Family and Children in the Archaeology of the Hebrew Bible

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Rona Lewis to talk on Family and Children in the Archaeology of the Hebrew Bible

When:  Tuesday, November 13th, 2018
Time:  2:00 - 3:15pm
Where: College of Education, Room 010.
 

 

Dr. Rona Avissar Lewis is a tenure-track Lecturer in Archaeology in
the Bible Studies Department, at the David Yellin Academic College of
Education in Jerusalem. She is also a Lecturer in Archaeology at the
Mechina of the Rothberg International School, Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, and in the Master's Degree Unit of the Jewish Studies
Department in the Ono Academic College in Israel. Apart from her
academic activities, Rona is also a field archaeologist and has
excavated at numerous ancient sites, as well as directing many
salvage excavation operations. Currently, she is a Co-Director of the
Landscape of Hattin Archaeological Project (the University of Haifa).
Rona was the winner of the prestigious Bahat Prize for 2013 in the
category of “Best Hebrew non-fiction manuscript” for her publication
"Children in Antiquity - Archaeological Perspectives on Children and
Childhood in the Land of Israel."