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CURRICULUM VITAE PAUL E. ZIMANSKY ADDRESSES Home: 12 Houghton Blvd. Office: Department of History Stony Brook, NY Social & Behavior Sciences N317 Tel. (631) Stony Brook, NY
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CURRICULUM VITAE PAUL E. ZIMANSKY ADDRESSES Home: 12 Houghton Blvd. Office: Department of History Stony Brook, NY Social & Behavior Sciences N317 Tel. (631) Stony Brook, NY Born July 25, 1946 in Iowa City, Iowa. Married Elizabeth C. Stone, Nov. 5, PERSONAL DATA EDUCATION Degrees BA (Classics), The Johns Hopkins University, June, PhD. (Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations), University of Chicago, August, Dissertation The Political and Economic Organization of the Urartian State AWARDS AND HONORS Scholarship at the Johns Hopkins University, Woodrow Wilson Fellow Designate, 1968 NDEA Title IV Fellowship at the University of Chicago, 1968 and Ryerson Traveling Fellowship, awarded by the Committee on Archaeological Studies, University of Chicago, Fulbright Lectureship in the Faculty of Arts, University of Aleppo, Syrian Arab Republic, National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for excavations on the Lower Mound of Tell 'Ain Dara, Syria, 1983 (with Elizabeth C. Stone) ($8,950) National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for excavations on the Lower Mound of Tell 'Ain Dara, Syria, 1984 (with Elizabeth C. Stone) ($13,106) American Schools of Oriental Research grant for excavations at Tell Hamida and survey at Abu Duwari, Iraq, 1987 (with Elizabeth C. Stone) ($10,000) Junior Fellowship in the Society of Fellows, Boston University, funded by the Humanities Foundation, Boston University, American Schools of Oriental Research grant for aerial survey and mapping at Tell Abu Duwari, Iraq, 1988 (with Elizabeth C. Stone) ($10,000) National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for excavations at Tell Abu Duwari, Iraq, 1990 (with Elizabeth C. Stone) ($12,000) American Schools of Oriental Research grant for excavations at Tell Hamida, Iraq, 1990 ($10,000) [suspended due to political conditions] National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for laboratory analysis of materials excavated at Tell Abu Duwari, 1991 ($5000) (with Elizabeth C. Stone) American Research Institute in Turkey/National Endowment for the Humanities grant for research on Urartian pottery in Turkey, ($10,000) (declined) National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for survey and excavation at Ayanis, Turkey, 1997 ($19,080) (with Elizabeth C. Stone and Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu) National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for survey and excavation at Ayanis, Turkey, 1998 ($15,600) (with Elizabeth C. Stone and Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu) National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for survey and excavation at Ayanis, Turkey, 1999 ($11,050) (with Elizabeth C. Stone and Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu) National Science Foundation Grant (BCS ) for excavations and analysis of materials from Ayanis, Turkey, ($155,316) (with Elizabeth C. Stone and Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu) National Geographic Society grant for survey and excavation at Ayanis, Turkey, 2002 ($10,130) (with Elizabeth C. Stone and Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu) National Geographic Society grant for survey and excavation at Ayanis, Turkey, 2003 ($11,120) (with Elizabeth C. Stone and Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu), deferred until 2005 in view of political situation with regard to Iraq War. Teaching Award, Boston University Honors Program, Spring, 2003 Subcontractor on USAID grant to Stony Brook University for cooperative projects with Iraqi Universities, focused on teaching archaeology, Principal Investigator Elizabeth C. Stone, National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for excavation and ethnoarchaeology at Ayanis, Turkey, 2007 ($15,510). PI (with Elizabeth Stone and Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu). National Geographic Society grant (NG ) for excavation and ethnoarchaeology at Ayanis, Turkey, 2008 ($18,740). PI (with Elizabeth Stone and Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu). National Geographic society grant (SP13-13) for excavations at Ur, Iraq, 2015 ($40,000). PI (with Elizabeth Stone). ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Full time University of California, Berkeley: Department of Near Eastern Studies Lecturer in Mesopotamian and Anatolian Archaeology, September, 1979-March, 1980 University of Aleppo, Syrian Arab Republic: Faculty of Arts Visiting Professor of Ancient Semitic Languages, September, 1981-August, 1982 Boston University: Department of Archaeology Assistant Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology, September, 1983-June, 1990 Associate Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology, July 1990-August 2001 Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology, September August 2006 State University of New York at Stony Brook: Department of History Visiting Professor of Archaeology and Ancient History, September 2004-December State University of New York at Stony Brook: Department of History Professor of Archaeology and Ancient History, September Paul E. Zimansky Part-time appointments and adjunctships Northeastern Illinois University, Department of History: Instructor, January-April, State University of New York at Stony Brook: Department of History Adjunct Assistant Professor, September, 1980-March, 1987 Lecturer, January-June, 1981; September-December, 1982 Adjunct Associate Professor, May, 1991-May, 1993 Department of Anthropology Lecturer, September-December, 1980 Research Associate, January Department of Linguistics: Lecturer, January-June, 1983 Hunter College, City University of New York: Department of Classical and Oriental Studies: Adjunct Assistant Professor, September, 1980-January, 1981 ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE Iowa: Participant in the excavation of four historic and prehistoric sites in the Mississippi Valley as a student in the University of Iowa field archaeology program under the direction of Marshall McKusick, Iowa State Archaeologist, June-August, 1968 Nippur (Iraq): Area supervisor on expedition of the University of Chicago under the direction of McGuire Gibson; September-December, 1973 Bastam (Iran): Area supervisor on expedition of the German Archaeological Institute, Teheran Division, directed by Wolfram Kleiss; June-August, 1975 Nippur: Area supervisor and photographer on expedition of the University of Chicago under the direction of McGuire Gibson; September-December,1975 Bastam: Area supervisor and photographer on expedition of the German Archaeological Institute under the direction of Wolfram Kleiss; June-August, 1977 Bastam: Area supervisor, photographer, and field epigrapher; June-August, 1978 'Ain Dara (Syria): Co-director (with Elizabeth C. Stone) of the American contingent Syrian 'Ain Dara Expedition; May-August, 1982 [Note: the American contingent was an independently funded and supervised sub-operation under the aegis of the Syrian 'Ain Dara Expedition, directed by Ali Abou Assaf and Wahid Khyata] 'Ain Dara (Syria): Co-director of American contingent; July-September, 'Ain Dara (Syria): Co-director of American contingent; July-September, North Jezirah (Iraq): Co-investigator in survey of salvage project area; December, 1986-January, Tell Abu Duwari (Iraq): Associate Director on expedition of the State University of New York at Stony Brook under the direction of Elizabeth C. Stone; April-June, Tell Hamida (Iraq): Director of Boston University expedition; June-August, Tell Abu Duwari: Co-Director (with Elizabeth C. Stone) of expedition to Mashkan-shapir; December, 1988-January, Tell Abu Duwari: Co-Director of expedition to Mashkan-shapir; December, 1989-May, Ayanis (Turkey): Co-Director of settlement survey team (with Elizabeth C. Stone) on expedition of Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; July, Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-July Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; study season, July Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; July Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ege University under the direction of Altan A. Çilingiroǧlu; June-August Ur area (Iraq): Informal survey to locate site for future excavations, July, Tell Sakhariya (Iraq): Co-Director (with Elizabeth C. Stone) of Stony Brook University excavations, December 2011-January Ur (Iraq): Soundings in Area AH (informal exploration with Elizabeth C. Stone for planning future Stony Brook University excavation), May-June MISCELLANEOUS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Courses taught (*graduate, #graduate and undergraduate): Akkadian (elementary, *intermediate, *advanced); #Anatolian Archaeology; *Anatolian Culture History; Ancient Mediterranean [history]; The Ancient World (Boston University Core Curriculum); Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Ancient World (Stony Brook introduction to ancient history); #Archaeological Methods and Theory; *Archaeological Research Design; Archaeology of the Ancient Near East; Archaeology of Classical Civilizations; *Archaeology of Complex Societies; #Archaeology of Empires; Archaeology of the Holy Land; #Archaeology of Mesopotamia; Assyrians, Babylonians and Hittites; Classical Mythology; *Comparative Archaeology of Complex Societies; *Comparative Early Civilizations; The First Civilizations [history]; Great Discoveries in Archaeology; History of the Ancient Near East; Intellectual History of Archaeology; Introduction to Archaeology; Introduction to Linguistics; Lost Languages and Decipherments; Mesopotamian Religion; Origins of Civilization; #Problems in the Archaeology of the Near East; *Problems in Old World Prehistory; Reading and Writing History: Early Empires; Reading and Writing History: Herodotus; #Syro-Palestinian Archaeology 4 Institutes, tours, and lecture programs University of Chicago, Oriental Institute Museum, instructor in adult education course on Anatolian archaeology, Feb.