Departmental Seminar (New!!)

Coordinator: 
Uri Davidovich
Gadi Herzlinger
Itamar Weissbein
Mustafa Hossin
Date: 
שנתי Semester, Wednesday 12:30
Location: 
The Institute of Archaeology; Room 300

This year we reestablish the Departmental Seminar of the Institute of Archeology. The seminar will be held once every two weeks, on Wednesdays, between 12:30-14:00, and is intended for everybody – students to all degrees, academic and administrative staff, research fellows, visiting scholars, archaeologists from other institutions, and guests.

The objectives of the seminar are to explore the depth and breadth of the research activity carried out by the Institute's advanced students, staff, fellows and guests, and to create a central intellectual platform for all scholars of archaeology in the HU, crossing disciplines and fields of expertise, promoting discussion and exchange of ideas relating to the archaeological work on the widest spectrum.This year we reestablish the Departmental Seminar of the Institute of Archeology. The seminar will be held once every two weeks, on Wednesdays, between 12:30-14: 00, and is intended for everybody – students to all degrees, academic and administrative staff, research fellows, visiting scholars, archaeologists from other institutions, and guests. The objectives of the seminar are to explore the depth and breadth of the research activity carried out by the Institute's advanced students, staff, fellows and guests, and to create a central intellectual platform for all scholars of archaeology in the HU, crossing disciplines and fields of expertise, promoting discussion and exchange of ideas relating to the archaeological work on the widest spectrum.

Digging in the Archives: The first expedition to Lachish
24/10/2018
Prof. Yosef Garfinkel
The City and its Periphery in Roman Israel: Zippori as a case study
07/11/2018
Prof. Zeev Weiss
Khirbat al-Minya: From the study of the “dolce vita” of the Umayyads to the “sweet” of the Francs and those who follow
21/11/2018
Dr. Katia Cytryn-Silverman
Neanderthal or Modern Humans? New Developments in the study of the Middle Paleolithic in the Levant -Job Talk-Tenure-track position in prehistory
05/12/2018
Dr. Yossi Zaidner
In search for modern humans and the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic in the Levant: Job Talk - Tenure-track position in prehistory
12/12/2018
Dr. Omri Barzilai
From nomads to settlers – the Levantine Epipaleolithic sequence at the fishing site Jordan River Dureijat (JRD) - Job Talk
19/12/2018
Prof. Gonen Sharon
The Acropolis of Hazor in the Late Bronze Age: 30 years of research
02/01/2019
Prof. Amnon Ben-Tor
Visual renewal in the days of Akhenaten (New Kingdom, ca. 1350 BCE): The foreign connection
16/01/2019
Prof. Arlette David
The Sumerian problem? The Akkadian problem? Where is the problem?
13/03/2019
Prof. Natan Wasserman
Beit Shean / Scythopolis: Not the Greek city you have imagined
23/03/2019
Mr. Benjamin Arubas
Where are we now? Archaeology seeks a hold
10/04/2019
Dr. Asaf Nativ
Northern Israel in the 10th-9th centuries BCE: A look from Tel Rehov
01/05/2019
Prof. Amihai Mazar
Manufacturing traditional in Levantine Epipalaeolithic: A quantitative approach to variability in lithic technology
15/05/2019
Mr. Francesco Valletta
House of the Deity: A perspective from the Bronze Age in the Southern Levant
29/05/2019
Dr. Matthew Susnow
The Dead Sea Scrolls in their depositional context: new studies on the Caves of Qumran
05/06/2019
Prof. Marcello Fidanzio
Old and New: expectation, planning and reality in the study of Acheulian culture at Gesher Benot Yaaqov
19/06/2019
Prof. Naama Goren-Inbar