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JS 259R-SAF: Fieldwork in Biblical Archaeology (same as MESAS 259R-SAF, REL 261R-SAF)(Study Abroad)
Borowski, May 30-June 25th, 2010

Course description: Emory University continues its association with the Lahav Research Project for field operations in archaeological, environmental, and ethnographic research in Israel. Students have the opportunity to participate in the excavation of Tell Halif (biblical Rimmon), located ten miles northeast of Beersheba. Through its field school, the program offers lectures, trips, and workshops in methodology, data recording and processing, and other aspects of field archaeology.

Particulars: Participants will receive a reading list prior to departure. Grading is based on evaluation of fieldwork by area and field supervisors and two examinations given during the summer.

For more information, please visit CIPA's JS 259R Summer Study Abroad information page.

 

JS 325-SAF, 370-SAF: Israeli Land and Culture on Location (Study Abroad)(same as MESAS 325-SAF, 390SAF), May 31st-July 2nd, 2010
Hary

Course description: The program guides students through Israel for 6 weeks investigating a whole range of topics that included archaeology and antiquities, political and social life, the economy, education, army life, language and literature, folklore, the arts, nature, and religious issues. The Emory group of students visits Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Nazareth, the Galilee and the Golan, the Negev, several kibbutzim, development towns and various different ethnic and religious communities.

For more information, please visit CIPA's Israeli Studies information page.

 

 

 

 

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