Thursday, June 24, 2010

AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 2: The Oriental Institute Electronic Publications Initiative

The Oriental Institute Electronic Publications Initiative.  
[Originally posted April 9, 2008. Updated April 30, 2007 with the addition of more CAD and CHD volumes; updated September 16, 2008 with the addition of OIP 130; updated January 6, 2009 with the addition of OIP 135; Updated January 27, 2009 with the addition of OIMP 29. Updated March 16, 2009 with the addition of OIS 5. Updated April 28, 2009 with the addition of a suite of older OI volumes on Egyptian subjects. Updated May 1, 2009 with the addition of a suite of older OI volumes on Egyptian subjects. Updated May 12, 2009 with the addition of a suite of older OI volumes on Egyptian subjects. Updated May 14, 2009 with the addition of two recent Annual Reports. Updated through February 18, 2010. Updated March 1, 2010. Updated March 6, 2010. Updated March 9, 2010. Updated March 31, 2010. Updated April 23, 2010. Updated May 26, 2010. Updated May 30, 2020. Updated June 24, 2010. Updated June 25, 20120. Updated 20 July, 2010. Updated 29 July, 2010. Updated 12 August 2010. Updated 9/17/10. Updated 9/27/10. Updated 10/5/10]


The "canonical" version of the list of online publications of the OI remained here for two and a half years and moved to AWOL:


during Open Access Week on October 19, 2010.  It will be kept up to date in that location henceforth.

AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 1
AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 2
AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 3
AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 4
AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 5
AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 6
AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 7


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4 comments:

jpgalhano said...

Just a note: OIP 126's link is redirecting to OIP 127.

Best regards.

Charles Ellwood Jones said...

Thanks jpgalhano! I've repaired it.

John Muccigrosso said...

"Future issues of AWOL have moved to a new home"

That seems like an impressive temporal feat.

Saqer said...

Besten Dank!
Salah