High Places in Cyberspace, 1996
Originally published by Scholars Press
Now Available from Duke University Press
In this second edition of "High Places in Cyberspace, "Patrick Durusau provides an updated and expanded how-to and map of the internet focusing on meeting the needs of scholars in biblical studies, religion, classics, and archaeology. Durusau offers a practical introduction and reference to accessing internet resources, covering methods such as electronic mailing lists, ftp, on-line libraries, search engines, and the world wide web. This book includes an annotated topical listing of over 1,000 scholarly resoruces available on the internet, such as web sites displaying original scanned papyri, web sites with original texts, mailing lists between scholars and on-line library addresses.
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