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    Barbara K. Altmann and Rosemary G. Feal, representatives of the Modern Language Association

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    Jack Fitzmier and David Harrington Watt, representatives of the American Academy of Religion

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American Schools of Oriental Research

Founded: 1900     Admitted to ACLS: 1998

ASOR's mission is to initiate, encourage and support research into and public understanding of the peoples and cultures of the Near East from the earliest of times: by fostering original research, archaeological excavations, and explorations; by encouraging scholarship in the basic languages, cultural histories and traditions of the Near Eastern world; by promoting the educational goals of Near Eastern studies disciplines and advocating high academic standards in teaching and interdisciplinary research; by maintaining an active program of timely dissemination of research results and conclusions; and by offering educational opportunities in Near Eastern history and archaeology to undergraduates and graduates in North American colleges and universities, and through outreach activities to the general public.

CEO Representative and Society Contact

Andrew G. Vaughn
Executive Director
American Schools of Oriental Research
asored@bu.edu

Delegate

Susan Ackerman
Dartmouth College
susan.ackerman@dartmouth.edu
term ends 12/31/2018

President

Susan Ackerman
Dartmouth College
susan.ackerman@dartmouth.edu
term ends 12/31/2017

Membership:

Individual: 1,425

Meetings:

11/16/2017 - 11/19/2017 Boston, MA
11/15/2018 - 11/18/2018 Denver, CO

American Schools of Oriental Research

American Schools of Oriental Research

656 Beacon Street, 5th Floor
Boston University
Boston, MA 02215
Tel: (617) 353-6570
Fax: (617) 353-6575


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