Daily Gleanings: Finds from AWOL (11 July 2019)

Oğuz Soysal and Başak Yıldız Gülşen’s Unpublished Bo-Fragments in Transliteration II (Bo 6151–Bo 9535) is freely available via open access from the University of Chicago. The description comments in part, The monograph offers a large number of unpublished text fragments in photo and transliteration and gives succinct philological notes to these fragments. The fragments are […]

Daily Gleanings: Open, Free Access Resources (27 June 2019)

The proceedings of last project EAGLE (Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy) conference from 2016 are openly accessible. HT: AWOL The Friedberg Jewish Manuscript Society has an online, freely accessible archive of manuscripts and transcriptions from the Cairo Geniza. HT: Jim Davila, Stephen Goranson

Daily Gleanings: Textual Criticism (21 June 2019)

Jacob Peterson and Leigh Ann Thompson discuss how to understand the multi-spectral images being produced in the work of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts. Tommy Wasserman notes that Gorgias Press has entered a partnership with De Gruyter for the electronic hosting of the Texts and Studies volumes, which means that individual […]

Daily Gleanings (7 June 2019)

John Meade is edging closer to the publication of his volume of Hexaplaric fragments for Job 22–42: I can finally announce that my critical edition is set to be released this Fall. I still need to work through  another round of proofs this summer, but it will appear by SBL in San Diego. This is […]

Daily Gleanings: Articles (5 June 2019)

Benjamin Giffone has an interesting article in the most recent issue of the European Journal of Theology, entitled “Technologising of Word and Sacrament: Deuteronomy 14:24–26 and Intermediation in Worship.” According to the abstract, This paper explores the effects of introducing intermediating technologies into worship, through the lens of media ecology. Just like ‘writing is a […]

Daily Gleanings (23 May 2019)

On theLAB, Dougald Mclaurin discusses how faculty can “work with librarians to help students write better papers.” Similarly, see also these prior discussions about how to use your school’s library or other libraries near you. From Brill: With the publication of Keeping Watch in Babylon, Brill is happy to have published the 100th volume of […]