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Publications

Monographs

  • Jordan in the Late Middle Ages: Transformation of the Mamluk Frontier. Chicago: Middle East Documentation Center, University of Chicago, Chicago Studies on the Middle East Monograph Series, 2011 (in print).
  • Reflections of Empire: Archaeological and Ethnographic Studies on the Pottery of the Ottoman Levant,, ed.Bethany J. Walker. Boston: ASOR, Annual of the American School of Oriental Research, #64, 2009.

 

Edited works

  • Reflections of Empire: Archaeological and Ethnographic Studies on the Pottery of the Ottoman Levant, Boston: ASOR, Annual of the American School of Oriental Research, #64, 2009.
  • Le pouvoir à l’âge des sultanats dans le Bilâd al-Shâm, Proceedings from the IFPO-ACOR Conference of same title, 13-15 May 2005, Amman; Damascus: Institut Français du Proche Orient, 2007, in French and English, in print and co-edited with Jean-François Salles, IFPO. Published under Bulletin des Études Orientales 57, supplement (2008); Damascus.
  • Mamluk Studies Review 11.1 (2007), special volume on the Mamluk provinces.

 

Articles

  • “The Struggle over Water: Evaluating the ‘Water Culture’ of Syrian Peasants under MamlukRule”. Pp. 287-310 (Ch. 14).in Developing Perspectives in Mamluk History , ed. Yuval Ben-Bassat. (Brill, 2017).
  • “Tall Hisban 2013 and 2014 Excavation Seasons: Exploration of the Medieval Village and Long-Term Water Systems”. Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 58 (2014-2015): 483-523.   (co-written with Robert Bates, Jeff Hudon, and Øystein LaBianca, with Walker as lead author) – came out in 2017
  • “Archäologie”, pp. 837-846 in Bonner Enzyklopädie der Globalität, ed. Ludger Kühnhardt and Tilman Mayer. (Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. 2017).
  • “Early Ottoman/Late Islamic I/post-Mamluk: What are the archaeological traces of the 16th century in Syria?” pp. 321-344 in The Mamluk-Ottoman Transition: Continuity and Change in Egypt and Bilad al-Sham in the Sixteenth Century, ed. Stephan Conermann and Gül Şen (University of Bonn Press, 2017).
  • “Plant pathways: a new methodological approach to using seed impressions in ṭābūn fragments to understand the food economy in Mamluk Tall Ḥisbān”, co-authored with Annette Hansen (lead author) and Frits Heinrich, in Tijdschrift voor Mediteranee Archeologie  (Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology) 56 (2017): 58-69, special issue entitled Mediterranean Food Economies, ed. Annette M. Hansen and Frits Heinrich .
  • “Mediaeval Period to Colonial”, pp. 159-198  in Vasilikos Valley Project 10: The Field Survey of the Vasilikos Valley.Volume II. Artefacts Recovered by the Field Survey, ed. Ian A Todd. (Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology series LXXI:10). Uppsala, Åströms Förlag, 2016.
  • “The Northern Jordan Project and the ‘Liquid Landscapes” of Late Islamic Bilad al-Sham”,  in Landscapes of the Islamic World: Archaeology, History, and Ethnography, ed. Stephen McPhillips and Paul Wordworth (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016). Pp. 184-199.
  • “On Archives and Archaeology: Reassessing Mamluk Rule from Documentary Sources and Jordanian Fieldwork”, in Material Evidence and Narrative Sources: Interdisciplinary Studies of the History of  the Middle East, eds. Daniella Talmon-Heller and Katia Cytryn-Silverman (Leiden: Brill, 2015). Pp. 113-143.
  • “Production and Distribution of Hand-Made Geometric-Painted (HMGP) and Plain Handmade Wares of the Mamluk Period: A Case Study from Northern Israel, Jerusalem, and Hisban”, (jointly authored with R. Smadar Gabrieli – as lead author – and David Ben-Shlomo), in print for Journal of Islamic Archaeology 1.2 (2014): 192-230.
  • “Islamic ‘Art’ History: Some Post-Colonial Perspectives” (with Stephan Conermann, Conermann as lead author). Annemarie Schimmel Kolleg Working Papers, December 2014 (http://www.mamluk.uni-bonn.de/publications/working-paper/ask-wp-20-islamic-art-history.pdf).
  • “Byzantine to Modern Ceramics”, a chapter in Polis-Pyrgos Archaeological Project: Post-Prehistoric Ceramics and Chalcolithic to Iron Age Ground Stone Artefacts from the Field Survey in Northwestern Cyprus, 1992-1999, ed. Dariusz Maliszewski, (Warsaw: Creator Publishing House, 2014). Pp. 97-137.
  • “Exercising Power on the Mamluk Frontier: The Phenomenon of the Small Rural Citadel, Case of Tall Hisban”, in Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, vole. 3, ed. P. Bielínski, R. Kolínski, D. Lawecka, A. Soltysiak, and Z. Wyganáska (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2014). Pp. 395-408.
  • “Mobility and Migration in Mamluk Syria: The Dynamism of Villagers ‘on the Move’”, Proceedings of the Conference “Everything is on the Move: The ‘Mamluk Empire’ as a Node in (Trans-) Regional Networks”, ed. Stephan Conermann. (Bonn University Press, Mamluk Studies Series, 2014). Pp. 325-348.
  • “Planned Villages and Rural Resilience on the Mamluk Frontier: A Preliminary Report on the 2013 Excavation Season at Tall Hisban”, in History and Society during the Mamluk Period (1250-1517). Studies of the Annemarie Schimmel Research College I, ed. Stephan Conermann. (Bonn: University of Bonn, 2014). Pp. 157-192. (draft available on-line at http://www.mamluk.uni-bonn.de/publications/working-paper/ask-wp-11-walker.pdf)
  • “Ottoman Archaeology: Localizing the Imperial”, a chapter for Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, vol. 12 (2014), ed. C. Smith. New York: Springer. Pp.: 5642-5653.
  •  “Ayyubid and Mamluk Jordan”, in Atlas of Jordan, Territories and Society, ed. Myriam Ababsa. (Amman: Institut Français du Proche Orient, 2013). Pp. 184-187.
  • “Islamization of central Jordan in the 7th-9th centuries: lessons learned from Tall Hisban”, Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 40 (2013):  143-175.
  • “Pèlerinages et mausolées à la fin de l’Empire Ottoman en Jourdanie », in Atlas de Jordanie, ed. Myriam Ababsa (Amman : Institut Français du Proche Orient, 2013). Pp. 202-204 (lead author,; co-authored with Norig Neveu).
  • “Settlement Decline or Internal Migration?: ‘Reading’ Anew the History of Late Mamluk Jordan”, in Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan 11 (2013): 93-104.
  • “What Can Archaeology Contribute to the New Mamlukology?: Where Culture Studies and Social Theory Meet”, in Ubi sumus? Quo vademus” Mamluk Studies – State of the Art, ed. Stephan Conermann. (Bonn University Press, Mamluk Studies Series, 2013). Pp. 311-335.
  • “The Agricultural Dimension in Imperial-Peasant Relations in Mamluk Jordan”, Annales Islamologiques 46 (2012): 95-113.
  • “Political Ecology and the Landscape of Northern Jordan in the Late Islamic Periods”, in Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, vol. I, ed. Alison Gascoigne (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2012). Pp. 711-723.
  •  “Questioning Transjordan’s Historic Desertification: a Critical Review of the Paradigm of ‘Empty Lands’”, Levant. 44.1 (2012): 100-126. (co-written with Bernhard Lucke, Mohammed Shunnaq, Atef Shiyab, Zeidoun al-Muheisen, Hussein al-Sababha, Rupert Bäumler, and Michael Schmidt).
  • “Northern Jordan Project 2010: the al-Turra Survey”, Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 55 (2011): 509-536. (co-written with Mohammed Shunnaq, David Byers, Muwafaq al-Bataineh, Sofia Laparidou, Bernhard Lucke, and Atef Shiyab – Walker as lead author). 
  • “The Phenomenon of the ‘Disappearing’ Villages of Late Medieval Jordan, as Reflected in Archaeological and Economic Sources”,  Bulletin d’Études Orientales 60 (2011): 223-237. 
