Bibliographie de Cécile Michel

Bibliographie

Liste complète des publications de Cécile Michel (2021)

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Ouvrages récents (2016-2021)

  • C. Gonçalves & C. Michel (eds), Interdisciplinary research on the Bronze Age Diyala. Proceedings of the Conference Held at the Paris Institute for Advanced Study, 25 and 26 June, 2018, Subartu 47, Turnhout: Brepols, 2021.
  • F. Kulakoğlu, G. Kryszat & C. Michel (eds), Cultural Exchanges and Current Researches at Kültepe and Surroundings. Kültepe, August 1-4, 2019, Kültepe International Meetings 4, Subartu 46. Turnhout: Brepols, 2021.
  • M. Harlow, C. Michel & L. Quillien (eds.), Textiles and Gender in Antiquity From Orient to the Mediterranean, London, Bloomsbury, 2020, 368 p. 16 colour pl.
  • C. Michel,  Women of Aššur and Kaneš: Texts from the Archives of Assyrian Merchants, Writings from the Ancient World 42, SBL, Atlanta, 2020, xxx+570 p.
  • C. Michel and M. Friedrich (eds), Fakes and Forgeries of Written Artefacts. From Ancient Mesopotamia to Modern China, Studies for Manuscript Cultures, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020, 338 p.
  • C. Michel and K. Chemla (eds), Mathematics, Administrative and Economic Activities in the Ancient Worlds, Why Sciences of the Ancient World Matter 5, Cham: Springer, 2020, VI+566 p.
  • F. Kulakoğlu, C. Michel & G. Öztürk (eds), Integrative Approaches to the Archaeology and History of Kültepe-Kaneš, Kültepe, 4-7 August 2017, Kültepe International Meetings 3, Subartu XLV, Turnhout: Brepols, 2020, XX+258 p.
  • S. Gaspa, C. Michel & M.-L. Nosch, Textile Terminologies from the Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe, 1000 BC to 1000 AD, Lincoln: Zea Books, 2017, 536 p.
  • B. Lion & C. Michel (éd.), The Role of Women in Work and Society in the Ancient Near East, B. Lion & C. Michel (éd.), Studies in Ancient Near Eastern Records 13, Boston/Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2016, 574 p.

Films scientifiques

  • Bronze Age Textile Production. Avec V. Tubiana-Brun. Direction Scientifique Cécile Michel, Réalisation Vanessa Tubiana-Brun, CNRS – MSH Mondes, 33 minutes, France, 2021.
  • Ainsi parle Taram-Kubi. Correspondances assyriennes. Avec V. Tubiana-Brun. Direction Scientifique Cécile Michel, Réalisation Vanessa Tubiana-Brun, CNRS – MSH Mondes, 46 minutes 30, vidéo 16/9, stereo, France, 2020; en trois versions: français, anglais, turc, sur les lettres de femmes assyriennes et le site archéologique de Kültepe, l’ancienne Kanesh (Anatolie centrale, Turquie). Ce film a reçu les prix suivants:
    1. Audience Favorite Film Award et Honorable Mention for the Best Archaeology Film: Arkhaios Film Festival (Chapel Hill, Philadelphia, USA)
    2. Premio ‘ArcheoVisiva’, prix du jury international pour le meilleur film: X Rassegno del documentario e della comunicazione archeologica (Licodia Eubea, Italie, 2020)
    3. Prix du meilleur film pour la recherche créative : 17e Festival international du film d’archéologie de Bordeaux (ICRONOS, 20-24/10/2020)
    4. Prix Paul Tournal : grand prix des Rencontres d’archéologie de la Narbonaise (3-7/11/2020)
    5. Prix du meilleur film d’archéologie, Festival International du Film d’Archéologie de Nyon, Suisse (24-27/03/2021)
  • Dyes and spices/Teintures et épice. Avec V. Tubiana-Brun. Film documentaire de 12 minutes en version bilingue franco-anglaise, montrant la recherche textuelle et expérimentale sur les techniques de teintures antiques.
  • L’écriture cunéiforme, écrire et compter. Avec V. Tubiana-Brun. Film documentaire de 17 minutes en version française et en versions sous-titrées en anglais, allemand, espagnol et turc.

Blog, dossier thématique

Articles scientifiques et chapitres d’ouvrages collectifs récents (2016-2021)

