Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Open Access Journal: The Bible and Critical Theory

 [First posted in AWOL 28 April 2011, updated 23 August 2016]

The Bible and Critical Theory
ISSN : 1832-3391
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The Bible and Critical Theory is an exploratory and innovative online scholarly journal for biblical studies, published by the Bible and Critical Theory Seminar. The journal explores the intersections between critical theory, understood in the broad sense, and biblical studies. It publishes peer-reviewed articles that investigate the contributions from critical theory to biblical studies, and contributions from biblical studies to critical theory. The journal has an active series of book reviews, which are published as they are ready.

BCT content is available freely on an open access basis. It is also aggregated by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and is indexed by the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) Religion Database and Scopus.

























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2004

Vol 1, No 1 (2004)


Open Access Journal: International Journal of Archaeology

International Journal of Archaeology
ISSN: 2330-7587 (Print)
ISSN: 2330-7595 (Online) 
International Journal of Archaeology (IJA) is established specifically to deal with archaeology on a world-wide multiperiod basis. It provides a international forum for innovative, descriptive and theoretical archaeological research, paying particular attention to the role and development of human intellectual abilities and symbolic beliefs and practices,with contributions from an international cast of academics and field workers.

Open Access Journal: digitAR - Revista Digital de Arqueologia, Arquitectura e Artes

digitAR - Revista Digital de Arqueologia, Arquitectura e Artes
ISSN: 2182-844X
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A digitAR - Revista Digital de Arqueologia, Arquitectura e Artes é uma revista de carácter científico que pretende cobrir um leque abrangente de temáticas relacionadas com o património cultural, disponibilizando os seus conteúdos on-line de forma gratuita. A sua edição está a cargo do Centro de Estudos Arqueológicos das Universidades de Coimbra e Porto (CEAUCP).

2015

n. 2 (2015): O Corpo Através da Imagem

"O Corpo Através da Imagem"

2013

n. 1 (2013): Actas do 6º ATP | 9º SIACOT


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Open Access Journal: 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.
Ephemeris NS Vol. II. 2012
Ephemeris Vol. IV Fall 2003
Ephemeris Vol. II Fall 2002
Ephemeris Vol. I Spring 2002
Ephemeris Vol. III Spring 2003

Open Access Journal: Studies in Mycenaean Inscriptions and Dialect

Studies in Mycenaean Inscriptions and Dialect
Studies in Mycenaean Inscriptions and Dialects (SMID) contains glossaries of individual Mycenaean terms, tablet and series citations, and subject indices all linked to bibliographical references. As a reference tool, SMID is both complex and comprehensive, with indices of linguistic, archaeological, historical, religious, and cultural topics, as well as individual words and phrases in the tablets.

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Open Access Journal: Nyame Akuma: Bulletin of the Society of Africanist Archaeologists

Nyame Akuma: Bulletin of the Society of Africanist Archaeologists
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If you are interested in submitting an article: Instructions for Contributors

This is the main page for accessing the online archive of all issues of Nyame Akuma. Click on any of these issues to see the Table of Contents. Numbers 43 and later have downloadable PDF versions of individual articles, which can be accessed by clicking on any article title in blue. Numbers 42 and earlier have fewer illustrations and shorter articles, so the entire issue will download.

The six most recent issues of Nyame Akuma are accessible to digital (online) subscribers only. SAfA members who subscribe to Nyame Akuma in any form can access these issues with their member password. Please go to Membership to see our membership and subscription fees and to subscribe online. Membership plus digital subscription to Nyame Akuma is available at very nominal cost to Northern hemisphere residents. It is free for Africans residing in Africa.

If you have a password, go to digital subscriber login to access the full content of the six latest issues. Without a password, you will only be able to access the Table of Contents of the last six issues, plus the archive of the earlier issues, from the list below.
(Table of contents for recent issues and downloadable articles from archives)
YEAR Number/Month Number/Month
2015      No. 83, June (Table of Contents Only) No. 84, December (Table of Contents Only)
2014 No. 81, June (Table of Contents Only) No. 82, December (Table of Contents Only)
2013 No. 79, June (Table of Contents Only)  No. 80, December (Table of Contents Only)  

2012      No. 77, June  No. 78, December
2011 No. 75, June  No. 76, December  
2010 No. 73, June No. 74, December 
2009 No. 71, June No. 72, December
2008 No. 69, June No. 70, December
2007 No. 67, June No. 68, December
2006 No. 65, June No. 66, December
2005 No. 63, June No. 64, December
2004 No. 61, June No. 62, December
2003 No. 59, June No. 60, December
2002 No. 57, June No. 58, December
2001 No. 55, June No. 56, December
2000 No. 53, June No. 54, December
1999 No. 51, June No. 52, December
1998 No. 49, June No. 50, December
1997 No. 47, June No. 48, December
1996 No. 45, June No. 46, December
1995 No. 43, June No. 44, December
1994 No. 41, June No. 42, December
1993 No. 39, June No. 40, December
1992 No. 37, June No. 38, December
1991 No. 35, June No. 36, December
1990 No. 33, June No. 34, December
1989 No. 31, September No. 32, December
1988 - No. 30, December
1987 No. 28, April No. 29, December
1986 No. 27, May -
1985 No. 26, June -
1984 - No. 24/25, December
1983 No. 22, June No. 23, December
1982 No. 20, June No. 21, December
1981 No. 18, May No. 19, November
1980 No. 16, May No. 17, November
1979 No. 14, May No. 15, November
1978 No. 12, May No. 13, November
1977 No. 10, May No. 11, November
1976 No. 8, May No. 9, October
1975 No. 6, May No. 7, October
1974 No. 4, April No. 5, October
1973 No. 2, April No. 3, October
1972 - No. 1, October

Monday, August 22, 2016

Athenian Onomasticon Online

[First posted in AWOL 7 June 2013, updated 22 August 2016]

Athenian Onomasticon
Sean G Byrne
Since the publication of the Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II (Attica) in 1994 and Foreign Residents of Athens in 1996, fresh epigraphic evidence has continued to emerge by the month in the form of newly published inscriptions and re-readings and reinterpretations of old material. This has entailed a steady enhancement in the state of the Attic onomsticon and prosopography, with new names added, evidence for known names and people supplemented, and misread or misinterpreted names abolished.
A gauge of this progress is provided only partially by the Bibliography, from which references are removed when subsumed by Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum items. A better indication is given by the Addenda / Corrigenda to LGPN, posted by us at regular intervals until 2008, recording the cumulative changes to be made to the printed LGPN II. And in addition to these there are the extensive updates to bibliographic references provided by the publication of such corpora as Agora XVI and XVIII, IEleusis, IRhamnous and SEMA, not to mention the sixteen volumes of SEG that have appeared in the intervening years.
This site makes available the complete up-to-date onomastic data for the population of ancient Athens, through a search facility, and through html files that present the latest version of the Onomasticon.