  • “From Ceramics to Social Theory: Reflections on Mamluk Archaeology Today”, Mamluk Studies Review 14 (2010): 109-157.
  • “Transjordan as the Mamluk Frontier: Imperial Conceptions of Authority and Space” in Archeologia del Mediterraneo medievale, ed. Guido Vannini. Oxford: BAR, 2009. (co-written with Michele Nuciotti and Francesca Dotti; Walker as lead author).
  • “Identifying the Late Islamic period ceramically: Preliminary observations on Ottoman wares from central and northern Jordan”, in Reflections of Empire: Archaeological and Ethnographic Studies on the Pottery of the Ottoman Levant, ed. Bethany J. Walker, Boston: ASOR, 2009. Pp. 37-66.
  • “Imperial Transitions and Peasant Society in Middle and Late Islamic Jordan”. Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan 10 (2009): 75-86.
  • “Popular Responses to Mamluk Fiscal Reforms in Syria”. Bulletin d’Études Orientales 58 (2009) : 51-67.
  • “Shawbak and the Mamluk Transjordan” (also in Italian as “Shawbak e la Transgiordania mamelucca”, in Da Petra a Shawbak: Archeologia di una Frontiera, ed. Guido Vannini and Michele Nucciotti, Guinto: Florence, 2009. Pp. 126-131. (co-authored with Francesca and Michele Nucciotti, with Walker as lead author).
  • “Slaves on Horses: The Legacy of the Mamluks in Jordan”, in Global Moments in the Levant: A Unifob Global Research Project, ed. Leif Manger and Øystein S. LaBianca, Bergen: Unifob Global, University of Bergen, 2009. (Contributions, as well, to chapters entitled “Imperial Projects in the Levant” (pp. 212-227) and “Commercial Elites” (pp. 228-233).
  • “The Tribal Dimension in Mamluk-Jordanian Relations”. Mamluk Studies Review 13.1 (2009): 82-105.
  • “Soils and Land Use in the Decapolis Region (Northern Jordan): Implications for landscape development and the Impact of Climate Change”, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Palaestina-Vereins 124.2 (2008): 171-188. (co-written with B. Lucke, Z. al-Saad, M. Schmidt, R. Bäumler, S.O. Lorenz, P. Udluft, and K.-U, Heussner).
  •  “Tall Hisban. Pp. 516-518 in “Archaeology in Jordan, 2007 Season”, ed. Stephen H. Savage, Donald R. Keller and Christopher A. Tuttle, American Journal of Archaeology 112.3 (2008): 509-528 (co-written with O.S. LaBianca, with Walker as lead author).
  • “’Twixt Cross and Crescent: American Contributions to the History of Crusader and Islamic Cyprus”, in “American Archaeologists on Cyprus: Celebrating 25 Years of the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute”, ed. Danielle Parks and Ann-Marie Knoblauch. Special volume of Near Eastern Archaeology 71.1-2 (2008): 104-110.
  • “The Role of Agriculture in Mamluk-Jordanian Power Relations”, in Le pouvoir à l’âge des sultanats dans le Bilâd al-Shâm ed. Bethany J. Walker and Jean-François Salles, IFPO-ACOR, Amman, Feb. 13-15, 2005. (Published as supplement 57 of Bulletin d’Études Orientales, 2008). Pp. 77-96.
  • “The Northern Jordan Project 2006: Village Life in Mamluk and Ottoman Hubras and Sahm: A Preliminary Report”. Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 51 (2007): 429-470. (lengthy technical report co-authored with Ellen Kenney, Lynda Carroll, Laura Holzweg, Stéphanie Boulogne, and Bernhard Lucke – myself as lead author).
  • “Peasants, Pilgrims, and the Body Politic: The Northern Jordan Project and the Landscapes of the Islamic Periods”. In Crossing Jordan – North American Contributions to the Archaeology of Jordan, ed. Thomas E. Levy, P.M. Michèle Daviau, Randall W. Younker, and May Shaer. Bedforshire, UK: Equinox Publishing, Ltd. 2007. Pp. 473-480.
  • “The Politics of Land Management in Medieval Islam: The Village of Malka in Northern Jordan”, in Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan 9 (2007): 253-261.
