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Schedule At-A-Glance

 

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

7:00–8:15pm Plenary Address International A, B, C

 

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Morning Sessions
8:20–10:25am

1A Archaeology of Mesopotamia International A
1B Twenty Years of Digging at Megiddo: Macro and Micro Archaeology Discoveries International B
1C Topics in Cyberinfrastructure I: Scholarship in the Twenty-First Century, A Panel Discussion International C
1D Archaeology of Southern Arabia I International D
1E Conservation and Site Preservation in the Near East International E
1F Exploring the Production of Objects Related to Dress in the Ancient and Classical Near East Liberty A
1G Ancient Inscriptions I Liberty B
1H The Amuq Survey Carroll

Mid-Morning Sessions
10:40am–12:45pm

2A Topics in Cyberinfrastructure II: Reports on Current Research International C
2B Archaeology of Anatolia I International E
2C Archaeology of the Near East: Bronze and Iron Ages I International A
2D Art Historical Approaches to the Near East I International D
2E The Archaeology of Feasting and Foodways International B
2F Reports on Current Excavations and Surveys, ASOR-Affiliated Liberty A
2G The World of the Philistines in the Iron Age Context I Liberty B
12:45–2:00pm Members' Meeting International A&B

Afternoon Sessions
2:00–4:05pm

3A Archaeology of Jordan I: Nabataean through Byzantine Periods International C
3B The Values of ASOR: Developing a Comprehensive Ethics Policy International E
3C Archaeology of Cyprus I International A
3D Archaeology of Israel I International B
3E Archaeology of the Natural Environment: Archaeobotany and Zooarchaeology
in the Near East
Carroll
3F Imperial Peripheries: Archaeology, History, and Society on the Edge of the
Neo-Assyrian Empire I
International D
3G Mari and the Bible at 80 Liberty A
3H Theoretical and Anthropological Approaches to the Near East I Liberty B

Late Afternoon Sessions
4:20–6:25pm

4A Archaeology of Classical Periods International A
4B Archaeology of Egypt International B
4C Archaeology of Iran International C
4D History of Archaeology I International D
4E Results from the Sciences bearing on Archaeological Materials: Observations, Measurements and Interpretations International E
4F Seals and Seal Use in the Ancient Near East Liberty A
4G Cultural Heritage Management: Methods, Practice, and Case Studies Liberty B
4H The World of the Philistines in the Iron Age Context II Carroll

Friday, November 22, 2013

Morning Sessions
8:20–10:25am

5A A Decade of Investigations at Tel Kabri, Israel: 2003-2013 International A
5B Archaeology and Biblical Studies International B
5C City of Gold: Archaeological Excavations at Polis Chrysochous, Cyprus International C
5D Archaeology of the Byzantine Near East Liberty A
5E GIS and Remote Sensing in Archaeology International E
5F History of Archaeology II International D
5G Testing the Canon of Ancient Near Eastern Art and Archaeology Liberty B

Mid-Morning Sessions
10:40am–12:45pm

6A Situating Data in Scholarship: Case Studies in Collection, Management, and Sharing Liberty A
6B Ancient Inscriptions II International B
6C Archaeology of Jordan II International C
6D Archaeology of Anatolia II International A
6E Archaeology of Southern Arabia II International E
6F Archaeology of Cyprus II International D
12:45–2:00pm Junior Scholars' Panel Hopkins

Afternoon Sessions
2:00–4:05pm

7A Art Historical Approaches to the Near East II International A
7B Archaeology in Context: History, Politics, Community, Identity International B
7C Basileus, Sebastos, Shah: Archaeologies of Empire and Regional Interactions
in the Hellenistic and Roman Near East I
International C
7D Archaeology of the Near East: Bronze and Iron Ages II International D
7E Archaeology of the Southern Levant I International E
7F Archaeology of Syria Liberty A
7G Maritime Archaeology Liberty B

Late Afternoon Sessions
4:20–6:25pm

8A Landscapes of Settlement in the Ancient Near East I International A
8B Archaeology of Islamic Society International B
8C Prehistoric Archaeology International C
8D Archaeology of Cyprus III International D
8E Imperial Peripheries: Archaeology, History, and Society on the Edge
of the Neo-Assyrian Empire II
International E
8F Intercultural Exchange between Rome and Parthia Liberty A
8G Theoretical and Anthropological Approaches to the Near East II Liberty B

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Morning Sessions
8:20am–10:25am

9A Organic Residue Analysis for Archaeologists: A Workshop on Collection,
Analysis and Interpretation (Workshop)
International A
9B Archaeology of the Southern Levant II International B
9C Archaeology of the Black Sea and Eurasia International C
9D Joint Archaeological Expedition to Tell el-Hesi Regional Overview International D
9E Sinews of Empire: Networks in the Roman Near East International E
9F Collecting and Displaying Ancient Near Eastern Materials in the Museum:
Past, Present, Future
Liberty A
9G Islamic Frontiers and Borders in the Near East and Mediterranean Liberty B

Mid-Morning Sessions
10:40am–12:45pm

10A Ancient Inscriptions III International A
10B The Coastal Levant During the Middle Bronze Age International B
10C Archaeology of Gender International C
10D Archaeology of Jordan III: Bronze Age International D
10E Mesopotamian Civilization: Contextualizing Cuneiform Texts I International E
10F Basileus, Sebastos, Shah: Archaeologies of Empire and Regional Interactions in the
Hellenistic and Roman Near East II
Liberty A
10G Technology in Archaeology I Liberty B
12:45–2:00pm Projects on Parade Poster Session International F
12:45–2:00pm Initiative on the Status of Women Lunch City Center

Afternoon Sessions
2:00–4:05pm

11A Art Historical Approaches to the Near East III International A
11B Archaeologies of Interaction: East Asia and Iranian Western and Central Asia International B
11C Archaeology of Israel II: New Vistas in the Research of the Bronze and Iron Ages International C
11D Archaeology of Southern Arabia III International D
11E Mesopotamian Civilization: Contextualizing Cuneiform Texts II International E
11F Ownership of Jordan’s Cultural Heritage: Current Issues and Future Directions (Workshop) Liberty A
11G Technology in Archaeology II Liberty B

Late Afternoon
4:20-6:25pm

12A Landscapes of Settlement in the Ancient Near East II International A
12B Archaeology of the Near East: Bronze and Iron Ages III International B
12C Myth, History, and Archaeology International C
12D Reports on Current Excavations, Non-ASOR Affiliated International D
12E Secondary Context for Objects with No Known Origin:
A Workshop about Ethics of Scholarly Research
International E
12F The Peqi‘in Chalcolithic Cemetery – Its Discovery, Excavation and Finds Liberty A
12G Theoretical and Anthropological Approaches to the Near East III Liberty B

 

 

 

 

 

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