Tag Archives: Israel

Scholarship From The Road: Archaeology and Vandalism at the Sea of Galilee

By Alyssa Beall Earlier this summer, I had the unexpected opportunity of participating in an archaeological dig on the Sea of Galilee.  Before two weeks of early, early mornings and hot days on our dig site, we had about a … Continue reading

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On the Benefits of Facebook

Many of us use Facebook for fun, to keep in touch with friends and family across the world, or to distribute propaganda that reflects our political preferences. I use it for these reasons, but also because it helps me with … Continue reading

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Two Maps

I came across two maps today. The first one is a joke; it’s titled “Europe according to the United States of America”: As far as I can tell this map is designed to poke fun at and expose American stereotypes … Continue reading

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