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Ernest S. Frerichs

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W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research - Officers, Trustees, Honorary Trustees, and Consultants, 23 Sept 2013 [cached]
Ernest S. Frerichs, Dorot Foundation, Providence, RI
ASOR Newsletter Volume 47, Number 4 Winter 1997, 4 Jan 1997 [cached]
Ernest S. Frerichs
When one mentions Ernest S. Frerichs's name at an ASOR or Albright meeting and asks how to describe him in a few words, the response most likely would be: Ernie is a warm, caring, gentle person, trustworthy, with an extraordinary sense of commitment and dedication to any project he becomes associated with, and is a most wonderful and sensitive teacher. Ernie is extremely concerned about the quality of scholarship, and very supportive of the future generations of scholars. He has been responsible for helping start numerous young careers. His interests are so diverse and his breadth of knowledge so vast, that had the internet not been invented, Ernie would have been the best substitute for it, with one major difference: he would have added his own very special sensitivity to any given search.
Ernie has been associated with ASOR and with the Albright for some thirty years. He has been an ASOR Trustee since 1976. He served as Chair both of its Evaluation Committee and of the Nominating Committee, as well as a member of the Fellowship and Grants Committees. From 1993 to 1996 he was ASOR Vice President-at-large. He is currently on the Biblical Archaeologist Editorial Board. He recently was elected by the ASOR Board as an Honorary Trustee.
In addition to his long-standing involvement with ASOR, Ernie has also made an extraordinary contribution to its Jerusalem School, the Albright Institute. First elected as an AIAR Trustee in 1974, he has participated in the work of almost every AIAR committee. He first served as Secretary-Treasurer, and then from 1976 to 1982 as AIAR President. He has since been a continuing member of the Executive Committee and more recently served as Chair of the Nominating Committee. For the past fifteen years he has also been the National Co-Coordinator of the Volunteer Program and of the Consortium Relationship of the Tel Miqne-Ekron Archaeological Expedition, an excavation project affiliated with ASOR and the Albright.
Ernest S. Frerichs is a unique individual who commands the trust, admiration, respect and affection of all who know him. His career long support in dedicated work and service to ASOR and the Albright Institute is truly outstanding.
[Dr. Ernest Frerichs resides in Providence, Rhode Island. Former Dean of Graduate Studies, Professor of Religious Studies, and Director of the Judaic Studies Program at Brown University, he presently serves as Executive Director of the Dorot Foundation. ]
Finally, the Albright owes a great debt of gratitude to the late Joy Ungerleider-Mayerson, former Chairman of the Board of the Albright, and to Trustees Richard Scheuer and Ernest Frerichs.
Dorot Staff, 25 Sept 2014 [cached]
Ernest S. Frerichs
Hesed Ve-Emet: Studies in Honor of Ernest S. Frerichs by Jodi Magness and Seymour Gitin (ed.) Scholars Press: 1998
Staff, 23 Jan 2014 [cached]
Dr. Ernest S. Frerichs President 401-351-8866, ext. 14
Ernest S. Frerichs, ..., 25 Feb 2009 [cached]
Ernest S. Frerichs, president of the Dorot Foundation, was one of twenty-five individuals and foundations honored May 10 at the 25th anniversary celebration of the New Israel Fund, at the Hotel Pierre in New York City.
Ernie, executive director of the Dorot Foundation in Providence, is a former dean of Brown's graduate school, former chair of the religious studies department, and former director of the Judaic studies program.
Ernest S. Frerichs, Providence, was awarded the first Charles U. Harris Award at the annual meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), the major scholarly society for Near Eastern archaeology. The award was given in recognition of Ernie's long-term and outstanding service as an ASOR officer and trustee.
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