  • “Regional Markets and their Impact on Agriculture in Mamluk and Ottoman Transjordan”, in On the Fringe of Society: Archaeological and Ethnoarchaeological Perspectives on Pastoral and Agricultural Societies, ed. Benjamin Saidel and Evelyn van der Steen. Oxford: BAR International Series 1657, 2007. Pp. 117-125.
  • “Rural Sufism as Channels of Charity in Nineteenth-Century Jordan”, in Interpreting Welfare and Relief in the Middle East, ed. Nefissa Naguib and Inger Marie Okkenhaug. Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia, vol. 103. Leiden: Brill, 2007. Pp. 217-234.
  • “Sahm and Hubras”. Pp. 523-524 in larger “Archaeology in Jordan, 2006 Season”, ed. Steven H. Savage and Donald R. Keller, in American Journal of Archaeology 111.3 (July 2007): 523-547.
  • “Sowing the Seeds of Rural Decline? Agriculture as an Economic Barometer for Late Mamluk Jordan”, Mamluk Studies Review 11.1 (2007): 173-199.
  • “Tall Hisban: Palimpsest of Great and Little Traditions of Transjordan and the Ancient Near East”, (co-written with Øystein S. LaBianca). In Crossing Jordan, as above. Pp. 111-120.
  • “The Northern Jordan Survey 2003 – Agriculture in Late Islamic Malka and Hubras Villages: A Preliminary Report on the First Season”, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 339 (2005): 67-111.
  • “The Globalizing Effects of Hajj in the Medieval and Modern Eras”, in Connectivity in Antiquity: Globalization as Long Term Historical Process., ed. ystein S. LaBianca and Sandra Arnold Scham. London: Equinox Publishing Ltd., 2005. Pp. 64-76.
  • “Tall Hisban”, American Journal of Archaeology 109.3 (2005): 536-539. (2004 field report co-written with Øystein S. LaBianca).
  • “Ceramic Evidence for Political Transformations in Early Mamluk Egypt”, Mamluk Studies Review 8.1 (2004): 1-114. (This is the published version of my revised dissertation.)
  • “Mamluk Investment in the Transjordan: A ‘Boom and Bust’ Economy”, Mamluk Studies Review 8.2 (2004): 119-147.
  • “The Umayyad Mosque at Damascus: Commemoration, Power, and Memory”, Near Eastern Archaeology 67.2 (2004): 26-39.
  • “The Byzantine and Medieval Pottery”, in “Polis-Pyrgos Archaeological Project: Fifth Preliminary Report on the 1999 Survey Season in Northwestern Cyprus”, by Dariusz Maliszewski et al., Thetis 10 (2003): 7-38.
  • “The Islamic Qusur of Tall Hisban: Preliminary Report on the 1998 and 2001 Seasons”, Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 47 (2003): 443-471. (cowritten with Øystein S. LaBianca).
  • “Mamluk Investment in Southern Bilad al-Sham in the Fourteenth Century: The Case of Hisban”, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 62.3 (2003): 241-261.
  • “Southern Syria in the Islamic Period: Political Periphery or Nexus?”, in One Hundred Years of American Archaeology in the Levant: Proceedings of the American Schools of Oriental Research Centennial Celebration, Washington, DC, April 2000, ed. Doug Clark and Victor Matthews, Boston, ASOR Monograph Series, 2003. Pp. 385-409.
  • “The Late Ottoman Cemetery in Field L, Tall Hisban”, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 322 (2001): 1-19.
  • “Madaba Plains Project, Tall Hisban, 1998”, Andrews University Seminary Studies 38.1 (2000): 9-21. (Written with ystein S. LaBianca and Paul J. Ray, Jr.).
  • “The Social Implications of Textile Development in Fourteenth-Century Egypt”. Mamluk Studies Review 4 (2000): 167-217.
  • “Militarization to Nomadization: The Middle and Late Islamic Periods”. Near Eastern Archaeology 62.4 (1999): 202-232.
  • “New Approaches to Working with Old Maps - Computer Cartography for the Archaeologist”. Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 31 (1994): 189-200.
  • “On Timurids and Their Astrologers: Examining a Royal Horoscope in the Wellcome Institute”. Journal of the Association of Graduates in Near Eastern Studies 5.1 (1994): 5-10.

