For those of you who will be in this neck-of-the-woods on March 10th, 2014, save the date for the following event:
UPDATE: I’VE BEEN INFORMED THAT PARTICIPATION IN THIS WORKSHOP IS BY INVITATION ONLY DUE TO LIMITED SPACE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING AND DID NOT RECEIVE AN INVITATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE ORGANIZERS.
The Levantine Ceramic Project – 2014 Mini-Workshop 1: Israel and the Palestinian Territories which is organized by the Levantine Ceramic Project (which is directed by Andrea Berlin of BU)
The workshop will be held at the Albright Institute in Jerusalem (Salah ed-Din St.)
Needless to say, there will be a Safi representation at the workshop:
“Technological and Typological Analysis of Early Bronze Age Plastered Ware,” which will be presented by Adi Eliyahu Behar (speaking for her collaborators Itzick Shai, David Ben-Shlomo, Haskel Greenfield and yours truly).
Other papers on various topics related to ancient Levantine ceramics will be presented as well. Sounds like this will be a very interesting day!