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We've just received our first copies of "Archaeologies of Text: Archaeology, Technology, and Ethics," edited by Matthew T. Rutz and Morag Kersel. They're beautiful!

Available now from Oxbow Books (http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/archaeologies-of-text.html) and Casemate Academic (http://www.oxbowbooks.com/dbbc/archaeologies-of-text.html).
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Class is in session!  "Archaeology's Dirty Little Secrets," Sue Alcock's FREE online archaeology course, is now up and running.  It's not too late to join in. New and improved views of Sue's incredibly messy office! More thoughts on whether an apple is an artifact! And there may possibly even be photos of Paxil the archaeology dog wearing a pith helmet... Sign up now! And tell your friends!

https://www.coursera.org/course/secrets
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The latest issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on the "Joukowsky Institute Publications" (JIP) series, International Archaeology Day, a new field project in Sardinia, using RTI to reveal a relief on an Old Kingdom block, and our competition for accessible archaeological writing, “Archaeology for the People”: 
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Congratulations to Dr. Knodell! Alex R. Knodell successfully defended his doctoral dissertation, "Small World Networks and Mediterranean Dynamics in the Euboean Gulf: An Archaeology of Complexity in Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Greece," on Monday, April 15th.
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JIAAW calls for abstracts for "Ancient Pyrotechnology: Materials Science Investigations into Archaeomaterials," a graduate symposium to be held in Fall 2013:
This symposium on ancient pyrotechnology will explore the multitude of materials science investigations into archaeomaterials. By moving away from the ideals of stylistic typologies and evaluating mat...
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The Joukowsky Institute invites applications for the position of Postdoctoral Fellow in Archaeology:
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The Spring/Summer issue of "Inventory", the newsletter of the Joukowsky Institute, is now available online, with stories on Laurel Bestock's new field project in the Sudan, the Institute's recent symposium on archaeology in Turkey, ARCH 1715's installation recreating the terracotta warriors of the First Emperor's tomb, Sue Alcock's visit to Davos, the Arts of Rome's Provinces seminar, and three new doctors of archaeology.
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The deadline for Archaeology for the People less than two weeks away! But that's still plenty of time to submit your entry for our accessible archaeological writing competition -- and potentially win $5,000. The full rules are online, at http://proteus.brown.edu/archforthepeoplecompetition:
Archaeology for the People: The Joukowsky Institute Competition for Accessible Archaeological Writing. As archaeologists, we write for each other in journal articles, book chapters, monographs, and other forums, using language that makes sense to fellow members of the profession.
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The Joukowsky Institute announces a competition for accessible and engaging articles that showcase any aspect of archaeology of potential interest to a wide readership.  We offer a prize of $5,000 to the winner.

The deadline is September 1, 2014. Details and rules are on our website.

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Archaeology for the People: The Joukowsky Institute Competition for Accessible Archaeological Writing. As archaeologists, we write for each other in journal articles, book chapters, monographs, and other forums, using language that makes sense to fellow members of the profession.
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Emily Booker, Samuel Crenshaw, and Samantha Lash have accepted Brown University's offer of admission to the doctoral program in Archaeology for Fall 2013.  Welcome to JIAAW, Emily, Sam, and Sam!
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Congratulations to Dr. Leppard! Thomas P. Leppard successfully defended his doctoral dissertation, "The Logics of Island Life: The Archaeology of Movement, Distance, and Settlement in the Neolithic Aegean and Ceramic Age Lesser Antilles," on Monday, April 1st.
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Tomorrow is the Day of Archaeology 2012!

The Day of Archaeology 2012 aims to give a window into the daily lives of archaeologists. Sign up at http://www.dayofarchaeology.com to document your day on Friday, June 29, 2012 -- through any medium -- for publication on their website. 
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Brown University's Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World promotes the investigation, understanding, and enjoyment of the archaeology and art of the ancient Mediterranean, Egypt, and Western Asia.
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The Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, at Brown University, is dedicated to the academic study and public promotion of the archaeology and art of the ancient Mediterranean, Egypt, and Western Asia (the latter broadly construed as extending from Anatolia and the Levant to the Caucasus, and including the territories of the ancient Near East); our principal research interests lie in the complex societies of the pre-modern era.

Although the core efforts of the Joukowsky Institute are archaeological in nature and are located within this broadly defined zone, close ties with all individuals interested in the ancient world, and with archaeologists of all parts of the globe, are welcome and actively encouraged.

Established in 2004, the Joukowsky Institute incorporates and amplifies the activities of Brown’s former Center for Old World Archaeology and Art. A new director, Susan E. Alcock, took up her appointment in 2006, and the Institute is presently in a period of rapid curricular innovation and faculty expansion.

The goal of the Institute is to foster an interdisciplinary community of interest in the archaeology of the ancient world, and in the discipline of archaeology more generally. Its mandate is to promote research, fieldwork, teaching, and public outreach, with the Institute’s associated faculty, students, and facilities serving as a hub for this activity.