Living in the Past? Keeping Up-To-Date in Ancient Near Eastern Studies

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Kletter , R 2020 , Living in the Past? Keeping Up-To-Date in Ancient Near Eastern Studies . in Ł Niesiołowski-Spanò & E Pfoh (eds) , Biblical Narratives, Archaeology and Historicity : Essays in Honour of Thomas L. Thompson . Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies , no. 680 , T & T Clark , London , pp. 10-21 .

Title: Living in the Past? Keeping Up-To-Date in Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Author: Kletter, Raz
Editor: Niesiołowski-Spanò, Łukasz; Pfoh, Emanuel
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Faculty of Theology
Publisher: T & T Clark
Date: 2020
Number of pages: 12
Belongs to series: Biblical Narratives, Archaeology and Historicity Essays in Honour of Thomas L. Thompson
Belongs to series: Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies
ISBN: 978-0-5676-8656-5
978-0-5676-8657-2
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/318091
Abstract: The burden of keeping up-to-date with the literature in ANE and Biblical Studies; information overload; 'light' reading produces 'light' research; serendipity; interdisciplinarity; cooperation; examples for gaps of many years in up-dating between different disciplines.
Subject: 615 History and Archaeology
Archaeology
Literature
Information overload
reading habits
Old Testament studies
Ethnicity
Nationality
Interdisciplinarity
Neo-evolutionary
serendipity
'light' reading
Library Services
614 Theology
Information overload
reading habits
Old Testament studies
ethnicity
interdisciplinarity
serendipity
'light' reading
Library Services
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