The 3,200 toe tags of Hostile Terrain 94 aim to “rehumanize” migrants who have died while crossing the Sonoran Desert Sanchita Balachandran, associate director of the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum, […]
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The Archaeological Institute of America has selected Landscape Histories of Hadramawt: The Roots of Agriculture in Southern Arabia (RASA) Project 1998-2008 as the 2022 recipient of its Anna Marguerite McCann […]
This is a monumental volume of over 1,100 pages, including over 200 pages of endnotes and 100 pages of bibliography. It contains a comprehensive discussion of most of the issues […]
The American Academy of Religion is pleased to announce the 2021 recipients of the Awards for Excellence in the Study of Religion, the Best First Book in the History of […]
From Homewood Student Affairs: Supervisors provide far more than basic training. They serve as mentors who build skills and advance technical knowledge, they support student career aspirations and foster professionalism, […]
Inside Professor Glenn Schwatz’s mission to rewrite the history of writing.
A 3,000-year-old "lost golden city" has been unearthed in the southern city of Luxor, a discovery that could be the most significant find in Egypt since the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamen, the archaeological mission said Thursday in a statement.
Jacob Lauinger and Tyler Yoder are pleased to announce the release of an initial set of 218 fully-lemmatized Amarna letters on Oracc. The goal of the project is to make […]
Their project, “An unsupervised neural framework for multi-modal literary and historical scholarship” has received a 2021 IDIES Seed Funding award. Tom Lippincott in Computer Science is the project’s Principal Investigator […]
How does one find an ancient town? What do archaeologists look for? How do they know where to dig? How do they interpret what they find? In a YouTube presentation […]