Corinth and the University of California at Merced (Nicola Lercari) have published Lifeliqe, an interactive application that allows the exploration of the 'Shrine 10' sequence. The software has been developed in cooperation with Ian Hodder from Stanford University and can be downloaded from the Apple Store (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lifeliqe/id1064873813?mt=8) and the Microsoft Store (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/lifeliqe/9nblggh4rgt5).
This book, published only online, explores further the entanglements between humans and things. It contains theoretical and methodological developments including a redefinition of human-thing entanglement and the application of formal network analysis. The book also contains a series of case-studies regarding the formation of settled life in the Middle East, the adoption of agriculture, and the study of power and poverty, creativity and religion. The book ends with a critical dialogue regarding the issues raised by studies of entanglement.
Read Ian Hodder's new book on entanglement, only available online:
Help support Çatalhöyük and student research by taking a brief survery examining the impacts of UNESCO World Heritage Status at Ҫatalhöyük. The survery was prepared by Katrina Gargett, an undergraduate student from The University of York, England.
A Çatalhöyük Living Archive is currently in development, and pilot phase work is available for viewing and comment. It includes an experimental web application with spatial-temporal visualization of browse and search results and linked data publication.