Monthly Archives: October 2010

Is a Wiki the Right Solution?

In a comment left on the post The Beginning, Fred Limp asked: Might I suggest that your bibilography take advantage of the Zotero library structure/system. You can host these on you own system – if you don’t want to use … Continue reading

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Bibliographies at Agyagtábla, papirusz

As he noted in his comment here,  Zsolt Simon and Barbara Egedi ‘s blog Agyagtábla, Papirusz (Clay tablet, Papyrus) includes a collection of on-line open Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptological bibliographies (Scroll down to “Bibliográfiák” in the right-hand column). As … Continue reading

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Bibliographies and Bibliographic Projects cited in “Rome Wasn’t Digitized in a Day: Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Classicists”

On October 22nd CLIR and Tufts University’s Infrastructure for Humanities Scholarship project announced that it is seeking public comment on a literature review that identifies existing services, resources, and needs in the field of classics. The report, Rome Wasn’t Digitized … Continue reading

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Scope: Geographic and Chronological

I originally proposed a “Classics Annotated Bibliography Wiki” but as we discussed the idea over email, Chuck suggested we make this project cover the ancient world in general.  At Chuck’s blog AWOL – The Ancient World Online, he notes in … Continue reading

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Bibliography Aggregations and Collections

This is a developing list, please offer suggestions in the comments. Archaeobotanical Reports from Sites in the Near East Bibliographies sur l’antiquité, Bibliothèque des Sciences de l’Antiquité DAPHNE – Data in Archeology, Prehistory and History on the Net PINAX ONLINE: … Continue reading

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Addition of a “Bibliographies” Page

Thanks to everyone who has visited the blog – the number of page views is heartening! – and special thanks to those who have begun linking existing online open access bibliographies.  There is now a dedicated page listing these, available … Continue reading

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The Beginning

In the beginning, I posted to my professional blog: Oxford Bibliographies Online: More Rant Than Review.  It included the following: So here’s my heresy – why couldn’t annotated bibliographies for subjects be written by faculty (or librarians, or even graduate students … Continue reading

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