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Near Eastern Archaeology

Archaeological discoveries continually enrich our understanding of the people, culture, history, and literature of the Middle East. The heritage of its peoples - from urban civilization to the Bible - both inspires and fascinates. Near Eastern Archaeology brings to life the ancient world from Mesopotamia to the Mediterranean with vibrant images and authoritative analyses. NEA (ISSN 1094-2076) is published four times each year (quarterly); March, June, September, and December.

Current Issue:

NEA Cover Near Eastern Archaeology 79.1 (March 2016):

The first issue of NEA for 2016 includes articles: Tell es-Sultan 2015: A Pilot Project for Archaeology in Palestine, by Lorenzo Nigro, Beyond the River Jordan: A Late Iron Age Sanctuary at Tell Damiyah, by Lucas Petit and Zeidan Kafafi, and Understanding the Land of the Bible - Gustaf Dalman and the Emergence of the German Exploration of Palestine, by Marcel Serr, and more!

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Past Issue:

NEA Cover Near Eastern Archaeology 78.4 (December 2015):

The fourth, and last, issue of NEA for 2015 includes articles: Crime and Punishment in Pharaonic Egypt, Sacred Violence: When Ancient Egyptian Punishment was Dressed as Ritual Trappings, An Early Islamic Homicide at Qasr Hallabat, Jordan, Punishment as Crime: The “Sins” of the Just Ruler in the Art of the Ancient Near East, Victims of Violence: Healing Social Ills through Mesopotamian Mortuary Practice, and more!

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View NEA 78.3 (September 2015) Special Issue on The Cultural Heritage Crisis in the Middle East for free on JSTOR

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Editors

Editor:
Thomas Schneider (University of British Columbia)

Managing Editor:
Aaron D. Rabinowitz

Book Review Editor:
Stephen C. Russell (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY)


Editorial Board:

Class of 2016
Ömür Harmansah (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Ann Marie Knoblauch (Virginia Tech)
K. Lawson Younger (Trinity International University)
Miriam Müller (Brown University)

Class of 2017
Beth Alpert Nakhai (University of Arizona)
Marica Cassis (Memorial University)
Michael Harrower (Johns Hopkins University)
Stephen Russell (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY)

Class of 2018
Emily Hammer (University of Chicago)
Richard S. Hess (Denver Seminary)
Jason Ur (Harvard University)
Tasha Vorderstrasse (University of Chicago)

All terms end on December 31st of the year listed.

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Contact

Please send submissions and editorial correspondence to:

Thomas Schneider
Professor of Egyptology and Near Eastern Studies
Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies
University of British Columbia
Buchanan C, 1866 Main Mall
Vancouver V6T 1Z1, B.C., Canada

Please send books for review and book reviews to:

Dr. Stephen C. Russell
211 Dartmouth Ave.
Swarthmore, PA 19081

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