Twelfth International Congress of Demotic Studies 2014
Eröffnung: Martin Stadler, Würzburg
Moderation: Friedhelm Hoffmann, München
Mark Depauw, Leuven "Demotic and Digital Humanities"
The world of Digital Humanities is in constant flow, with many new (and exciting!) possibilities for scholarship. Demotic can and should not lag behind. This paper presents some of these new avenues, the challenges involved and some first results achieved. Amongst the keywords are: Social Network Analysis, digital edition, transliteration systems (yes...), RDF and Open Access tools in world with Trismegistos identifiers.
Janet Johnson, Chicago "The CDD is 'done'. Where do we go from here?"
K. Blouin, Triangular Landscapes: Environment, Society, and the State in the Nile Delta under Roman Rule (OUP 2014)
Triangular Landscapes Environment, Society, and the State in the Nile Delta under Roman Rule Katherine BlouinOxford University PressOxford Studies in the Roman Economy 464 pages | Five figures, five maps, 28 tables, and 14 halftones | 216x138mm
Offers the first historical case study dedicated to an area of the Nile Delta under Roman rule Situates Roman-period Mendesian evidence within a broader chronological and geopolitical context Engages with concepts, methods, and data that stem from papyrology, archaeology, Egyptology, geomorphology, and ethnology
TOC's of JJP voll.1 (1946) - 41 (2011)
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