We are grateful to CORDIS for developing a new feature on the results of the CREWS project, which finished last September – but I hope has a long legacy to come. Read the article by clicking below.
Unravelling the relationships between early writing systems
And to find out more about what follows CREWS, please do have a look at the VIEWS project website!
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This is wonderful — really fascinating. This reminds of me of the situation of “graphic pluralism” that Frank Salomon and I discussed for the Americas. In our special edition of Ethnohistory 57:1 (2010) we published a series of articles about “situations in which conquest and colonization brought together Amerindian and European ways with signs, generating durable coexistence”.
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Thank you Sabine! I will look for that special edition, definitely something I need to read.