Currently, 75 projects are affiliated with ASOR. This includes 45 field projects and 30 publication projects.

View an interactive map of affiliated projects.

View “snapshot” summaries of each project.

Cyprus (5 field projects, 4 publications)
Iraq (1 field project)
Israel (15 field projects, 13 publications)
Jordan (22 field projects, 10 publications)
Turkey (2 field projects)
West Bank (3 publications)

Location P.I. / Director(s)
CYPRUS (5 Field Projects, 4 Publications)
Agrarian Life and Landscape at Politiko-Troullia – field S. Falconer and P. Fall, UNC Charlotte
Arediou Vouppes:  A Bronze Age Farming Community on Cyprus – field L. Steel, University of Wales Lampeter
Early Bronze Excavations at Sotira-Kaminoudhia – publication S. Swiny, SUNY Albany
The Early Neolithic of Cyprus—the Ais Giorkis Project – field A. Simmons, UNLV
Excavations at Kourion’s Amathus Gate Cemetery – publication Michael Given, University of Glasgow
Lycoming College Expedition to Idalion – field P. Gaber, Lycoming College
The Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project – publication R. Moore, W. Caraher, and D. Pettegrew, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Kalavasos and Maroni Built Environments Project (KAMBE). – field Kevin D. Fisher and Sturt W. Manning, University of British Columbia and Cornell University
Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project – publication M. Given, V. Kassianidou, A. B. Knapp, J. Noller, University of Glasgow
IRAQ (1 Field)
The Rowanduz Archaeological Program – field Michael D. Danti
ISRAEL (15 Field Projects, 13 Publications)
Aegean Interactions with the Levant at Tel Kabri – field E. Cline, George Washington University and A. Yasur-Landau, Tel Aviv University
Archaeological Excavations at Khirbet Qana: Field V, The Veneration Complex. – field Tom McCollough, Centre College
Borders and Crossroads: Arameans, Phoenicians, and Israelites – field Robert A. Mullins, Azusa Pacific University and Nava Panitz-Cohen, Hebrew University
Excavations at Shikhin – field James Riley Strange, David Fiensy, and Mordechai Aviam
Excavations at Tel Kedesh of the Upper Galilee – field S. Herbert and A. Berlin, University of Michigan
The Fourth Expedition to Lachish – field Yosef Garfinkel, Michael G. Hasel, and Martin G. Klingbeil
The Galilee Prehistory Project – field Yorke M. Rowan, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago and Morag Kersel, DePaul University
The Jaffa Cultural Heritage Project Excavations – field A. A. Burke, UCLA and M. Peilstöcker, IAA
Jezreel Expedition – field Jennie Ebeling and Norma Franklin
Joint Archaeological Expedition to Tell el-Hesi – publication J. A. Blakely, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Tell el-Hesi Board
The Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima – publication Vivian Bull.
Joint Sepphoris Project (JSP) and Sepphoris Regional Project (SRP) – publication E. Meyers, C. Meyers, and B. Gordon, Duke University
Lahav Research Project, Phases I-II – publication J. D. Seger, Mississippi State University
Lahav Research Project, Phase III – publication P. Jacobs, Mississippi State University
Lahav Research Project, Phase IV – field O. Borowski, Emory University
The Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon – field and publication Daniel M. Master and Lawrence E. Stager
Neo-Assyrian Empire in the 7th century – publication S. Gitin, Albright Institute and CAORC
Omrit Settlement Excavation Project (OSEP). – field Jennifer Gates-Foster, Michael Nelson, Benjamin Rubin, Daniel Schowalter and Jason Schlude, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Queens College and St. John’s University
The Promontory Palace Excavations – publication K. L. Gleason, Cornell University
Shikhin Excavations – field James Riley Strange, Samford University
Tel Gezer Excavation and Publication Project – field S. M. Ortiz, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and S. Wolff, Israel Antiquities Authority
Tel Kedesh Excavations – publication S. Herbert and Andrea Berlin
Tel Miqne-Ekron Publications- publication S. Gitin, Albright Institute and T. Dothan, Hebrew University
Tell ‘Ein Zippori (part of SRP) – publication J.P. Dessel, Carol Meyers, and Eric Meyers
Tell el-Hesi Regional Survey – publication J. A. Blakely University of Wisconsin-Madison, and J. W. Hardin, Mississippi State University
Tell el-Wawiyat Excavation Project – publication B. Nakhai, University of Arizona and J. P. Dessel, University of Tennessee
