review. Submissions considered suitable for peer review are assigned to one or more independent experts, who assess the article for originality, clarity and validity. Article types that are not peer reviewed (e. g. doctoral theses or field reports) will undergo full editorial review by one or more of the editorial team.
DissArch operates a double-blind peer review, meaning that both author and reviewers remain anonymous unless otherwise requested. Reviewers are asked to provide formative feedback, even if an article is not deemed suitable for publication in the journal. Based on the reviewer reports, the Editor-in-chief – supported by the Editorial Board – will make a decision for rejection, minor or major revisions, or acceptance.

Ser. 3. No. 7. (2019)
October 16, 2020

Articles

Máté Mervel
21-28
Gábor János Tarbay
29-99
Ágnes Schneider
101-150
Csilla Sáró, Gábor Lassányi
151-176
Dávid Bartus
177-185
Kata Dévai
187-204
Bence Simon
205-230
Rita Rakonczay
231-272

Field reports

Bence Simon, Anita Benes, Szilvia Joháczi, Ferenc Barna
273-280

 



Open Access Journal: Thamyris, nova series: Revista de Didáctica de Cultura Clásica, Griego y Latín

[First posted in AWOL 24 October 2016, updates 7 May 2021]

Thamyris, nova series: Revista de Didáctica de Cultura Clásica, Griego y Latín 
ISSN: 2254-1799
Delegación de Málaga de la SEEC en colaboración con los Deptos. de Filología Griega y Latina de la Universidad de Málaga

Número 1 (2010)

 

Número 2 (2011)

 

Número 3 (2012)

 

Número 4 (2013)

 

Número 5 (2014)

 

Número 6 (2015)

 

Número 7 (2016)

 

Número 8 (2017)

 

Número 9 (2018)

 

Número 10 (2019)

 

Número 11 (2020)

 

ARTÍCULOS

 
   
Antonio Ramón Navarrete Orcera, La mitología en el palacio de La Alameda de Osuna

1-14

   
Alejandro Valverde García, Dibujando el pasado: Grecia y Roma a través de ilustraciones

15-34

   
Mª Rosa Amat Serrano, Una nueva Odisea adaptada al teatro: El viajero perdido, de Telón Corto

35-52

   
Carolina Real Torres, Enseñanza gamificada y aprendizaje basado en problemas: diseño de un escape room sobre Cultura Clásica

53-70

   
Gabriel López Alcausa, Videojuegos de acción y aventura en el aula de Cultura Clásica. Uso de la saga God of War para el aprendizaje comparativo de mitos griegos

71-100

   
Enara San Juan Manso, Nomismata Augustarum

101-130

   
María Julia Alonso & Andrés Moulins, Caza y sacrificio en La Orestíada. El dilema del héroe guerrero en Homero, Esquilo y M. Yourcenar

131-144

   
Alejandro Pina Terraza, Imberbe como una mujer, negro como un lobo: una propuesta de lectura de Dafnis y Cloe

145-168

   
Mª Dolores Hernández Mayor, Materiales de trabajo para el certificado europeo de griego clásico

169-188

   
Pablo Kangiser G., Oratoria, democracia y manipulación lingüística

189-210

   
Mª Luz Husillos García, Latín vs. inglés. Estudio etimológico de un vocabulario técnico en inglés aplicado a la docencia en Secundaria

211-238

   
Marco Carrozza, De legendi facultate exercenda. Sex fabulae increscenti gradu dispositae

239-270

   
Daniele Santapaola, Plurima signa, multae fabulae, una hereditas. De usu inscriptionum in scholis

271-316

   
Silvia Gómez Jiménez, Introducción de ludificación en el aula para el estudio de los verbos latinos

317-330

   
Juan Carlos Berdasco Valle, Algunas ideas para el análisis sintáctico en latín

331-360

   
Alejandro Abad Mellizo, El uso de la novela histórica La suerte de Venus para el estudio de la oratoria latina en un aula de 2º de Bachillerato

361-392

   
   

 

RESEÑAS

 

 
Víctor Manuel López Trujillo, Antonio Ramón Navarrete Orcera, La mitología en los palacios italianos. Tomo III: Italia central y meridional, Anejos de Thamyris, n. s., 3, Federación Andaluza de Estudios Clásicos, Málaga, 2019 [ISBN: 978-84-09-15525-5]

393-400

   
   
   
   
   

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Naoi - Königliche Steindenkmäler in den Tempeln Ägyptens : Vom Alten Reich bis zum Ende der pharaonischen Ära

Inauguraldissertation zur Erlangung des Akademischen Grades eines Dr. phil., vorgelegt dem Fachbereich 07 (Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften) der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

Authors: Hohneck, Heimo
Advisor: Verhoeven-van Elsbergen, Ursula
Title: Naoi - Königliche Steindenkmäler in den Tempeln Ägyptens : Vom Alten Reich bis zum Ende der pharaonischen Ära
Online publication date: 10-Dec-2020
Language : german
DDC: 000 Allgemeines
000 Generalities
290 Andere Religionen
290 Other and comparative religions
490 Andere Sprachen
490 Other languages
720 Architektur
720 Architecture
890 Literatur in anderen Sprachen
890 Literatures of other languages
930 Alte Geschichte
930 History of ancient world
Institution: Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Department: FB 07 Geschichts- u. Kulturwissensch.
Place: Mainz
DOI: http://doi.org/10.25358/openscience-5369
Version: Original work
Publication type: Dissertation
License: CC-BY-ND
Information on rights of use: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/deed.en
Appears in collections:JGU-Publikationen
 

Open Access Journal: Ktèma : civilisations de l'Orient, de la Grèce et de Rome antiques

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Ktèma est une revue annuelle de recherche consacrée à l'histoire, l'archéologie et la littérature de la Grèce, de Rome, de l'Égypte et du Proche-Orient antiques. Fondée en 1976 par Edmond Frézouls et Edmond Lévy, elle est publiée par l'Université de Strasbourg. Elle accueille des dossiers thématiques ainsi que des varia qui proposent des articles originaux en français, en anglais, en italien, en allemand et en espagnol. Elle jouit d'une solide réputation internationale et ses articles sont abondamment cités.

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