 

Newsletter reports

  • “Tall Hisban Excavations 2014” (Bethany Walker and Øystein LaBianca), and “Northern Jordan Project 2014: Abila-Hubras Hinterland Survey” (Bethany Walker, Bernhard Lucke, and Günther Schörner), pp. 646-7 and 639-40 in “Archaeology in Jordan, 2014 and 2015 Seasons:, ed. Barbara A. Porter and Glenn Corbett, American Journal of Archaeeology 120.4 (2016): 631-672.
  • “Northern Jordan Project”, on the 2012 season: surveys of al-Shajrah and Kharjah villages and the Upper Wadi Shellelah drainage basin, p. 118 in “Archaeology in Jordan, 2012 and 2013 Seasons”, ed. Donald R. Keller, Barbara A. Porter, and Christopher A. Tuttle, American Journal of Archaeology 118.4 (2014): 627-76
  • “Hisban Cultural Heritage Project”, on the 2013 field season, pp. 645-6  in “Archaeology in Jordan, 2012 and 2013 Seasons”, ed. Donald R. Keller, Barbara A. Porter, and Christopher A. Tuttle, American Journal of Archaeology  118.4 (2014): 627-76. (co-authored with Øystein LaBianca, with Walker as lead author).
  • “al-Turra and Hinterland Survey”, in “Archaeology in Jordan, 2010 and 2011 Seasons, ed. Donald R. Keller, Barbara A. Porter, and Christopher A. Tuttle, American Journal of Archaeology 116.4  (2012): 696-697.
  • “Tall Hisban”, ”, in “Archaeology in Jordan, 2010 and 2011 Seasons, ed. Donald R. Keller, Barbara A. Porter, and Christopher A. Tuttle, American Journal of Archaeology 116.4  (2012): 716-717. (co-authored with ØS. LaBianca, with Walker as lead author).
  • “Tall Hisban. Pp. 516-518  in “Archaeology in Jordan, 2007 Season”, ed. Stephen H. Savage, Donald R. Keller and Christopher A. Tuttle, American Journal of Archaeology 112.3 (2008): 509-528 (co-written with Ø.S. LaBianca, with Walker as lead author).
  • “Sahm and Hubras”. Pp. 523-524 in larger “Archaeology in Jordan, 2006 Season”, ed. Steven H. Savage and Donald R. Keller, in American Journal of Archaeology 111.3 (July 2007): 523-547.
  • “Rural Islam in Late Medieval Jordan: NJP 2006 – the Mosques Project”, Newsletter of the American Center of Oriental Research 18.2 (2006): 1-4. (Written with Ellen Kenney; I am lead author.)
  • “Tall Hisban, 2004 – An Investigation in Medieval Rural History”, Newsletter of the American Center of Oriental Research 16.2 (2004): 1-3. (Written with Øystein LaBianca; Walker as lead author.)
  • “Countering the Urban Bias in Islamic Studies: Final Report on MPP2001: Tall Hisban, Jordan”, Newsletter of the American Center of Oriental Research 13.1 (2001): 3-4. (Written with Øystein LaBianca.)
  • “Mamluk Administration of Transjordan: Recent Findings from Tall Hisban”, al-‘Usur al-Wusta 13.2 (2001): 29-33.
  • “Islamic archaeology”. Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin 75 (1992): 6-9.

