To kick off the joint annual meeting of the Society for Classical Studies and the Archaeological Institute of America, we are pleased to offer free access to select articles from UC Press’ ancient history journals (plus, see below for news about a new journal launching soon!). Concurrent with the meeting dates, these articles will be freely available starting today through January 7.


STUDIES IN LATE ANTIQUITY
Editor: Elizabeth Depalma Digeser, University of California, Santa Barbara

3 Most Read Articles of 2017

Late Antiquity and World History: Challenging Conventional Narratives and Analyses
Mark Humphries

From a Classical to a Christian City: Civic Euergetism and Charity in Late Antique Rome
Michele Renee Salzman

How Perilous Was It to Write Political History in Late Antiquity?
Anthony Kaldellis

 

 

CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY
Editor: Leslie Kurke, University of California, Berkeley

3 Most Read Articles of 2017

Suspending Disbelief: Magnetic and Miraculous Levitation from Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Dustan Lowe

Mapping Tartaros: Observation, Inference, and Belief in Ancient Greek and Roman Accounts of Karst Terrain
Catherine Connors, Cindy Clendenon

Cold Comfort: Empathy and Memory in an Archaic Funerary Monument from Akraiphia
Seth Estrin

 

JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL WORLDS – COMING SOON!
Editor: Edward D. English, University of California, Santa Barbara

UC Press is delighted to introduce Journal of Medieval Worlds (JMW), a new quarterly online journal launching in 2019. Edited by Edward D. English, University of California, Santa Barbara, JMW will serve as a forum for multidisciplinary scholarship on the world, focusing primarily on 750-1600. The journal’s purpose is to foster innovative research and approaches to pedagogy by publishing peer-reviewed research articles of broad interest that explore interconnections across regions or build meaningful comparisons across cultures.

Regions addressed in the journal include Japan, China, Central Asia, South Asia, East and West Africa, North Africa, Oceans and Seas, the Americas, Middle East and Levant, and Europe, including Northern and Eastern Europe.

LEARN MORE AND SUBMIT YOUR PAPER AT UCPRESS.EDU/GO/JMW

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