About the Journal

Welcome to Chronolog Journal!

Chronolog is a journal for students concerned with the history, culture, archaeology and language of ancient Southwest Asia and Northeast Africa. The focus of the journal is to provide students at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies (CCRS) at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) and students affiliated with the department through conferences or collaborations, the opportunity to have their first scholarly article published in a peer reviewed journal.

The second issue of Chronolog is out now!



Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 2 (2024): Chronolog
Front cover of issue 2, at the top of the image is the titel 2, 2024, Chronolog - archaeology, assyrology and egyptology, in black on a ligth bluish purple background. At the center is a white frog vessel with small holes, some still filled with lapis lazuli. Below is two outstreched vulture wings centered around a circle with a 2 in the middle. enter.

We are proud to present the second issue of Chronolog Journal!

As with the first issue of Chronolog, it contains a wealth of information
for students and newly graduates: three peer reviewed papers,
an essay about field archaeology, tips for grant writing, as well
as the editors’ conference recommendations, and spotlights - this
time not on students and graduates but our professors!
The three peer reviewed papers cover vastly different topics, geographical
regions and periods, it encompasses the different regions
and kinds of studies carried out at CCRS (ToRS), from the large picture
using cutting edge scientific techniques, to material studies, to
the textual historical research. All of them providing us with a deeper understanding
of the human past in Southwest Asia and Egypt.

We hope you enjoy reading our second issue.

Kind regards,
The editors of Chronolog
Anna Silberg Poulsen, Maria Diget Sletterød, and Anne Drewsen

Published: 24-05-2024
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Deadline for submissions for issue 2 is October 1st!