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Caesarea Maritima Ceramic Project: Call for Applications

Application deadline: July 15th
Start Date (estimated): September 1st, 2019
Duration: two-year postdoctoral
E-mail Submission:
The Roman/Byzantine capital of Palaestina Prima, Caesarea Maritima, is at the focus of a new archaeological research program led by NYU and NYU Tel Aviv in cooperation with Tel Aviv University and the Israel Antiquities Authority, under the patronage of the Rothschild Caesarea Foundation. As part of the project, the cultural, economic and socio-political aspects of the pottery from Caesarea will be examined by using various tools.
To co-lead this research, NYU Tel Aviv seeks applicants for a two-year postdoctoral position beginning September 1st, 2019. The applicants should satisfy the following criteria:
(1) PhD in Archaeology of the Near East;
(2) Experience in petrography on various ceramic assemblages from various geographic regions in the Southern Levant and its neighbors;
(3) Ability to synthesize archaeological and technological data with economic and socio-political dimensions of pottery production and consumption.
The two-year postdoctoral position holder will be awarded US$ 55,000
Applications should be sent to Dr. Yifat Thareani Preference will be given to applications received by July 15th


Aarhus University, The School of Culture and Society, Department of Theology Assistant or associate professor in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies

Start Date (estimated): August 01, 2019
Location: Denmark

Open Rank Search for the Endowed Alvin H. Rosenfeld Chair in Hebrew Bible (2019-20)

Submission Application: March 15, 2019
Start Date (estimated): August 01, 2019
Salary: Joint appointment at appropriate rank in the Borns Jewish Studies Program and the Department of Religious Studies
Institution: Indiana University, Bloomington Jewish Studies
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Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Biblical Studies, and Ancient World

Submission Application: October 15, 2018
Start Date (estimated): September 2019
Institution: Western Washington University
Location: Bellingham, WA

Call for assistance - Kings College Project on Dispersed Qumran Artefacts

The Journal HENOCH begins a new series with the forthcoming 2005 issue. Editorial and contact information:

Board of Directors: Gabriele Boccaccini (University of Michigan, USA); Yaron Eliav (University of Michigan, USA); Claudio Gianotto (University of Turin, Itlay); Paolo Sacchi (emeritus, University of Turin, Italy).

Secretary: Corrado Martone (University of Turin, Italy).

Editor-in-chief: Gabriele Boccaccini (University of Michigan, USA).

Secretaries: Pierpaolo Bertalotto (University of Bari, Italy); J. Harold Ellens and Ronald Ruark (University of Michigan, USA).

American Editorial Board: Matthias Henze, Associate Editor (Rice University, USA); Kelley Coblentz Bautch, News Editor (St. Edwards University, USA); Yaron Eliav, Book Review Editor (University of Michigan, USA); Charles Gieschen (Concordia University, USA); Philip Munoa (Hope College, USA).

Secretary: James Waddell (University of Michigan, USA).

European Editorial Board: Claudio Gianotto, Associate Editor (University of Turin, Italy); Piero Capelli (University of Venice, Italy); Giancarlo Lacerenza (Naples Oriental Institute, Italy); Corrado Martone, Book Review Editor (University of Turin, Italy).

Secretary: Giovanni Ibba (Central Italy Theological Seminary, Italy).

Advisory Board: John Barclay (University of Durham, UK); Andreas Bedenbender (Humboldt University, Germany); Daniel Boyarin (University of California at Berkeley, USA); Alberto Camplani (University of Rome, Italy); James H. Charlesworth (Princeton Theological Seminary, USA); Sabino Chial? (Comunit? di Bose, Italy); John J. Collins (Yale University, USA); Hanan Eshel (Bar-Ilan University, Israel); Esther Eshel (Bar-Ilan University, Israel); Lester L. Grabbe (University of Hull, UK); Martha Himmelfarb (Princeton University, USA); Giorgio Jossa (University of Naples, Italy); Richard Kalmin (Jewish Theological Seminary, USA); Adam Kamesar (Hebrew Union College, USA); Klaus Koch (University of Hamburgh, Germany); Helge Kvanvig (University of Oslo, Norway); Armin Lange (University of Vienna, Austria); Enrico Norelli (University of Geneva, Switzerland); Doron Mendels (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel); Aharon Oppenheimer (Tel-Aviv University, Israel); Andrei Orlov (Marquette University, USA); Romano Penna (Pontifical Lateran University, Vatican); Pierluigi Piovanelli (University of Ottawa, Canada); Annette Yoshiko Reed (McMaster University, Canada); Liliana Rosso Ubigli (University of Turin, Italy); Lawrence Schiffman (New York University, USA); G?nter Stemberger (University of Vienna, Austria); Loren Stuckenbruck (University of Durham, UK); David W. Suter (Saint Martin�s College, USA); Giuliano Tamani (University of Venice, Italy); Lucio Troiani (University of Pavia, Italy); James C. VanderKam (University of Notre Dame, USA); Adela Yarbro-Collins (Yale University, USA).

Articles (in English, German, French, or Italian) shall be submitted to the secretaries of either the American or the European Editorial Board:
James Waddell -, and Giovanni Ibba