Month: January 2019

Mapping gods in many languages

Mapping gods in many languages: the onomastic attributes in the Greek-Phoenician bilingual inscriptions. How to address the gods in several languages? Corinne Bonnet and Maria Bianco examined divine onomastic attributes from the Greco-Phoenician bilingual inscriptions. What happened to the names of the gods during their passage from one language to another? By mean of translation, […]

“Gods in Translations”: The MAP project at the EABS Annual Conference (Warsaw)

We are pleased to announce that the MAP project organizes a Workshop at the Annual Conference of the European Association of Biblical Studies (EABS), that will take place at the University of Warsaw from the 11th to the 14th August 2019. The Workshop is entitled “Gods in Translations: The Many Names of Ancient Semitic Gods” […]

« Women who matter / Elles comptent aussi »

Naming women. About the International meeting “Women who matter / Elles comptent aussi”. Paris, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne/Paris, INHA, Saturday 17th November 2018.   This meeting gave the opportunity to present the Eurykleia database, which is in progress. It aims at reassessing the issue of naming women by overcoming ancient or modern prejudices. Which were the […]

Which digital tools for which historical issues?

Which digital tools for which historical issues? “Histoire et numérique” Workshop for Master students, organized by Karine Karila-Cohen. Rennes, University of Rennes 2, December 10, 2018. This workshop brought together historians from various periods and historical fields, as well as hard science researchers used to work with HSS data. It provided an opportunity to introduce Master of […]

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :