Agnès Garcia-Ventura Kicks Off the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting Session Videos

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Tags: Agnes Garcia-Ventura, annual meeting, ASOR, ASORTV, Assyriology, Baltimore, Friends of ASOR, Postfeminism
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This year, at the 2013 ASOR Annual Meeting, we decided to try something new. We asked for volunteers to come in and reread their papers on camera. Our goal was to promote all the great academic content that can be experienced every year at the ASOR Annual Meeting.

The idea was well received, and in the coming months we will bring you several videos ranging from interviews with board members to papers read during sessions. We encourage you to subscribe to our YouTube channel, ASORtv, to stay up to date on all the latest ASOR videos.

We believe this will be a great resource for all Friends of ASOR!

So sit back and enjoy as Agnès Garcia-Ventura reads her paper, “Judith Butler’s Principles and Ur III Texts: Some Proposals to Combine Postfeminism and Assyriology.”

If you haven’t signed up to be a Friend of ASOR yet, do! It’s FREE and we’re currently in the process of revamping our resource page. In addition to gaining access to those great resources and more, you’ll receive the Ancient Near East Today every month for free. Just click the link above to find out more and sign up!

We’re really excited about the upcoming year. Plus, we’re already accepting papers for the 2014 ASOR Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA! We hope to see you there to make this coming year the largest Annual Meeting yet!

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