2021

2020

  • C. Michel, Belts and Pins as gendered elements of clothing in Third and Second Millennia Mesopotamia, in M. Harlow, C. Michel and L. Quillien (eds), Textiles and Gender in Antiquity From Orient to the Mediterranean. Bloomsbury, p. 179-192.
  • M. Harlow, C. Michel and L. Quillien,  Textiles and Gender in Antiquity: An Introduction, in M. Harlow, C. Michel and L. Quillien (eds), Textiles and Gender in Antiquity From Orient to the Mediterranean. Bloomsbury, p. 1-10.
  • C. Michel, Cuneiform forgeries: A long history from antiquity to today. In: C. Michel and M. Friedrich (eds), Fakes and Forgeries of Written Artefacts. From Ancient Mesopotamia to Modern China, Studies for Manuscript Cultures, Berlin: De Gruyter,  p. 25-60.
  • C. Michel & M. Friedrich, Fakes and Forgeries of Written Artefacts: An Introduction,  in M. Friedrich and C. Michel (eds), Fakes and Forgeries of Written Artefacts. From Ancient Mesopotamia to Modern China, Berlin: De Gruyter, p. 1-22
  • C. Michel, Weighing Units and Weights in the Context of Trade from Upper Mesopotamia to Anatolia (Nineteenth and Eighteenth Centuries BCE), in K. Chemla, A. Keller, C. Proust (eds.), Cultures of Quantification and Computation, Why Sciences of the Ancient World Matter 6, Cham: Springer.
  • C. Michel, Computation Practices of the Assyrian merchants during the 19th century BCE, in K. Chemla & C. Michel (eds.), Mathematics, Administrative and Economic Activities in the Ancient Worlds, Why Sciences of the Ancient World Matter 5, Cham: Springer
  • C. Michel, with contributions by Robert Middeke-Conlin and Christine Proust, A Comparative Study of Prices and Wages in Royal Inscriptions, Administrative and Mathematical Texts in the Old Babylonian Kingdom of Larsa, in K. Chemla & C. Michel (eds.), Mathematics, Administrative and Economic Activities in the Ancient Worlds, Why Sciences of the Ancient World Matter 5, Cham: Springer.
  • C. Michel & K. Chemla, Mathematics, Administrative and Economic Activities in the Ancient Worlds: An introduction, C. Michel & K. Chemla, in C. Michel & K. Chemla (eds.), Mathematics, Administrative and Economic Activities in the Ancient Worlds, Why Sciences of the Ancient World Matter 5, Cham: Springer,  p. 1-48.
  • C. Michel,  Making Clay Envelopes in the Old Assyrian Period, in F. Kulakoğlu, C. Michel & G. Öztürk (eds.), Integrative Approaches to the Archaeology and History of Kültepe-Kanesh. Proceedings of the 3rd Kültepe International Meeting, Kültepe, 4-7 August, 2017, Turnhout: Brepols, p. 187-203
  • C. Michel,  Integrative Approaches to the Archaeology and the History of Kültepe/Kaneš, in F. Kulakoğlu, C. Michel & G. Öztürk (eds.), Integrative Approaches to the Archaeology and History of Kültepe-Kanesh, Kültepe, 4-7 August, 2017, Kültepe International Meetings 3, SUBARTU XLV, Turnhout: Brepols, p. 1-6.
  • C. Michel, Textile Workers in the Royal Archives of Mari (Syria, 18th century BC), in L. Quillien, K. Sarri (eds.), Textile Workers. Skills, Labour and Status of Textile Craftspeople Between the Prehistoric Aegean and the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of the Workshop held at 10th ICAANE in Vienna, April 2016, Oriental and European Archaeology 13, Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, Vienna, 2020, p. 127-138.
  • C. Michel, 6 articles et cartes dans M. Sauvage (ed.), Atlas Historique du Proche-Orient ancien, Paris, Les Belles Lettres/IFPO, « Les routes du commerce assyrien en Anatolie centrale », p. 80, « Le royaume de Babylone sous Hammurabi », p. 86, « Les successeurs de Hammurabi », p. 87, « La disparition des textes  de Mésopotamie à la fin de la période paléo-babylonienne », p. 89. Et avec B. Lion : « La diffusion de l’écriture cunéiforme », p. 1, « Les principaux sites ayant livré des tablettes cunéiformes », p. 2.

2019

2018

  • C. Michel, Constitution, Contents, Filing and Use of Private Archives: The case of the Old Assyrian archives (19th century BC), in A. Bausi, C. Brockman, M. Friedrich & S. Kienitz eds., Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping, Studies in Manuscript Cultures 11, Berlin/New York: De Gruyter, p. 43-70.
  • C. Michel, Miscellaneous tablets and fragments found at Kültepe in 2012 and 2013, in W. Tyborowski (eds.), Awilum sa la mase – man who cannot be forgotten. Studies in Honor of Prof. Stefan Zawadzki presented on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday, AOAT 463, p. 153-164.

2017

  • C. Michel, Economy, Society, and Daily Life in the Old Assyrian Period, dans E. Frahm (éd.), A Companion to Assyria, Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World 113, Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell, p. 80-107.
  • E. Andersson Strand, C. Breniquet & C. Michel, Textile Imprints on Bullae from Kültepe, in F. Kulakoğlu  & G. Barjamovic (eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd Kültepe International Meeting, Kültepe, 26-30 July 2015, Kültepe International Meetings 2, Subartu XXXIX, Turnhout, p. 87-104
  • M. Dassa & C. Michel, Les chercheurs en histoire et archéologie de l’antiquité au CNRS, C. Michel et M. Dassa, dans C. Grandjean (éd.), Cinquantenaire de la SOPHAU 19666-2016, Regards croisés sur l’histoire ancienne en France, Dialogues d’Histoire Ancienne, 145-152.
  • B. Lion & C. Michel, Un demi-siècle d’archéologie et d’histoire du Proche-Orient ancien : la participation française, B. Lion et C. Michel, dans C. Grandjean (éd.), Cinquantenaire de la SOPHAU 19666-2016, Regards croisés sur l’histoire ancienne en France, Dialogues d’Histoire Ancienne, 2017, 137-156.
  • S. Gaspa, C. Michel & M.-L. Nosch, Textile Terminologies, State of the Art and New Directions, in S. Gaspa, C. Michel & M.-L. Nosch (eds.), Textile Terminologies from the Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe, 1000 BC to 1000 AD, Lincoln: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Zea E-Books 56, p. 19-23
  • C. Michel, La cornaline dans les sources paléo-assyriennes, in Çakırlar C., Çilingiroğlu Ç., Heffron Y., Jean É., Kozal E., Şerifoğlu T. E., Ünlüsoy S., (eds.), Questions, Approaches and Dialogues in the Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology. Studies in Honor of  Marie-Henriette Gates and Charles Gates, AOAT 440, Münster : Ugarit-Verlag, 2017, p. 353-369.

2016

 

Liste complète des publications de Cécile Michel (2021)
(avec les articles antérieurs, notes brèves, CR d’ouvrages, notices bibliographiques et nécrologies)