Check out the latest issue of the Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections with papers by Katharina Streit and Ann-Kathrin Jeske on the presence of Egyptians in the southern Levant during the New Kingdom, by Lyndelle Webster et al. on Lachish, Papyrus Hermitage 1116A and radiocarbon dating, and by Felix Höflmayer on the expulsion of the Hyksos in light of recent radiocarbon dating. Many thanks to Susan Cohen (Montana State University) and Matthew Adams (Albright Institute) for editing this special issue of JAEI!
Also check out Felix’ and Katharina’s chapter on radiocarbon dating and social archaeology in the brand new volume “The Social Archaeology of the Levant. From Prehistory to the Present” edited by Assaf Yasur-Landau, Eric Cline and Yorke Rowan and published by Cambridge University Press!
The University of Arizona just published a special issue of the Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections, edited by Felix Höflmayer and Susan L. Cohen on “Chronological Conundrums”:
Höflmayer, F. and S. L. Cohen, (eds.). 2017. Chronological Conundrums. Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 13. ISSN: 1944-2815.
The issue assembles papers that were given at the member-organized session “The Middle Bronze Age in the Southern Levant Revisited: Chronology and Connections” organized by Felix Höflmayer and Susan Cohen at the Annual Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research 2016.
The issue includes papers by Felix Höflmayer; Susan L. Cohen; Steven Falconer and Patricia Fall; Eric H. Cline, Assaf Yasur-Landau, and Andrew Koh; Matthew J. Adams; Katharina Streit; and Sturt W. Manning, Gojko Barjamovic, and Brita Lorentzen.