Author: R.T. J. Cappers, W. Kirleis, W.A. Out, M. Schepers (eds.)
Publication year: 2014-
Archaeobotany has become an indispensable component of archaeological investigation, providing a baseline for a holistic understanding of past societies and past environmental dynamics. As a series specializing in the field of archaeobotany, Advances in Archaeobotany offers a centralized, easily recognizable publication venue for the growing research output of the world’s archaeobotanical community. Advances in Archaeobotany aims to foster connections in a field of research with highly diversified publication strategies and to increase archaeobotanists’ international visibility.
De reeks Biografieën van Groningse hoogleraren wordt uitgegeven door Barkhuis Publishing in opdracht van de Stichting Nicolaas Muleriusfonds van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Het doel van de reeks is de kennis te bevorderen van de geschiedenis van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in het algemeen en die van haar hoogleraren in het bijzonder.
The book series Corollaria Crustumina aims at publishing doctoral theses, conference proceedings and specialist studies on the Latin settlement of Crustumerium near Rome. The series will contain 6 or 7 volumes.
Author: Prof.dr. P.A.J. Attema, Dr. C. «akirlar, Prof.dr. R.T.J. Cappers, Prof.dr. P.D. Jordan, Prof.dr. D.C.M. Raemaekers, Prof.dr. S. Voutsaki (eds.)
Publication year: 2003-
The Groningen Archaeological Studies (GAS) contains publications by the Groningen Institute of Archaeology (GIA). The series is being published by Barkhuis Publishing and the Groningen University Library since 2003.
The volumes in this series are all organized in a similar fashion, namely by ‘landscape type', and reflect the two guiding principles of the Groningen approach to Mediterranean archaeology - first, that a joint methodological framework is needed for systematic interdisciplinary research in landscape archaeology, and second, that the characteristics and history of homogeneous landscape units must lie at the basis of such a framework.
The book series Studies on Cultural Transfer & Transmission (CTaT) deals with cultural transfer, defined as the one-way activity of, e.g., translating of a literary text, and cultural transmission, in the sense of the reciprocal activity of sharing cultural and literary infomation.
Author: Jan Meulenbeld, Maarten Bode, Renť T.J. Cappers, Jan E.M. Houben, H. Friso Smit (eds.)
Publication year: 2008-
eJIM is a multidisciplinary periodical that publishes studies on South Asian medical systems by qualified scholars in philology, medicine, pharmacology, botany, anthropology and sociology. Authors from India, Sri Lanka and adjoining countries are cordially invited to contribute. eJIM also publishes supplement volumes, the Supplements to eJIM.