Monday, November 28, 2011

Open Access Journal: Dig-it-al NEA

 [Originally posted 5/1/10, updated 12/13/10, updated 8 December 2011]

Dig-it-al NEA

Near Eastern Archaeology is pleased to announce its new online venture: Dig-it-al NEA. This online forum features original essays, reviews, and other content to complement the print publication of the journal.
Teaching Archaeology to Undergraduates
Four papers and an iMovie based on presentations given in the session "Teaching Archaeology to Undergraduates and K-12 Schoolchildren" at the 2010 ASOR Annual Meeting co-chaired by Ellen D. Bedell and Eric H. Cline.

Glass and Light: Making the Past Visible at the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
Review of the museum by Catherine P. Foster
Enchanted by an Exposition: Magical Antiquities from Egypt at Leiden
Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden, Netherlands
October 16, 2010 – March 13, 2011
Review of the Exhibit by Sophie Tews and Sergio Lieverse, Leiden University

God Feminine - A Hidden Side of the Biblical God
Exhibition in the Museum für sakrale Kunst (Jesuitenkirche), Heidelberg, Germany
October 10 – December 19, 2010
Review of the Exhibit by Olaf Rölver, University of Bamberg, Germany
Translated by Robert Schick
Gott weiblich - Eine verborgene Seite des biblischen Gottes
Ausstellung im Museum für sakrale Kunst, Jesuitenkirche, Heidelberg
10. Oktober – 19. Dezember 2010
Olaf Rölver, Lehrstuhl Alttestamentliche Wissenschaften, Universität Bamberg


Taita, King of Palistin: ca. 950–900 B.C.E.? (pdf)
By Benjamin Sass

Givat Ha'Aralot: An Archaeological Parable

By Steven A. Rosen

The Thumb Print

A poem by Jay G. Williams

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