IW&A: project info
- View SourceAs you may have noticed ;-) I haven't updated anything in about two
months now. My recent move was a large factor in this; however, I have
also been reassessing the overall usefulness of the IW&A project under
its current format. I have been forced to reconsider whether it makes
sense for me to continue IW&A on the same basis without any meaningful
and secure funding. For over 3 years now, it has been a time-intensive
labor of love of basically one man only... It's also been
disheartening to watch Iraq fall apart at the seams, with no
improvement in sight. You could say that I was a bit burnt out...
Nevertheless, I'm not ready to just give up. As always, any ideas or
suggestions are welcome!
For hyperlinks and news, see the archived Iraq War & Archaeology site
(http://www.archaeos.org/iwa or http://iwa.univie.ac.at). This site
lists, summarizes, annotates and archives relevant news and information
regarding the Iraq War and its impact on archaeological/historical
Please call or e-mail if you have questions of substance. If you make
meaningful use of the IW&A web site, I expect you to mention it and/or
hyperlink to the web site in your articles or on your web sites. If
you wish to be removed from this occasional reminder e-mail list or
would like to suggest someone to be included, please e-mail me.
Francis Deblauwe, Lic., Ph.D.
Director & Editor, The Iraq War & Archaeology
An Archaeos, Inc., Documentation and Information Project
Archaeos, Inc., New York, USA
Research Associate / Director, IWA-Projekt
Institut für Orientalistik, Universität Wien, Austria
+1 (816) 943-6300
The Iraq War & Archaeology -- http://www.archaeos.org/iwa or
Academic Page of F. Deblauwe -- http://iwa.univie.ac.at/academic.html
Writing Page of F. Deblauwe --
Ceterum censeo Mesopotamiam antiquam muniendam esse.