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Cybernetica Mesopotamica
Part Two. The Project
Chronicle

Four Banks

Giorgio Buccellati – September 2022
Marco De Pietri – September 2022 to current

2022

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July-December 2022

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September 24-26, 2022: Working with L. Recht on implementation of CAR

Within the framework of the 4banks project, a meeting has been held in Graz (Austria), after the 15th Symposium of the Melammu Project, between Giorgio Buccellati, Marilyn Kelly-Buccellati, and Laerke Recht, about future developments of the urkesh.org and the Critique of Archeological Reason (CAR) websites.
For further information about the ongoing work on CAR, see the related report.
Graz-rL_2

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2021

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July-December 2021

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September 24, 2021: Theoretical framework of the Mes-rel website (Jonah Lynch)

In the line of further developing the theoretical approach on the Mes-rel website, on September 24, 2021 (Friday), Dr. Jonah Lynch (IIMAS Research Associate and PhD student at University of Pavia, Italy) presented a fascinating contribution in the context of the European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH) 2021 Conference; the title of his talk is "Graph representation and network analysis as a comparative tool: a case study in comparative religion" (session Long and Short Papers: Content Analysis/Visualization): a new digital approach in investigating, analyzing, and visually displaying patterns of religion (focusing on Israel and Mesopotamia) in a digital and structural comparative view.
The program of the conference is available online.
A video ("Structural comparison of religion") describing Dr. Lynch's ongoing research can be found on his YouTube personal channel.
JL

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