• ISAW Library New Titles: June 2018

    ISAW Library New Titles: June 2018

    New items added to the ISAW Library's collection in June include Byzantine chronicles and titles on the archaeology of the Levant.
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  • ISAW Library New Titles: May 2018

    ISAW Library New Titles: May 2018

    Items acquired and accessioned by the ISAW Library in May2018, including works on classical archaeology and a number of journals on Armenian and Byzantine history.
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  • ISAW Library New Titles: April 2018

    ISAW Library New Titles: April 2018

    Items acquired and accessioned by the ISAW Library in April 2018, including titles on Classical Anatolia and Han China.
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  • Digital Humanities 2018: Post-Conference Debriefing

    Digital Humanities 2018: Post-Conference Debriefing

    For the second year in a row, the ISAW Library was represented at DH2018, the annual conference for Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations, which was held this year from June 26-29 in Mexico City. ISAW Library Assistant Research Scholar Patrick J. Burns reports back from the conference.
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  • Congratulations, Tisa and Emma!

    Congratulations, Tisa and Emma!

    The ISAW Library says congrats, good-bye, and good luck to its two MA students, Tisa Loewen and Emma Sarconi, who graduated this summer from NYU.
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  • ISAW Library New Titles: March 2018

    ISAW Library New Titles: March 2018

    New items acquired and accessioned by the ISAW Library in March 2018, including archaeological excavations in Henan Province, classical numismatics, and Byzantine culture.
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  • ISAW Library New Titles: February 2018

    ISAW Library New Titles: February 2018

    New items acquired and accessioned by the ISAW Library in February 2018, including works on Greek epigraphy, the Silk Road, and numismatics.
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  • ISAW Hosts “Future Philologies: Digital Directions in Ancient World Text” Conference

    ISAW Hosts “Future Philologies: Digital Directions in Ancient World Text” Conference

    The ISAW Library hosted Future Philologies: Digital Directions in Ancient World Text, a conference organized by Patrick J. Burns, David Ratzan, and Sebastian Heath on the intersection of research on historical languages and computer science on April 20. Building on the series of Linked Ancient World Data Initiative New York (LAWDNY) workshops hosted by the Library and Digital Programs, Future Philologies brought together scholars working on a diverse range of languages—Latin, Greek, Coptic, Persian, Arabic, Classical Chinese, Sumerian were all represented on the program—to discuss the effect that digitization and the ability to analyze massive amounts of text is having and will continue to have on philological research and teaching. The event was co-sponsored by the NYU Center for the Humanities, the NYU Division of Libraries, NYU’s Center for Ancient Study, and the NYU Department of Classics.
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  • ISAW Library acquires the collection of Susan L. Beningson

    ISAW Library acquires the collection of Susan L. Beningson

    In 2016, the ISAW library received the book collection of Susan L. Beningson. We have recently completed the cataloging of this collection, which contains over 500 volumes on the art and archaeology of China.
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