My wife and I are attending the ASOR Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. This is one of several professional organizations for Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies that meet in a different U.S. city every November to share results and research. It is also an opportunity for archaeologists and other scholars to network and shop for books directly from the publishers.
I have been a member of ASOR (American Schools of Oriental Research) for a number of years, though this is only the third time being able to attend the Annual Meeting. ther professional organizations with similar interests such as SBL (Society for Biblical Literature), ETS (Evangelical Theological Society), and others meet around the same time every November. Each year some scholars stay around and present for two or three of these groups on different days.
ASOR is the most archaeologically-based of these groups, and most of the presentations I’ve attended relate…
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