Though laity and scholars of other disciplines may not know them, most scholars involved in biblical studies will probably be … Continue reading Trustworthy, Freely Available Primary Sources for Biblical Studies
This post has grown out of a Twitter thread in which I addressed a criticism that myself and my husband … Continue reading The Value of Digital Outreach
There has been a big push in recent years to make more academic research and resources openly-available. This is fantastic … Continue reading Online Resources for Ancient Mesopotamia?
John Sigmier, Ph.D. student at Pennsylvania University, gives us an insight into an ongoing project to display 3D models of … Continue reading The Importance of Uncertainty: VR Reconstructions of Ancient Buildings
I recently attended the 2018 ASOR conference (one of the main conferences for my field in the United States), and … Continue reading Scholarship in 3D: 3D scanning and printing at ASOR 2018
I ended my last post with the assertion that inscribed objects are found in the ‘wrong’ building – that is, … Continue reading Proceed with Caution! Identifying Structures using Royal Inscriptions (Part 2)
I’m going to preface this post with a note that I am NOT an archaeologist. I have taken archaeology classes, … Continue reading Proceed with Caution! Identifying Structures using Royal Inscriptions (Part 1)