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News@ASOR is a bimonthly e-newsletter News@ASOR bannertailored to the interests of ASOR members. The e-newsletter delivers updates on events in the field, organizational news, and highlights from the ASOR Blog. News@ASOR is supported by the generosity of the Kershaw Family Trust.

The goals of the e-newsletter are to:

  • Promote the ASOR Blog
  • Disseminate organizational news
  • Keep members updated about their membership status and renewal schedule
  • Share upcoming deadlines such as ASOR fellowship application due dates and Annual Meeting paper submission due dates
  • Encourage a sense of community among ASOR members
  • Highlight the activities of ASOR's committees

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ANE Today bannerThe Ancient Near East Today. This monthly e-newsletter is a platform that disseminates ideas, insights, and discoveries to Friends of ASOR. You can become a Friend for free, you only need to register. The Ancient Near East Today is delivered to your inbox on the second Tuesday of each month and features links to exclusive contributions from scholars, a forum featuring debates on interpretations of findings from the field, and links to news, and resources. The ANE Today covers the entire Near East, and each issue presents discussions ranging from the state of biblical archaeology to archaeology after the Arab Spring. Sign up today!

Past Issues

 

The ASOR Newsletter presents brief summariesASOR Newsletter banner of research work done under the auspices of ASOR, and reports on the various activities of ASOR's overseas centers in Amman, Jerusalem, and Nicosia. Issues may also contain announcements of various scholarly seminars, the ASOR Annual Meeting, and fellowship opportunities. The Newsletter is published regularly, with approximately 16 pages per issue.

Editor: Andrew G. Vaughn
Associate Editor: Britta Abeln
Layout: Jennifer Ste. Marie

Current Issue: Winter 2012 [62.4]

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