This summer, from July 2nd to August 9th, Professor Sarah Stroup will again lead the UW Tel Dor Excavations and Field School. Returning from a year off for publication and research, the UW team will rejoin with the host teams from Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and University of Haifa, to resume excavation in the southern areas of the tell, and to open new areas to the north. Professor Stroup was once again fortunate to have received a generous $20,000 grant from the Samis Foundation; as before, this money will be used to help subsidize staff participation, and to provide up to 12 partial scholarships for participating students. Thank you, Samis—we can't wait to get back in the dirt!
For a recent news story about Tel Dor in the Newsletter of the Stroum Jewish Studies Program click here.
You might also be interested in this story here, posted to jtnews.com
For information on Professor Stroup's Field School at Dor and application information, click here.
In the photo above: Jessica Kapteyn, a graduate student in Classics and one of the 2011 Samis Scholars
Here are two more photos (taken by Lang Gito), showing the 2011 UW team and the 2011 Samis
scholars and staff beneficiaries: