Fwd: Rock Art Studies Bibliographic Database - Spring 2019 update

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Gori Tumi

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Mar 27, 2019, 7:58:23 PM3/27/19
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La base de datos bibliográfica para estudios en quilcas (Rock Art Studies Bibliographic Database) elaborada por Leigh Marymor con el Museum of Northern Arizona y la Bay Area Rock Art Research Association, constituye el repositorio de referencias sobre quilcas más grande del mundo, Todos aquellos que han publicado sobre este material arqueológico deben estar indexados en la base de datos y esta puede ser actualizada con nuevas entradas bibliográfica tan rápido como estas aparezcan. Puedes explorar esta base en la dirección incluida en el documento anexo. Una buena oportunidad para expandir nuestra bibliografía sobre quilcas!

GoriTumi

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Dear Friends of the Rock Art Study Database,

I’m pleased to announce the 2019 update of Rock Art Studies Bibliographic Database in partnership with the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Bay Area Rock Art Research Association. The current revision of the database includes 39,177 citations to the world’s rock art literature. Included are many additional abstracts and live web links, and many edits and corrections to existing citations. Scroll down the home page and find an updated graphic illustration of the growth of rock art literature, and a new links section that offers web connections to regional and thematic rock art bibliographies.

Goals for the year ahead are to keep pace with the current literature, locate more citations from years past, and to continue to backfill abstracts, web links, and useful key words that hopefully keep the project relevant to users’ needs. I hope to continue to publish regional bibliographies and have two in the works at present: Peru, and Portugal.

There are many people to thank for their assistance offered to insure that this project has grown and begun to come into a certain maturity that only comes with age. Thanks especially to Kelley Hays-Gilpin, Bob Mark, Evelyn Newman and to all for your ongoing support for the RASdb project.

Best,
Leigh



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Gori-Tumi Echevarría López
Arqueólogo y Candidato a Doctor en Historia del Arte
Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
RAS Press Release 2019.pdf
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