After the summer break, the first two months of this academic year have been devoted to results dissemination. I will dedicate a separete blog post to online or on-person activities (stay tuned!), but first I would like to share the latest publications regarding the LIT! project. All in open access!
On October the 5th, the volume 32 of the Anales de Historia del Arte came out with the title Arte y Archivo. I contributed with the article “Catacumbas en museos: archivos documentales y fotográficos para la historia de la museografía” (“Catacombs in Museums: Archival Texts and Photos for the History of Museums”).
Available here: https://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/ANHA/article/view/83070
The contribution “Father Delattre’s Correspondence and the History of Christian Archaeology in the Maghreb: His Correspondence with Giovanni Battista de Rossi in 1885” is a much loved one for me, and came out on the 21st of October in the 2022 anniversary issue of the Moroccan journal Hespéris-Tamuda “Practicing Archaeology in the Maghreb: Historical Perspectives and Contemporary Realities / pratiquer l’archéologie au Maghreb: Perspectives historiques et réalités contemporaines“.
It can be found here: https://www.hesperis-tamuda.com/Downloads/2022/fascicule-2/14.pdf
In the September/October issue of the local magazine Esglesia de Tarragona came out a short article of mine regarding the connection between Christian archaeology in Tarragona and in Rome. Check it out here: https://www.esglesiadetarragona.cat/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/R328.pdf
Bonus: my latest article about German researchers in the early Christian Catacombs of Malta finally saw the light this September. I wrote this article during the first months of the pandemic outbreak and I am very fond of it. It was published in the Römische Quartalschrift Band 117, Heft 1-2.