The University Library is pleased to announce the acquisition of its first ever Italian e-book and e-journal collection. The subset of Editoria Italiana Online (EIO) comprises nearly 800 e-books and 50 scholarly journals published in Italy including Critica letteraria, Filologia e critica, Italia medioevale e umanistica. It comes to us via Casalini Libri’s full-text digital platform Torrossa. Most titles are in the humanities and social sciences and include works from prominent publishers such as Bulzoni, Carocci, Firenze University Press, Polistampa, Palerno, Viella, and more. The available backfiles to all journals have also been acquired and approximately 50 new e-books will be added every year. Once the records have been loaded to OskiCat, they’ll be discoverable there but at the moment, Berkeley’s holdings in EIO can only be accessed through Torrossa.
Dictynna is a bi-annual journal connected with the European Network for the Study of Augustan poetry, based at the University of Lille and involving Oxford, Cambridge, Florence, Rome, Heidelberg, Geneva and several other European centres. Articles are in English, French, German and Italian.
Available via AH-C Classics Resources, listed under Electronic Journals.
Classical Receptions Journal covers all aspects of the reception of the texts and material culture of ancient Greece and Rome from antiquity to the present day. It aims to explore the relationships between transmission, interpretation, translation, transplantation, rewriting, redesigning and rethinking of Greek and Roman material in other contexts and cultures. It addresses the implications both for the receiving contexts and for the ancient, and compares different types of linguistic, textual and ideological interactions. The journal promotes cross-disciplinary exchange and debates at the interface between subjects.
Classical Receptions Journal is available
Additional electronic full-text coverage has been added to Klio, covering vol. 90 (2008) through the current issue. Classics e-journals are available on the Classics Resources page, under Electronic Journals.
Revue archéologique is available online:
Revue archéologique – UC access only
Full Text: Vol. 1 (2001) – current
Articles may be viewed as HTML or as high-quality PDF files.
This resource is available via the AH-C Classics Resources, under Electronic Journals.
Additional online content has been added, covering vols. 75-81 (2001-2007):
This resource is located on the AH-C Classics Resources page, under Electronic Journals
The journal Gnomon is available online:
Gnomon – UC access only
Full Text: Vol. 76 (2004) – current
Available from the Classics Resources page, under Electronic Journals
Antiquité Tardive – UCB access only
Full Text: Vol. 1-15 (1993-2007)
May also be accessed via the Classics Resources page, under Electronic Journals
Full-text access to Ancient Narrative online <http://www.ancientnarrative.com/> is now functional. Because this is a UCB paid resource, you’ll need to access either via Library computers or through proxy access or VPN <http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/Help/connecting_off_campus.html>.
The following e-Journals have been added to AH-C Classics Electronic Journals:
Go to: Full Text: Vol.36-38 (2003-2005)
Go to: Full Text: Vol. 1-20 (1986-2005)
Full Text: Vols. 1-59 (1946-2005)
Rheinisches Museum für Philologie
Go to: Full Text: Vol. 93-148 (1950 – 2005) Note: click on blue arrow