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ASOR Members’ Most Memorable Annual Meeting Moment

ASOR Members’ Most Memorable Annual Meeting Moment

ASOR’s membership spans across many fields of study. We’re fortunate to have historians, geologists, archaeologists, and so many more among our ranks. Every year, we come together ...

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Palaces of the Mediterranean Bronze Age

Palaces of the Mediterranean Bronze Age

Every year at the ASOR Annual Meeting, the Projects on Parade Poster Session takes place. It's an ideal opportunity to see the types of projects (both field and publication) that ...

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Archaeological Conservation at ASOR

Archaeological Conservation at ASOR

Author: LeeAnn Barnes Gordon For the past two years, my colleague, Suzanne Davis, Associate Curator and Head of Conservation for the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology at the University ...

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Mapping Ancient Canal Systems in Khuzistan

Mapping Ancient Canal Systems in Khuzistan

At the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Mehrnoush Soroush presented the paper “Mapping Ancient Canal Systems in Khuzistan: A Critical Application of Site-Canal Association Technique.” She ...

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10 Career Tips From ASOR Members

10 Career Tips From ASOR Members

ASOR’s membership spans across many fields of study. We’re fortunate to have historians, geologists, archaeologists, and so many more among our ranks. Every year, we come together ...

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Mortuary Patterns in the Tell Abraq Tomb Assemblage, UAE (2200– 2000 B.C.E.)

Mortuary Patterns in the Tell Abraq Tomb Assemblage, UAE (2200– 2000 B.C.E.)

At the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Anna Osterholtz presented the paper “Mortuary Patterns in the Tell Abraq Tomb Assemblage, UAE (2200– 2000 B.C.E.).” She agreed to come in and recor ...

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American Schools of Oriental Research Call for New Member-Organized Sessions and New Workshop Sessions Proposals

American Schools of Oriental Research Call for New Member-Organized Sessions and New Workshop Sessions Proposals

By: LeeAnn Barnes Gordon ASOR 2014 November 19-22nd, 2014 San Diego, CA PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE: DECEMBER 15 Please visit the ASOR webpage to read the Call For Papers and sub ...

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Agnès Garcia-Ventura Kicks Off the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Session Videos

Agnès Garcia-Ventura Kicks Off the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Session Videos

This year, at the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting, we decided to try something new. We asked for volunteers to come in and reread their papers on camera. Our goal was to promote all the ...

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Organic Residue Analysis: Views from the Field

Organic Residue Analysis: Views from the Field

By: Zuzana Chovanec, Susanne Grieve, Laura Mazow Organic Residue Analysis (ORA) from archaeological materials offers exciting prospects for researchers into how objects have been ...

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ASOR and Archaeological Ethics

ASOR and Archaeological Ethics

By: Lynn Swartz Dodd "There is a tendency at every important but difficult crossroad to pretend that it's not really there." --Bill McKibben What should American Schools of Orient ...

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2012 ASOR Annual Meeting Is a Tremendous Success

2012 ASOR Annual Meeting Is a Tremendous Success

The 2012 ASOR Annual Meeting in Chicago breaks records and is a tremendous success! A record 925 ASOR members gathered in Chicago from November 14–17 for the 2012 ASOR Annual Meet ...

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Archaeological Conservation Strategies in the Near East, Fri. Nov. 16

Archaeological Conservation Strategies in the Near East, Fri. Nov. 16

By: Suzanne Davis and LeeAnn Barnes Gordon This year we are pleased to announce a new workshop session for the ASOR Annual Meeting, Archaeological Conservation Strategies in the N ...

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Secondary Context II Announcement

Secondary Context II Announcement

ASOR WORKSHOP ANNUAL MEETING 2012 (Chicago) SECONDARY CONTEXT II Considering Theory and Method for The Study of Objects of No Known Origin Having examined the complex issues invol ...

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ASOR annual meeting supersaver rates end Sept 23

ASOR annual meeting supersaver rates end Sept 23

ASOR’s annual meeting supersaver rates end at midnight on Friday, September 23 when most registration fees will increase $30. Please register for the annual meeting by following ...

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Tell en-Nasbeh after 85 Years at the 2011 ASOR Annual Meeting

CALL FOR PAPERS: Tell en-Nasbeh after 85 Years at the 2011 ASOR Annual Meeting

CALL FOR PAPERS: Tell en-Nasbeh after 85 Years ASOR Annual Meeting, November 16-19 , 2011, San Francisco, CA The excavation of Tell en-Nasbeh, begun in 1926 by William F. Bade of ...

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ASOR announces 2011 Aviram Prize sponsored by the Dorot Foundation

ASOR announces 2011 Aviram Prize sponsored by the Dorot Foundation

Aviram Prize 2011 sponsored by the Dorot Foundation The Dorot Foundation announces its sponsorship of a prize, administered by the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), to ...

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ASOR 2010 Annual meeting featured in Science Magazine

ASOR 2010 Annual meeting featured in Science Magazine

The 2010 ASOR annual meeting has been featured in a "Meetings Brief" in Science Magazine. The conference report by Andrew Lawler summarize papers or sessions on research projects ...

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Call for Papers for ASOR’s 2010 Meeting

Call for Papers for ASOR’s 2010 Meeting

Posted by Kelley Bazydlo We are happy to announce that the UPDATED Call for Papers for ASOR's 2010 Annual Meeting is now on ASOR’s web site and includes new Member-Organized ...

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How To Punish Your Liver in New Orleans

How To Punish Your Liver in New Orleans

New Orleans is the birthplace of the cocktail, and ASOR members know much about hepastocapy. So when you need a break from meetings and papers, here are a few famous places within ...

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Voodoo Dolls of the Ancient Near East

Voodoo Dolls of the Ancient Near East

On Saturday, November 21st, from 6-8 PM, the American Schools of Oriental Research will close out its annual meeting in New Orleans with an outreach session entitled "Voodoo Dolls ...

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