Yotvata Roman Fort Project – publication Jodi Magness, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and Gwyn Davies, Florida International University
The Zeitah Excavations – field R. E. Tappy, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
JORDAN (22 Field Projects, 10 Publications)
‘Ayn Gharandal Archaeological Project – field Robert Darby and Erin Darby, University of Tennessee
The Ad-Deir Monument and Plateau Project – field Cynthia Finlayson
Archaeological Expedition to Khirbet Iskander, Jordan and its Environs – field S. Richard, Gannon University, and J. C. Long, Lubbock Christian University
Azraq Marshes Archaeological and Paleoecological Project – field April Nowell
Bir Madhkur Project – field A. M. Smith II, George Washington University
Busayra Cultural Heritage Project (BCHP) – field Benjamin W. Porter and Stephanie H. Brown
Dhiban Excavation and Development Project – field B. W. Porter, UC Berkeley, and D. S. Fatkin, Knox College
Druze Marsh Paleolithic Project – field April Nowell, University of Victoria
Eastern Badia Archaeological Research Project – field Gary O. Rollefson, Whitman College and Yorke M. Rowan, University of Chicago
Edom Lowlands Regional Archaeological Project – field Thomas E. Levy, UCSD and Mohammad Najjar
Excavations at Tell er-Rumayth – publication N. Lapp, ASOR
From Farms to Factories: Anthropogenic Pollution in Heavy Metals as an Indicator of Industrialized Production of Copper in Ancient Western Asia, Phase 2 – field Russell Adams, University of Waterloo
Hellenistic Petra Project – field David Graf, University of Miami
Hesban Final Publication Series – publication O. S. LaBianca, Andrews University, and L. T. Geraty, La Sierra University
Humayma Excavation Project – publication J. P. Oleson, University of Victoria
Humayma Excavation Project – field M. Barbara Reeves, Queen’s University
Karak Resources Project (KRP)- field G. L. Mattingly, Johnson University and J. H. Pace, Elon University
Landscapes of the Dead: Aerial and Pedestrian Site Monitoring at Fifa, Jordan – field Morag M. Kersel
Madaba Plains Project – ‘Umayri – field Douglas R. Clark, La Sierra University
Madaba Plains Project – Tall Hisban Phase II – field O. S. LaBianca, Andrews University and B. Walker, Missouri State University
Madaba Plains Project – ‘Umayri – publication L. Herr and D. R. Clark, La Sierra University with a consortium
Madaba Plains Project – Jalul – field R. W. Younker, Andrews University, Paul Z. Gregor, Andrews University, and Constance Gane
Madaba Plains Project – ‘Umayri – field Douglas R. Clark
Madaba Plains Project – ‘Umayri Phase I Publication Project – publication Larry G. Herr and Douglas R. Clark
MPP Tall Hisban, Phase II – field Oystein S. LaBianca and Bethany J. Walker
P.W. Lapp’s Excavations at Araq el-Emir – publication N. Lapp, ASOR
Petra Garden & Pool Complex Excavation – field L.A. Bedal, Pennsylvania State Erie/The Behrend College
Petra North Ridge Project – publication Megan A. Perry and S.T. Parker, North Carolina State University
Publication of the Excavations at Tell er-Rummeith – publication Nancy Lapp
Reassessment of the Excavations at Tell Safut – publication Owen Chesnut, Andrews University
Roman Aqaba Project – publication S. T. Parker, North Carolina State University
The Shammakh to Ayl Archaeological Survey, Southern Jordan – field Burton MacDonald, St. Francis Xavier University
Tell Madaba Archaeological Project – publication Debra Foran and Timothy P. Harrison
Umm al-Jimal Project – publication B. de Vries, Calvin College
Wadi ‘Arabah Earthquake Project – field T. M. Niemi, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Wadi ath-Thamad Project – publication P.M. Michèle Daviau, Wilfrid Laurier University
TURKEY (2 Field Projects)
The Kınık Höyük Excavation and Wall Stabilization Project. – field Lorenzo D’Alfonso, New York University
Tayinat Archaeological Project – field T. P. Harrison, University of Toronto
WEST BANK (3 Publications )
The Excavation of Tell er Ras – publication Vivian Bull
Joint Expedition to Tell Balatah/Shechem – publication E. Campbell, Archaeological Expedition
Ta’anach Excavations – publication N. Lapp, ASOR/Concordia Seminary, St. Louis and Hamed Salem, Birzeit University

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Committee on Archaeological Research and Policy (CAP)
Thomas E. Levy (Chair)
Stephen Savage (Consultant on Geographic Information Systems and Archaeological Data Sharing)