“Textual reasoning” covers an area of convergence between philosophical and interpretive interests. The Journal of Textual Reasoning is an open-access publication from the Society for Textual Reasoning.
HT: AWOL, Jim Davila
The MLA has started a new initiative, named the Humanities Commons. According to the Commons’s introductory webinar registration page,
Imagine a humanities network with the sharing power of Academia.edu, the archival quality of an institutional repository, and a commitment to using and contributing to open source software. Now imagine that this network is not-for-profit. It doesn’t want to sell your data or generate profit from your intellectual property. That’s Humanities Commons. Run by a nonprofit consortium of scholarly societies, Humanities Commons wants to help you curate your online presence, expand the reach of your scholarship—whatever form it may take—and connect with other scholars who share your interests.
a community of computer scientists, Bible scholars, and digital humanists collaborating to create open digital resources for biblical studies. Our emphasis is on open resources for biblical languages, such as morphologically tagged texts, treebanks, and lexicons. We hope that these resources will be used widely for teaching, research, and resources used to read and study the Bible.
The initiative sponsors the B-Greek and B-Hebrew forums, but I had missed the memo that these were connected to the larger Biblicalhumanities.org entity. The website provides a selective but helpful dashboard of current resources.
The Liddell-Scott-Jones lexicon wiki noted by AWOL has several external links to other LSJ texts available online, including in PDF format.
Auctor is the postgraduate journal of the Royal Holloway (University of London) Classics department. Our aim is to provide a high quality peer-reviewed journal, where postgraduates at any stage in their career can publish notes or articles pertaining to the classical world. We do not discriminate and so not only welcome submissions in Classical literature, but also from archaeology to reception, and everything in-between.
On these pages you will find information regarding the latest call for papers and how to submit an article. You can also find out about our current editorial team and panel of reviewers. More will be added to the website as we put together our first issue, but for now please take a look around and get involved.
For more information, see the Auctor website.
The American Numismatic Society has created an Open Access digital library. One purpose is to host unpublished and/or orphaned MA and PhD theses/dissertations that have numismatic content. As a part of this library your thesis will be Open Access, full-text searchable, and http://schema.org properties will help Google relevance. If you (or someone you know) wants their research hosted for free (CC-BY license) alongside other numismatic work, email Andrew Reinhard at firstname.lastname@example.org.