What's New in Papyrology

Recent publications of papyri & ostraca 4th BC-8th AD; conferences, lectures etc. from Papy-L and other sources as noted. gregg.schwendner AT wichita.edu

Friday, March 09, 2007

Current Epigraphy

A new weblog for Epigraphy

14 February, 2007

Current Epigraphy reports news and events in Greek and Latin epigraphy.

CE publishes workshop and conference announcements; notices of discoveries, publications and reviews; project reports; and descriptive links to digital epigraphic projects. We owe our inspiration partly to Gregg Schwendner, who single-handedly maintains the What’s New in Papyrology blog. Our goal is to provide a similar service to the epigraphic community, but to do so in a broadly collaborative way that invites contribution from a wide group of scholars and enthusiasts.

* Gabriel Bodard (King’s College London)
* Tom Elliott (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
* Francisca Feraudi-Gruénais (University of Heidelberg)
* Julia Lougovaya (Columbia University, New York)
* Charlotte Tupman (King’s College London)

Citing Current Epigraphy:

To cite the entire publication in the manner of the Chicago Manual of Style, use the following format:

* Current Epigraphy. London: Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College, 2007-. http://www.currentepigraphy.org. ISSN 1754-0909 (Online).

To cite a single article (post) in CE, use the following format:

* Bodard, Gabriel. “New Inscriptions from Argos.” Current Epigraphy, March 6, 2007, http://www.currentepigraphy.org/2007/03/06/new-inscriptions-from-argos/.

To cite a comment on an article (post) in CE, use the following format:

* Tupman, Charlotte. Comment 2 on “Practical Epigraphy Workshop: Programme.” Current Epigraphy, comment posted 7 March, 2007, http://www.currentepigraphy.org/2007/03/06/practical-epigraphy-workshop-programme/#comments

Monitoring Current Epigraphy:

Readers may learn of updates to CE in two ways:

1. Via XML web feeds.
CE publishes web feeds in RSS 2.0, RSS 0.92 and Atom 0.3 formats, which can alert users of feed reader software to blog updates.
2. Via the inscriptiones-l email list.
The editors of CE regularly digest the most recent posts, forwarding them to the list.