2001-2002 Fellows & Projects

Annual Professor:

Sharon Herbert (Kelsey Museum, University of Michigan), “Bulla Archive at Tel Kedesh”

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellows:

Fabian Udo (University of Notre Dame), “To Caesar What is Caesar’s: Tribute and Taxes in Early Roman Palestine”

Mark S. Becker (University of Colorado), “Reconstructing Prehistoric Settlement Patterning of Levantine Sites”

George A. Barton Fellow:

James G. Schryver (Cornell University), “The Late Phases and Destruction Sequence at the Promontory Palace at Caesarea”

Samuel H. Kress Fellow

Abigail S. Limmer (University of Arizona), “Identifying Amulets in the Southern Levant, Iron Age II”

Samuel H. Kress Joint Athens/Jerusalem Fellow:

Henrietta L. Wiley (Harvard University), “Gather to my Feast: YHWH as Sacrificer in the Biblical Prophets”

Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), Fellows [formerly known as United States Information Agency (USIA) Fellows]:

Kerry L. Adams (University of Arizona), “Toward an Archaeology of Pilgrimage: An Ethnoarchaeological Investigation of Shrine Site Evolution”

Nathaniel B. Levtow (Brown University), “Polemics Against Iconic Worship Practices in the Hebrew Biblical Tradition”

Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) Fellow/Program Coordinator:

Robert Mullins (Hebrew University), “Beth Shean During the Reign of the Eighteenth Dynasty”

Andrew W. Mellon Fellows:

Edward Dabrowa (Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland), “The Hasmoneans – Between Orthodoxy and Hellenization”

Marta Guzowska (Warsaw University, Poland), “International Taste at Levantine Communities in the Late Bronze Age”

Mihai-Liviu Petculescu (Muzeul National de Istorie al Romaniei, Romania), “Eastern Influences on the Roman Military Equipment in the 1st – 3rd Centuries A.D.”