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Biblical Archaeology Review 47:3, Fall 2021

Biblical Archaeology for the People

Bridging the Scholarly-Popular Divide

The Biblical Archaeology Society aims to educate the public about archaeology and the Bible. BAR interviewed three educators who share this vision—Eric H. Cline of the George Washington University, Melissa Cradic of the Badè Museum, and Jodi Magness of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill—on the importance of public scholarship and new directions in the field.

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