-March, l974 University of Chicago, lecturer and guide on Oriental Institute Museum sponsored tour of Asia Minor, Art and Archaeological Treasures of Turkey, May, Sites visited included Boğazköy, Gordion, Kültepe, Acemhüyük, Faselis, Side, Perge, Aspendos, Aphrodisias, Ephesus, Pergamon, Sardis, Karabel, Troy, and Istanbul American Schools of Oriental Research, faculty member in Summer Institute in Near East Archaeology for college, university and seminary faculty and museum curators, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, June 3 to July 12, 1985 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Kansas, Central Missouri, St. Louis and Cental Illinois societies, April 13-16, 1986 The Johns Hopkins University, lecturer at the Alumni College on Archaeology and the World of the Bible, July 20-26, 1986 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the North Carolina, Oberlin/Ashland/Worcester, Cleveland, and Akron/Kent societies, September 25, October 9-11, 1990 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Eugene, Seattle, Spokane, and Vancouver societies, February 25-28, 1991 Ghost Ranch (Abiquiu, NM), lecturer in summer seminar, The Old Testament: By the Laity, for the Laity, June 24- July 1, 1991 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Montreal and Ottawa/Hull societies, October, 1991 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Houston, New Orleans, and Dallas societies, April 1993 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Southern Pennsylvania, Washington D.C. and Ohio Valley societies, March 1994 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Iowa, Western Illinois, and Valparaiso societies, October 1994 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Pittsburgh, Oxford, and Springfield societies, November, 1995 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Appleton (Wisconsin), Winnipeg, and Milwaukee societies, November, 1996 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Central Pennsylvania, Williamsburg, and Richmond societies, November, 1997 Archaeological Tours Inc., lecturer on tour of Syria and Jordan, October, Sites visited included: Damascus, Krak de Chevaliers, Ugarit, Ebla, Qalat Siman, Aleppo, Ain Dara, Dura Europas, Mari, Palmyra, Bosra, Jerash, Mt. Nebo, and Petra Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Charlottesville and Baltimore societies, January, 1999 Archaeological Tours Inc., lecturer on tour of Syria, Lebanon and Jordan, October, Sites visited included: Damascus, Baalbek, Krak de Chevliers, Apamea, Ugarit, Ebla, Qalat Siman, Aleppo, Ain Dara, Dura Europas, Mari, Palmyra, Bosra, Jerash, Kerak, Madaba, Mt. Nebo, and Petra Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Denver, San Diego, and Orange County societies, April, 2000 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Long Island, Finger Lakes, and Albany societies, January, April 2001 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Chicago, Ohio Valley, and Cincinnati societies, November, 2001 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Tallahassee, Gainesville, and Tampa Bay societies, November, 2003 USAID Higher Education and Development project, lecturer in workshop for 55 Iraqi archaeological professionals, Amman (Jordan), June-August, 2004 Archaeological Institute of America, touring lecturer to the Springfield, Cleveland, and Toledo societies, October, 2005 Lecturer at Ft. Bliss, TX to US troops headed for the Middle East, Oct Archaeological Institute of America touring lecturer to the Iowa City, Central Indiana, and Western Illinois chapters, February-March, 2007 Archaeological Institute of America touring lecturer to the Atlanta, Athens GA and Charleston SC chapters, September, 2007 Charles Eliott Norton Lecturer for the Archaeological Institute of America. Lectures to Detroit, Ann Arbor, and East Lansing chapters, October, 2008; Portland, Salem OR, and North Coast CA (Santa Rosa) chapters, Oct-Nov 2008; South Pennsylvania (Carlisle) and Washington DC chapters, November 2008; North Alabama (Huntsville) and South