The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem,
Israel - 2003
Ph.D. in Archaeology
Dissertation: "Beth Shean during the Eighteenth Dynasty: From Canaanite
Settlement to Egyptian Garrison"
Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, CA - 1985
M.A. in Theology
Honors: Magna cum Laude
Institute of Holy Land Studies, Jerusalem, Israel -1977
Graduate year-abroad in Historical Geography of Palestine
Southern California College, Costa Mesa, CA - 1975
B.A. in Biblical Studies
Areas of Concentration: Anthropology, Ancient Near East and Bible
College of the Desert, Palm Desert, CA - 1972
A.A. in Forestry and Natural Resources
University of California, Los Angeles: Present
Lecturer in Near Eastern Archaeology:
Winter 2003 - The Archaeology and Religion of Israel
Spring 2003 - Graduate seminar on State Formation in Palestine during the Iron
Fall 2003 - Jerusalem in History and Tradition.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem: 2000 - 1998
Rothberg Overseas School: Archaeology of Israel from prehistoric times through
the Ottoman period; included museum visits and field trips.
Jerusalem University College: 2002 - 1987
Adjunct Professor of Archaeology: Field Archaeology; History of Ancient Israel;
Physical Geography; Historical Geography; Academic field trip program.
Al-Quds University: 2002 - 2000
Department of History and Archaeology: Lectures in Palestinian archaeology.
University of the Holy Land: 1991 - 1989
Department of Archaeology: Archaeology of Ancient Israel; Biblical Geography;
Land, Nature and Society in Biblical Times.
International Center of Bethlehem: 2000 - 1999
Program established after the Oslo Accords to train Palestinian tour guides.
Lectures in Archaeology, History and Geography, and a practicum for guiding
at National Parks and other archaeological sites.
Centre for Biblical Formation, Ecce Homo: 2002 - 1998
Biannual course in Biblical Geography for local and foreign clergy; included
classroom instruction and field trips to sites.
Educational Opportunities, Inc.: 2002 - 1992
Popular evening lectures on archaeology and geography for tourists.
Shoresh Study Programmes: 2001 - 1990
Field trip program for laity and clergy through Christ Church (Anglican), Jerusalem.
St. George's College: 2001 - 1998
Occasional lecturer and tour guide in a number of subjects related to archaeology
and the Bible for laity and clergy.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK
Tel Rehov: 2001 - 1997
Field supervisor of Areas A and B. Project director, A. Mazar
Gaza Regional Project: 2000 - 1999
Ceramicist for British School of Archaeology survey near Tell el-cAjjul.
Tel Beth Shean: 1996 -
Field supervisor of Area R. Project director, A. Mazar.
Field supervisor for Building 11. Project directors, E. Netzer and G. Foerster.
Tel Dor: 1986
Field school for Hebrew University Institute of Archaeology. Project director,
Tel Lachish: 1977, 1985, 1987
Volunteer in Area S supervised by G. Barkay. Participated in field school for
Tel Aviv University Institute of Archaeology during 1987 season. Project director,
Tel Qasile: 1972
Volunteer. Project director, A. Mazar
- to Professor Amihai Mazar: 2002 - 1989
Responsibilities included detailed analysis of the site stratigraphy; preparation
of plans and sections; ceramic analysis and typological classification; final
report for Area R.
Coordinator, W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, Jerusalem:
2002 - 1997
Assisted the director, Sy Gitin, in organizing and implementing the academic
program, including the lecture series, dinners with guest scholars and field
Educational and Cultural
Affairs Fellow and Program Coordinator, 2002 - 1997
Dorot Foundation Travel Grant, 2001
United States Information Agency Junior Research Fellow, 1997 - 1996
Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation Scholarship, 1996
American Schools of Oriental Research
Society of Biblical Literature
Israel Exploration Society
Ecumenical Theological Fraternity
"From Canaanite Village to Egyptian Stronghold: The Pottery of LB
I-IIA at Tel Beth Shean." Proceedings of the Second International Congress
on Archaeology in the Ancient Near East, Copenhagen 2000. 2 vols. International
Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East - ICAANE2. Edited by
Ingolf Thuesen. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns - 2003
of Joachim Braun, "Music in Ancient Israel/Palestine: Archaeological,
Written, and Comparative Sources." Religious Studies Review.
Yannai and Robert Mullins, "Pottery of the Late Bronze Age." Chapter
Nine in Ancient Pottery of Israel and Its Neighbors. Jerusalem: W. F. Albright
Institute of Archaeological Research, Israel Antiquities Authority and Israel
C. Geoghegan, Michael M. Homan and Robert A. Mullins, Over and Under Bible
Lands: An Archaeological, Historical and Satellite Atlas of the Bible. Grand
"Tel Beth Shean: a case study of Egyptian-Canaanite interaction."
Paper presented to a workshop held at the Chester Beatty Library by Trinity
College on cultural encounters in the Mediterranean and Near East, Dublin,
IE - September 2002
"From Canaanite village to Egyptian stronghold: The pottery of LB
at Tel Beth Shean." Paper presented to the Second International Congress
on Archaeology in the Ancient Near East, Copenhagen, DK - May 2000
English - native language; Hebrew -speak, read, and write with
high proficiency; German -basic reading; Arabic - basic conversation.
Hebrew, Akkadian, Middle Egyptian.