A new article in which Louise Hitchcock and yours truly discuss our recent, somewhat revolutionary perspectives on the development of the Philistine culture (“Beyond Creolization and Hybridity: Entangled and Transcultural Identities in Philistia”) is about to appear in the Archaeological Review from Cambridge (ARC). The article will be published in a special issue that will deal with the fascinating topic of cultural mixing, and there are several very interesting studies, including by two people connected to the Safi project, Philipp Stockhammer (Heidelberg) and Yigal Levin (BIU).
See below the cover of the soon-to-appear issue (courtesy of Louise):
P.S. The full citation of the article is: Hitchcock, L. A., and Maeir, A. M. 2013. Beyond Creolization and Hybridity: Entangled and Transcultural Identities in Philistia. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 28.1 : 51-72.