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The Mediterranean Library: a bouquet of resources

Bibmed is multilingual and provides access to resources in French, English, Arabic, Turkish, German and Spanish, etc. This Library is for all individual or collective users: students, researchers, the general public, institutions, and public and corporate bodies (libraries, miscellaneous documentation centres, arts centres and tourist offices).

A network of partner libraries

The Mediterranean Library aims to constitute a resource base of documents and information on the Mediterranean through collaboration between the libraries and documentation centres of partner organisations in the Ramses² network of excellence of Humanities research on the Mediterranean.
The Library combines bases of bibliographic and document resources in a single integrated site:
- bibliographic entries: Bibmed
- websites and on-line documents accessible in full text form: - Sitemed & Docmed
- identifying and listing reviews concerning the Mediterranean: Revuemed
- bibliographic summaries
- Mediterranean map library: Cartomed

Bibmed is multilingual and provides access to resources in French, English, Arabic, Turkish, German and Spanish, etc. This Library is for all individual or collective users: students, researchers, the general public, institutions, and public and corporate bodies (libraries, miscellaneous documentation centres, arts centres and tourist offices).

Constituting a resource base
of documents and information on the Mediterranean

The Mediterranean Library is organised in adaptable thematic categories related to the field of Mediterranean studies defined in the Ramses² programme. The data and resources that are produced, identified and classified are organised by this thematic field divided into three main areas, viz., collective memories, conflicts and exchanges.

Priority issues, Collective memories, Exchanges and Conflicts:

Migration and diasporas (mobility, legislation, illegal immigrants, transmigration, transnationalism and migrant communities).

Trade (exchanges and transfers of money and of know-how, relocation of industries, informal economies, criminal economy and criminal organisations)

Cultural exchanges (cultural cross-overs, cultural mixes and creolization)

Borders

Cultural heritage

Religious traditions

Collective imaginations, representations and stories

Women

Political systems and institutions

Civil society, human rights

Conflicts

Towns and cities of the Mediterranean.

 

  Bibliothèque virtuelle  

 


Sitemed & Docmed

The first “floor” of the Mediterranean Library, called SiteMed and Docmed, is open-ended and extendible. Its purpose is to identify on-line resource centres concerning the Mediterranean and to constitute a series of document and bibliographic resources. The resources thus identified and processed shall focus on the field of Mediterranean studies specific to the Ramses² project.

 Mediterranean reviews

Lists reviews and provides access to periodicals that have a web site and which allow consultation of indexes, contents lists and/or articles in full text form.

 

 

  Notices bibliographiques  

 

  Bibmed Notices

A second complementary “floor”, Bibmed, consists in devising a base of bibliographic entries obtained by querying partner libraries of the Ramses2 Network.

Thematics Bib.

Thematics bibliographies issued from specific research programs.

  Bibliographic summaries

The third “floor” of the Mediterranean Library consists in producing bibliographic summaries on the state of the art written by the network’s partners. Access to The Bibliographic summaries

 

 

    Cartomed  

 

The Mediterranean map library is a documentation programme developed as part of the Espaces, représentations et usages (Spaces, representations and customs) division of the Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’Homme (MMSH) in Aix-en-Provence. This programme provides new research aid resources concerning cartography of towns and countries of the Mediterranean.Accès à Cartomed.br /> Cartomed

 


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