Fellows Awarded 2012–2013

2012–2013 Fellowship Awardees Announcement

National Endowment for The Humanities Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship

Jennie Ebeling (Archaeology and Art History, University of Evansville)
Bread Culture in Jordan: A Study of Women’s Changing Roles in Bread Production in the 21st Century

ACOR Publication Fellowship

Burton MacDonald (Religious Studies, St. Francis Xavier University)
Historical Archaeology of the Southern Trans-Jordanian Plateau and the Northern and Central Arabah

Jennifer C. Groot Fellowship

Lindsay Holman (Undergraduate, History, North Carolina State University)
Petra North Ridge Project

Tareq Ramadan (Graduate student, Anthropology/Archaeology, Wayne State University)
Brown University Petra Archaeological Project

Bert and Sally de Vries Fellowship

Jonathan Paige (Applying to graduate school in Archaeology and Anthropology)
El-Hemmeh Project

Harrell Family Fellowship

Jordan Pickett (Graduate student, Art and Archaeology of the Mediterranean World, University of Pennsylvania)
Jarash – Late Antique and Islamic Periods

Pierre and Patricia Bikai Fellowship

Teresa Wilson (Graduate student, Anthropology, University of Arkansas)
Health, Nutrition, and Disease: A Study of the Developmental Features and Defects of Teeth from Four Bronze Age, Roman, and Byzantine Cemeteries in Northern Jordan

James A. Sauer Fellowship

Enas Al Zoubi (Graduate Student, Archaeology of Ancient Arab Civiliations, Hashemite University)
The Art and Technology of Mosaics in Madaba during the Byzantine Period

MacDonald/Sampson Fellowship

Michael Fergusson (Graduate Student, Classical Studies, Queen’s University)
Wadi Hafir Photographic Survey

Kenneth W. Russell Fellowship

Khawlah Al Lahasih (Graduate Student, Physical Anthropology, Yarmouk University)
The Examination of Decayed Corpses at the National Institute for Forensic Medicine (NIFM), Jordan: A Forensic Anthropological Analysis

Frederick-Wenger Jordanian Educational Fellowship

Heba Sawalmeh (Gratduate student, Archaeology of Ancient Arab Civilization, Hashemite University)
Organic and Functional Analysis of Early Bronze I and Iron Age II Pottery from North and Central Jordan

ACOR Jordanian Graduate Student Scholarship

Asem Abu Doleh (Graduate student, Tourism, Yarmouk University)
MICE Events in Jordan—Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions

Afaf Zeyadeh(Graduate Student, Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University)
Thesis topic not selected; coursework stage

Ghassan Nagagreh (Graduate Student, Archaeology, Yarmouk University)
Iron Age I (1200–1000 B.C.) Settlement Patterns in the Highlands of Palestine

Hassan Alyassin (Graduate Student, Archaeology of Ancient Arab Civilizations, Hashemite University) Jneneh, az-Zarqa Project

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