Ancient Israel Archaeology Lecture

October 11, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Doris Duke Theatre Honolulu Museum of Arts

An Illustrated Lecture

Professor Avraham Faust, Bar-Ilan University, Israel The time of Israel's foundation and emergence of its ethnic identity are among the most disputed problems in biblical archaeology. The archaeological and biblical accounts often disagree. The lecture will examine the archaeological evidence in order to learn about the processes that accompanied Israel's ethnogenesis and then discuss the changing nature of the relations between the different groups that existed in Canaan at the time (Israelites, Canaanites and Philistines. Sponsored by Archaeological Institute of America

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LLEA, Mānoa Campus

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Thursday, October 11

7:30am Maui Campus, Pilina Bldg., Wellness Center
8:00am Mānoa Campus, Art Auditorium
10:00am Mānoa Campus, Campus Center
10:00am Mānoa Campus, Campus Center
11:00am Maui Campus, The Great Lawn
11:30am Mānoa Campus, Sinclair Library, Honors Lounge
12:00pm Mānoa Campus, 325 Henke Hall
12:30pm Mānoa Campus, Law School CR 1
12:30pm Mānoa Campus, Sinclair Library, Honors Lounge
1:00pm Honolulu Campus, HCC-Building 6- First Floor Conference Room
1:30pm Mānoa Campus, BUSAD D301
3:00pm Mānoa Campus, McCarthy Mall - Art Department, Hamilton Library, Kennedy Theatre
3:00pm Mānoa Campus, MSB 100
5:00pm Windward Campus, Hale Akoakoa 105
6:00pm Mānoa Campus, Architecture Auditorium
6:15pm Mānoa Campus, Campus Center Room 308
7:30pm Doris Duke Theatre Honolulu Museum of Arts
8:00pm Mānoa Campus, Prime Time in the Earle Ernst Lab Theatre