ASOR Members’ Most Memorable Annual Meeting Moment

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Tags: American School of Oriental Research, Andrew Smith, annual meeting, Archaeology, ASOR, Barry Gittlen, Elise Friedland, Eric Cline, Hershel Shanks, Jeff Blakely, Joe Seger, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Memorable Moments
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ASOR’s membership spans across many fields of study. We’re fortunate to have historians, geologists, archaeologists, and so many more among our ranks. Every year, we come together to discuss discoveries in the field and our research at the ASOR Annual Meeting.

The Annual Meeting is not only a place to present scholarly work, but also a place for networking and catching up with old friends – or making new ones. It’s a place where student members and other junior scholars can present papers and posters, all while receiving feedback from seasoned professionals.

We sat down with a few of our members at the most recent Annual Meeting for a new segment on ASORtv, ASOR Interviews. We asked the question, “What was your most memorable ASOR Annual Meeting Moment?” What makes an event memorable is unique to each of us, but everyone interviewed agreed - the Annual Meeting is a place that brings people of backgrounds together.


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