The Journal of Indo-European Studies

The auditorium for the seminar she conducted at the UCLA was a sort of extension of her home. It was a huge light room in one of the university buildings. The floor-to-ceiling bookshelves were filled with books from the bottom to the top – this was Her personal library, necessary for a researcher’s everyday work.  After browsing through the books, Her research ambitions became obvious.  European scholarship, or studies by scholars from various continents in such fields as European history, archaeology, philology, and art of old cultures, prevailed here.  One could see the context in which a suggestion emerged for researchers in various fields to get together for “The Journal of Indo-European Studies” (it was published in Washington, D. C., in 1973-1992, Marija being the editor of its archaeological section).

Ingė Lukšaitė
(After: Marija Gimbutienė ... iš laiškų ir prisiminimų (Marija Gimbutas ... in Letters and Memoirs). Vilnius, 2005, p. 209)

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