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Lycoming College

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Lycoming College

700 College Place

Williamsport, Pennsylvania,17701

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1812 and celebrating its bicentennial during the 2011-12 academic year, Lycoming College is a national liberal arts and sciences school dedicated to the undergraduate education of 1,400 students. It offers 35 academic majors and is recognized as a T...more

Background Information

Employment History

Faculty

University of Arizona


Assistant Professor of Art History

University of New Hampshire


Affiliations

Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute

Trustee


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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Trustees - CAARI

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Pamela Gaber
Dr. Pamela Gaber, Professor of Archaeology and Religion at Lycoming College, is a world-renowned expert in sculpture typology and pottery chronology (the tracking of the development of pottery types). After earning a Ph.D. in ancient art and archaeology from Harvard University, Gaber spent seven years as an assistant professor of art history at the University of New Hampshire. She also served on the faculty at the University of Arizona, where she taught Near Eastern studies. Gaber is the author of several publications, most recently the volume Idalion III: Excavations on the Terrace of the East Acropolis and a children's book, Daily Life in Bible Times: What Archaeology Tells Us. In 2008 she published an article, "The History of History: Excavations at Idalion and the Changing History of a City Kingdom," in Near Eastern Archaeology vol. 71 nos. 1-2 March-June 2008. This article, whose focus is our changing understanding of history, has been picked up by the Encyclopedia Brittanica Online. Her most recent article, "Urbanization on Cyprus: The View from Idalion," is in press with the Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research. During the fall semester, Gaber teaches the senior seminar Archaeological Theory and Method, and two courses in ancient art alternating with two courses in Judaic studies. She is a firm believer in field work training for undergraduates in archaeology. Each summer she directs the Lycoming College Expedition to Idalion from her home in Alambra, Cyprus. Gaber is the Director of the Lycoming College Excavation at Idalion Cyprus. She began her excavating career digging in Israel for several years. She has been directing the excavations and field school at Idalion since 1987.


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Dr. Pamela Gaber
Lycoming College Director, Lycoming College Expedition to Idalion, Cyprus Dr. Pamela Gaber is a Professor of Archaeology and Religion at Lycoming College and a world-renowned expert in sculpture typology and pottery chronology. She earned a Ph.D. in ancient art and archaeology from Harvard University after which she spent time on the faculties of the University of New Hampshire and University of Arizona before joining Lycoming. Gaber is the author of several publications, most recently the volume Idalion III: Excavations on the Terrace of the East Acropolis and a children's book, Daily Life in Bible Times: What Archaeology Tells Us. In 2008 she published an article, "The History of History: Excavations at Idalion and the Changing History of a City Kingdom," in Near Eastern Archaeology vol. 71 nos. 1-2 March-June 2008. This article, whose focus is our changing understanding of history, has been picked up by the Encyclopedia Brittanica Online. Dr. Gaber began her excavating career in Israel before moving to Cyprus. She has been the director of the Expedition to Idalion excavations and field school-under the sponsorship of various universities-since 1984.


Kition-Bamboula VI: Le sanctuaire sous la colline | American Journal of Archaeology

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Pamela Gaber
Pamela Gaber Lycoming College gaber@lycoming.edu Reviewed by Pamela Gaber American Journal of Archaeology Vol. 121, No. 2 (April 2017)


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It's all about what she and others have discovered by digging in the Holy Land. By Pamela Gaber, Valerie Woelfel


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The reviewer will be Dr. Pamela Gaber, professor of archaeology and religion at Lycoming College.
Gaber, born and raised in the Chicago area, has a Ph.D. in ancient art and archaeology from Harvard University. A renowned expert in sculpture typology and pottery chronology, Gaber is fluent in Hebrew. She has done excavation in Israel and Cyprus for many years. Each summer she directs the Lycoming College Expedition to Idation from her home in Alambra, Cyprus.


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