 

Book reviews

  • Review of Land Tenure, Fiscal Policy, and Imperial Power in Medieval Syro-Egypt, by Daisuke Igarashi (Chicago: Middle East Documentation Center, University of Chicago, 2015) – for The American Historical Review – for Feb. 2017. ………
  • Review of The Mamluk City in the Middle East: History, Culture, and the Urban Landscape, by Nimrod Luz (Cambridge University Press, 2014). Sekepunkt 15.7-8 (2015). Available online at: http://www.sehepunkte.de/2015/07/26527.html.
  • Review of Gelehrte Krieger: Die Mamluken als Träger arabischsprachiger Bildung nach al-Ṣafadī, al-Maqrīzī und weiteren Quellen, by Christian Mauder. (Hildesheim: Georg Olms Vertrag, 2012). Bulletin of the School of Oriental and Asian Studies 77.2 (2014): 386-88.
  • Review of “Archaeological Texts and Contexts on the Red Sea”, unpublished Ph.D. dissertation of Katherine Strange Burke (University of Chicago, 2007). Sehepunkte. 13.4 (2013). Available online at: http://www.sehepunkte.de/2013/04/23380.html.
  • Review of The Road Inns (Khans) in Bilad al-Sham, by Katia Cytryn-Silverman. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 2010. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 368 (2012): 121-123.
  • Review of Fortress of the Raven: Karak in the Middle Islamic Period (1100-1650), by Marcus Milwright, Leiden: Brill, 2008. Journal of Islamic Studies 21.2 (2010): 295-197.
  • Review of Islamic Art and Archaeology of Palestine, by Myriam Rosen-Ayalon, Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2006. Near Eastern Archaeolog y 73.4 (2010): 251-252.
  • Review of Order Out of Chaos: Patronage, Conflict and Mamluk Socio-Political Culture, 1341-1382, by Jo van Steenbergen, Leiden: Brill, 2006. Bulletin d’Études Orientales 58 (2009): 412-415
  • Review La principauté Ayyoubide d’Alep (579/1183-658/1260), by Anne-Marie Eddé. Freiburger Islamstudien, vol. 21. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. Mamluk Studies Review 11.1 (2007): 207-213.
  • Review of Hauran II: Les installations de SI‘8. Du sanctuaire á l’établissement viticole, Vol. I and II, ed. Jacqueline Dentzer-Feydy. Jean-Marie Dentzer, and Pierre-Marie Blanc. Beirut: Institut français d’archéologie du Proche-Orient, 2003. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 341 (2006): 80-82.
  • Review of The Province of Damascus During the Second Mamluk Period (785/1382-922/1516), by Taha Thalji Tarawneh, Mu’tah University, Jordan, 1994. Mamluk Studies Review 9.2 (2005): 232-235.
  • Review of Die Islamische Stadt, by Stefan Heidemann and Andrea Becker. Raqqa 2. Mainz am Rhein: Verlag Philipp von Zebern, 2003. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 336 (2005): 88-90.
  • Review of al-Ta’rikh al-Siyasi li-Mintaqat Sharq al-Urdunn (min Junub al-Sham) fi ‘Asr Dawlat al-Mamalik al-Thaniyya (Political History of Jordan [in Southern Syria] in the Burji Mamluk Period – in Arabic), Shawkat Ramadan Hajja, Irbid: Himada li-l-Nashr wa-l-Tawzi’, 2002. Mamluk Studies Review 8.2 (2004): 219-223.
  • Review of A Gazetteer of Buildings in Muslim Palestine (Part I), by Andrew Petersen. NY: Oxford University Press, 2001. Near Eastern Archaeology Society Bulletin (2003): 59-61.
  • Review of The Cairo Heritage: Essays in Honor of Laila Ali Ibrahim, ed. By Doris Behrens- Abouseif, Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2000. Mamluk Studies Review 6 (2002): 227-231.
  • Review of The Places Where Men Pray Together: Cities in Islamic Lands, Seventh through the Tenth Centuries, by Paul Wheatley, Chicago: the University of Chicago Press, 2001. Near Eastern Archaeology Society Bulletin 47 (2002): 67-69.


