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Pamela Gaber

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University of Arizona

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University of Arizona

888 N. Euclid Ave. Room 413

Tucson, Arizona,85721

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Art History

University of New Hampshire


Professor

Lycoming College


Director of Education

Congregation B'nai Yisrael


Director

Expedition


Affiliations

American Archaeology Abroad

Board Member


U. of Arizona

NEH Fellow


Education

University of Wisconsin


Bachelor's Degree

Hebrew and Semitic Studies


Master's Degree

Department of Fine Arts


Ph.D.


Ph.D.

Department of Fine Arts


doctorate

Harvard University


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NCC8: Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology: 2009

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Dr. Pamela Gaber, director of the Lycoming College dig at Idalion in Cyprus, and professor of archaeology and Judaic studies, will present on Public Outreach.
This will be one presentation in the Northcentral Archaeology, Chapter 8 lecture series. Families with school-aged children are encouraged to attend. Gaber earned a Ph.D. from Harvard University with a specialization in ancient art of the Near East. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on the sculpture of ancient Idalion. She has participated in archaeological field work for more than 30 years, and has directed excavations at Idalion since 1987. Gaber spent seven years as a professor of art history at the University of New Hampshire. She has also served on the faculty at the University of Arizona, where she taught Near Eastern humanities. She is recognized throughout Cyprus as an expert in typology and pottery chronology-the tracing of the development of pottery types over time. The author of several books and numerous publications, Gaber's "Excavations on the East Acropolis of Idalion" was published in December 2007. She recently authored a children's book, "Daily Life in Bible Times: What Archaeology Tells Us." Gaber teaches senior seminar in archaeological theory and courses in Judaic studies, but she will also continue to conduct her field school each summer.


NCC8: Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology

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Pamela Gaber, director of the Lycoming College dig at Idalion in Cyprus, and professor of archaeology and Judaic studies, will present on Public Outreach.
This will be one presentation in the Northcentral Archaeology, Chapter 8 lecture series. Families with school-aged children are encouraged to attend.Gaber earned a Ph.D. from Harvard University with a specialization in ancient art of the Near East. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on the sculpture of ancient Idalion. She has participated in archaeological field work for more than 30 years, and has directed excavations at Idalion since 1987. Gaber spent seven years as a professor of art history at the University of New Hampshire. She has also served on the faculty at the University of Arizona, where she taught Near Eastern humanities. She is recognized throughout Cyprus as an expert in typology and pottery chronologyâ€"the tracing of the development of pottery types over time.The author of several books and numerous publications, Gaber’s “Excavations on the East Acropolis of Idalionâ€� was published in December 2007. She recently authored a children’s book, “Daily Life in Bible Times: What Archaeology Tells Us.â€�Gaber teaches senior seminar in archaeological theory and courses in Judaic studies, but she will also continue to conduct her field school each summer.Northcentral Chapter 8 is the Lycoming County chapter of The Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology, Inc. which was organized in 1929 to: Promote the study of the prehistoric and historic archaeological resources of Pennsylvania and neighboring states; Encourage scientific research and discourage exploration which is unscientific or irresponsible in intent or practice; Promote the conservation of archaeological sites, artifacts, and information; Encourage the establishment and maintenance of sources of archaeological information such as museums, societies, and educational programs; Promote the dissemination of archaeological knowledge by means of publications and forums; Foster the exchange of information between the professional and the avocational archaeologists.More information about the local chapter, Northcentral 8, also is available online at www.PennArchaeology.com, or by calling Robin Van Auken, 916-0026.


NCC8: Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology: Biblical Scholar at NCC8

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Dr. Pamela Gaber, director of the Lycoming College dig at Idalion in Cyprus, and professor of archaeology and Judaic studies, will present on Public Outreach.
This will be one presentation in the Northcentral Archaeology, Chapter 8 lecture series. Families with school-aged children are encouraged to attend. Gaber earned a Ph.D. from Harvard University with a specialization in ancient art of the Near East. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on the sculpture of ancient Idalion. She has participated in archaeological field work for more than 30 years, and has directed excavations at Idalion since 1987. Gaber spent seven years as a professor of art history at the University of New Hampshire. She has also served on the faculty at the University of Arizona, where she taught Near Eastern humanities. She is recognized throughout Cyprus as an expert in typology and pottery chronology-the tracing of the development of pottery types over time. The author of several books and numerous publications, Gaber's "Excavations on the East Acropolis of Idalion" was published in December 2007. She recently authored a children's book, "Daily Life in Bible Times: What Archaeology Tells Us." Gaber teaches senior seminar in archaeological theory and courses in Judaic studies, but she will also continue to conduct her field school each summer.


1998 ASOR Annual Meeting: Academic Program

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6) Pamela Gaber (University of Arizona), "Adonis in Cyprus."(20 mins)


Principal Pamela Gaber

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Pamela Gaber, Ph.D.Principal Pamela GaberCongregation B'nai YisraelPamela Gaber, Ph.D., Educator Pamela Gaber was born in Chicago, Illinois, where she was confirmed in the North Shore Congregation Israel under Rabbi Dr. Edgar Siskin, who had a Ph.D. in anthropology, and was a strong influence on her early in life.She went to the University of Wisconsin to study anthropology as an undergraduate, spending her junior year at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.She graduated in 1970 with a Bachelor's Degree in Hebrew and Semitic Studies.In 1970 she went to Harvard University, where she spent three years in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Literatures.In 1973, she moved to the Department of Fine Arts, where she completed a Master's Degree in 1975, with a thesis on Persian and Central Asian art, and a Ph.D. in 1982 in Ancient Art and Archaeology.She has published a book and numerous articles on the art and archaeology of Cyprus, where she has been excavating since 1972.After teaching for 7 years at the University of New Hampshire, she married William Dever and moved to Tucson, Arizona where he was a professor at the University of Arizona.She taught Middle Eastern Humanities in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at the University of Arizona in Tucson from 1991 until the spring of 1994.The focus of her archaeology and research for the last few years has been the nature of the religions of the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean.Recent discoveries at her site, Idalion on Cyprus, point to similarities with the religion of pre-Biblical Israel.Dr. Gaber became Director of Education at Temple Emanu-El in Tucson in July of 1996.In 1999 she attended the Para-rabbinic Fellows' Course at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, receiving her Para-rabbinic Certificate in July of that year.In August of 2001 she came to Armonk to assume the role of Educator of our Religious School.Contact UsCalendar in PDFPrincipal Pamela Gaber


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