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  • Jim West
    May 30, 2011
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      list folk may be interested in this announcement-

      The Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures of
      Tel Aviv University, in cooperation with TAU's School for Overseas
      Students (OSP), is pleased to announce two $5,000 scholarships for
      international students in the new one year international program for
      overseas M.A. students - Archaeology and History of the Land of the

      The new MA program (and a credit program for Ph.D. students) is the
      first of its kind in Israel, providing an exclusive window into the
      fields of archaeology and the history of ancient Israel. Students
      will study the period starting at the end of the 2nd millennium BCE
      up through to the Muslim conquest in the 7th century CE and explore
      a variety of issues through lectures, seminars, field trips, study
      of the Bible and Modern Hebrew, and hands-on participation in
      archaeological excavations.

      For the upcoming academic year, starting October 30, 2011, two
      $5,000 scholarships will be awarded to two outstanding students who
      wish to broaden their knowledge and understanding of ancient Israel.
      The scholarships will be granted to students chosen by an academic
      committee (Profs. Israel Finkelstein, Oren Tal and Oded Lipschits),
      based on submitted academic CVs, final transcripts from students'
      previous academic institutions and an abstract of final papers or

      To find out more about the program and to apply for scholarships
      please visit the temporary homepagehere

      Or Contact the Program director - Ms. Nadin Reshef
      (nadin.reshef@...). Applications should be submitted no later
      than *August 31, 2011*.

      Via Israel Finkelstein

      Jim West, ThD
      Petros, TN

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