Darwin-L Message Log 7:86 (March 1994)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<7:86>From DARWIN@iris.uncg.edu  Fri Mar 25 23:39:35 1994

Date: Sat, 26 Mar 1994 00:39:31 -0500 (EST)
From: DARWIN@iris.uncg.edu
Subject: NESTOR bibliography on archaeology and linguistics (fwd from CLASSICS)
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
Organization: University of NC at Greensboro

This notice of a bibliographic database on Classical archaeology
and Indo-European linguistics just appeared on the CLASSICS list.
I thought it might be of interest to some Darwin-L members.

Bob O'Hara, Darwin-L list owner

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                     (ISSN 0028-2812)

NESTOR is an international bibliography of pre-classical Greece
(Palaeolithic to Homer and beyond), eastern Mediterranean and southeastern
European prehistory, Homeric society, Indo-European linguistics, and
related fields.  It is published monthly from September to May by the
Program in Classical Archaeology, Indiana University, Bloomington.  Each
volume is accompanied by an Authors Index.  NESTOR is distributed in 30
countries world-wide.

Nestor is currently edited by Professor Karen D. Vitelli.

Suggestions from colleagues about titles for inclusion in the bibliography
are welcome.  Correspondence should be addressed to:

                Program in Classical Archaeology
                Indiana University
                Bloomington, Indiana 47405

E-mail:  Nestor@ucs.indiana.edu OR Nestor@indiana

Subscription rates per volume (9 issues) for 1994 are as follows:

U.S. Individuals                $  6.50
U.S. Institutions               $ 11.50
Foreign Individuals (surface)   $  8.50
Foreign Individuals (air)       $ 13.50
Foreign Institutions            $ 14.00

Student rates (proof of student status necessary) for 1994 are as follows:

U.S. Students                   $  5.00
Foreign Students (surface)      $  7.00
Foreign Students (air)          $ 12.00

Checks should be made payable to Indiana University Foundation and mailed
to the address of Nestor (see above).

Volumes 1-4 (1957-1977) were edited by Emmett L. Bennett, Jr., and were
published by the Institute for Research in the Humanities, University of
Wisconsin.  Volumes 5-20 (1978-1993), as well as most issues of Volumes
1-4, are available from the Program ($8.50 per volume or $0.20 per page,
plus postage).  Complete copies of volumes 1-4 also are available from
University Microfilms at the following addresses:

University Microfilms
300 North Zeeb Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106

University Microfilms, International
White Swan House
Godstone, Surrey RH9 8LW
United Kingdom

                                                        updated Jan 94



The Nestor bibliography (more than 30,000 entries) is now becoming
progressively available on diskette, as structured ASCII files (ready to
import to database programs), for both IBM/PC and Apple computers. This
conversion is sponsored by INSTAP.  Several recent volumes are at this
moment (Jan. '94) ready for distribution, and the remainder--back to the
first issue of 1957--will become available in the course of the next 18
months.  Diskettes, each containing three or more volumes (years) of
bibliography, will be announced in the monthly Nestor as they are ready.
In the future the Nestor ASCII files will also become available on the
Internet via FTP (watch for announcements on relevant BBS's).

Distribution:  Diskettes are distributed at the cost of materials and mailing.
For North American addresses, that cost now is $ 3.75/diskette; for
overseas addresses the cost is $ 6.00/diskette.  Orders must specify Apple
or IBM/PC version, and they should be accompanied by a check (in US $),
payable to INDIANA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION.  They should be
sent to the Nestor address:

                Program in Classical Archaeology
                Indiana University
                Bloomington, Indiana 47405

We anticipate that 6 diskettes (the last 20 years of Nestor) will be ready
by the end of the academic year.  You may prepay for all, or any number of
them, and we will mail them to you as they become ready.

Overseas orders, please note:  we are working on various possibilities to
make payments in US $ easier and less expensive, and we hope to have a
solution to announce within a month or so (see also Nestor 20:9 [Dec.
1993] and 21:1 [Jan. 1994]).

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