Publications in press

  • “Did the Mamluks Have an Environmental Sense?: Natural Resource Management in Syrian Villages”, Mamluk Studies Review 20 (2017) – co-written with Sofia Laparidou, Annette Hansen, and Chiara Corbino (Walker as lead author)

 

Publications in progress/under review

Editing projects

  • Between Saladin and Selim the Grim: Syria Under Ayyubid and Mamluk Rule, ed. Reuven Amitai and Bethany J. Walker (University of Bonn Press) – for late 2016 publication.
  • Oxford Handbook of Islamic Archaeology, ed. Bethany J. Walker, Timothy Insoll, and Corisande Fenwick (Oxford University Press) – a 600-page volume, for late 2017 publication.

Articles

  • “Residue Analysis as Evidence of Activity Areas and Phased Abandonment in a Medieval Jordanian Village.”, Journal of Islamic Archaeology 4.3 (2017): in print. (co-authored with R. Bates, S. Polla, A. Springer, and S. Weihe; Walker as lead author)
  • “Tall Ḥisbān 2016 Excavation Season: Household Archaeology in the Medieval Village”, Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 59 (2016-2017): in review. (co-authored with Tarina Greer, Reem al-Shqour, Aren LaBianca, Robert D. Bates, Jeffrey P. Hudon, Warren Schultz, Julian Henderson, Chiara Corbino, Sofia Laparidou, Annette Hansen, and Øystein S. LaBianca; Walker as lead author)
  • “Editorial Introduction” and “Southern Syria”, in Oxford Handbook of Islamic Archaeology, ed. Bethany J. Walker (Oxford: Oxford University Press) - for late 2017 publication.
  • “Homeland and Heimweh: Rural Perspectives on the ‘Syrian Experience’”, in Between Saladin and Selim the Grim: Syria Under Ayyubid and Mamluk Rule, ed. Reuven Amitai and Bethany J. Walker (University of Bonn Press) – for late 2016 publication.
  •  “Reconstructing Homeland at a Time of Globalizing Change: Peasant Migration in Late Medieval Syria”. in Levantine Entanglements Dynamics of the Local and the Global in Premodern Times, ed. Terje Stordalen (Brill) - planned 2016 publication.
  • “Settlement Abandonment and Site Formation Processes: Case Studies from Late Islamic Syria”, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 2016
  •  “The ‘Liquid Landscapes’ of the Late Mamluk Mediterranean: Rural Perspectives on the ever-Changing Sultanate”, in The Mamluk Sultanate from the Perspective of Regional and World History, ed. Reuven Amitai and Stephan Conermann (Hebrew University Press) - for 2016.

 

On-going monograph projects

  • Islamic Strata: A Study of the Stratigraphy of Tell Hesban from the Seventh through the Fifteenth Centuries A.D., by Bethany J. Walker. Hesban 9. Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University Press. (for 2013 submission)
  • Hesban and Global History: Findings of Phase II and Conclusions Regarding the Significance of the Hesban Project for our Understanding of Global History, ed. Øystein S. LaBianca and Bethany J. Walker. Hesban 14. Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University Press. (for 2012 submiss
  • Human Migration in Late Medieval Syria (working title) (to be submitted of Universityof Bonn Press, Mamluk Monograph Series)
  • Hermann Jaeger and the Phylloxera Crisis, 1870-1890: a Transformative Moment in World Agriculture (publisher to be determined)

 

 

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