New Testament Transcripts Prototype

AWOL shared a link to the New Testament Transcripts Prototype of the University of Munster Institute for New Testament Textual Research. If you aren’t already following AWOL – Ancient World Online – then you should be. It highlights fascinating online open access resources, such as the one mentioned above, or the Max Planck Institute for [Read More...]

What Is Open Access?

From the creator of PHD comics, courtesy of the Chronicle of Higher Education. I was glad to discover that there is in fact a PHD comics YouTube channel, with other cool stuff, such as this: [Read more...]

Vigiliae Christianae Online

I am grateful to AWOL for pointing out that a large number of back-issues of the journal Vigiliae Christianae are now available online. [Read more...]

BABELAO

AWOL mentioned a new open-access journal, BABELAO, which is an abbreviation for « Bulletin de l’Académie Belge pour l’Etude des Langues Anciennes et Orientales.» Articles include one by J. K. Elliott on textual criticism and another by Thomas Durant on the organization of Thomas Christians in the pre-colonial period. [Read more...]

Open Access Scholarship

I had a librarian mention to me that they had heard about a scholar whose blog got not merely quoted but responded to and interacted with in a peer-reviewed journal article. I quickly responded by saying that I know the blogger in question – Mark Goodacre, who blogged about his experience recently. Blogging is just [Read More...]


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