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THE GERALD AVERAY WAINWRIGHT FUND

FOR NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY

Links

General links:

The Khalili Research Centre for the Art and Material Culture of the Middle East

The Oriental Institute

The Ashmolean Museum

The Pitt Rivers Museum

The University of Oxford

Current Archaeology

British Archaeology

Antiquity Magazine

British Association for Near Eastern Archaeology (BANEA)

The Barakat Trust

Seminars and articles by previous Wainwright grantees:

(the Board is always happy to receive news and articles from previous grantees - please email any details)

www.senegalprehistoryproject.moonfruit.com - grantee Eleanor Scerri's project 'The Aterian in North West Africa'.

Broadening Horizons - 3rd Conference of Young Researchers working in the Near East (Ferran Borrell Tena) - all papers available for purchase from publisher at http://publicacions.uab.es/llibres/col_leccions_llibres.asp?cols_ID=34 Papers from Ferran Borrell available below:

1. Broadening Horizons 3. Conference of Young Researchers Working in the Ancient Near East

2. Borrell et al - Quo Vadis young researcher?

-NEW EVIDENCE CONCERNING THE NEOLITHISATION PROCESS OF THE CENTRAL SYRIAN DESERT: THE NEOLITHIC COMPLEX OF MAMARRUL NASR - Ferran BORRELL (with É. BOËDA, M. MOLIST, H. AL-SHAKEL and O. VICENTE) in Paléorient, vol. 37.2, p. 35-46.

-Social Complexity in the Southern Levantine PPNB as Reflected through Lithic Studies. The Bidirectional Blade Industries. Oxford (BAR Int. Ser. 2180). 194 p. By Ferran BORRELL (with O. Barzilai) in RECENSIONS, Paléorient, vol. 37.2, p. 205.

Understanding the archaeological record of Domuztepe, Turkey - Ben Gearey at al, American Journal of Archaeology

The occurrence of a new species of Gomphocythere in the Holocene of S.E. Turkey - Ben Gearey et al, Journal of Micropalaeontology

The State of the Stone - Terminologies, Continuities and Contexts in Near Eastern Lithics - Ferran Borrell, two articles recently published in SENEPSE vol 13

Scuola Estiva Internazionale di Preistoria Europea - Ferran Borrell, Prehistory seminar, Sicily, July 29th 2011

Bi-directional Neolithic blade technology in the northern Levant - Ferran Borrell, article in Journal of Field Archaeology

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