Florida (Boca Raton) chapters, January 2009; and Hawaii chapter, February 2009 Archaeological Institute of America touring lecturer to the Naragansett and Western Massachusetts chapters, September, 2009 Archaeological Institute of America touring lecturer to the Dallas/Ft Worth chapter, October, 2010: Chicago chapter, February, Non-teaching employment Data Analyst, Division of Satellite Analysis, Dept. of Physics, University of Iowa, summers Administrative Specialist, United States Army: Brooke Army Medical Center, Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, April-August, 1969 HQ, U.S. Forces, Japan, Fuchu, Japan, August, 1969-December, 1970 Photo-technician, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, April, 1974-March, 1975 Research Assistant, Nippur Project, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, February-March, 1975 Photographer, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, January-August, 1976 Cataloger, Hittite Dictionary Project, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, May-June 1976 Research Assistant, Guidebook Project, Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago, October, 1976-March, 1977 Language competence French (reading, speaking), German (reading, speaking), Turkish (limited reading and speaking), Russian (reading), Syrian colloquial Arabic (speaking), ancient Greek (dormant), Latin (dormant), Hittite (revivable), Akkadian (teaching ability), Urartian (teaching ability) PUBLICATIONS Books Ecology and Empire: The Structure of the Urartian State. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, no. 41. Chicago: The Oriental Institute Press of the University of Chicago, Ancient Ararat: A Handbook of Urartian Studies. Anatolian and Caucasian Studies. Delmar, NY: Caravan Books, The Iron Age Settlement at Ain Dara, Syria: Survey and Soundings. BAR International Series 786. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 1999 (with Elizabeth C. Stone). The Anatomy of a Mesopotamian City: Survey and Soundings at Mashkan Shapir. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2004 (with Elizabeth C. Stone). Ancient Turkey. Routledge World Archaeology. London and New York: Routledge, 2009 (with Antonio Sagona). Miscellaneous monographs Old Babylonian Contracts from Nippur I. Oriental Institute Microfiche Archives I. University of Chicago Press, 1976 (with Elizabeth C. Stone) [primarily photographs]. The Cradle of Civilization: Recent Archaeology in Iraq. Vol. 55, No. 4 (December 1992) of Biblical Archaeologist. Guest Co-Editor (with Elizabeth C. Stone). 6 Mesopotamia: The Mighty Kings. Lost Civilizations. Alexandria, VA: Time-Life Books, Written by the Editors of Time-Life Books. Academic consultant (with James A. Armstrong and Elizabeth C. Stone). Biainili-Urartu, Acta Iranica 31. Leiden: Peeters Publishers, Co-editor (with S. Kroll, C. Gruber, U. Hellwag, M. Roaf). Articles and book chapters Texts and Fragments: Two Boghazköy Fragments in Iowa City. Journal of Cuneiform Studies 31/1 (January, 1979): 56. The University of Iowa Cuneiform Texts. Journal of Cuneiform Studies 31/3 (July, 1979): (with Francesca Rochberg-Halton). Bones and Bullae: An Enigma from Bastam, Iran. Archaeology 32/6 (November/December, 1979): MB2/OB5 Excavations and the Problem of Urartian Bone Rooms. In Bastam II, edited by Wolfram Kleiss. Teheraner Forschungen, Bd. 5. Berlin: Gebr. Mann, Pp Urartian Geography and of Sargon's Eighth Campaign. Journal of Near Eastern Studies 49/1 (January, 1990): Mesopotamia in the Aftermath of the Gulf War. Archaeology 45/3 (May/June, 1992): 24. Ancient Near Eastern Architecture, s.v. Art and Archaeology in The Anchor Bible Dictionary, edited by David Noel Freedman. New York: Doubleday, Vol. 1, pp Mashkan-shapir and the Anatomy of an Old Babylonian City. Biblical Archaeologist 55/4 (December, 1992): (with Elizabeth C. Stone). Scholars, Sailors and Peddlers of Influence at Civilization's Edge. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 6/2 (December, 1993): Review article on Walter Burkert, The Orientalizing Revolution: Near Eastern Influence on Greek Culture in the Early Archaic Age, Trans. by M. E. Pinder and W. Burkert (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992) and Sarah P. Morris Daidalos and the Origins of Greek Art (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1992). The Tell Abu Duwari Project, Seasons at Mashkan-shapir, Iraq. Journal of Field Archaeology 21/4 (Winter, 1994): (with Elizabeth C. Stone). The Tapestry of Power in A Mesopotamian City. Scientific American 272/4 (April, 1995): (with Elizabeth C. Stone). An Urartian Ozymandias. Biblical Archaeologist 58/2 (June, 1995): The Origin of Nuzi Ware: A Contribution from Tell Hamida, in. General Studies and Excavations at Nuzi 9/3, edited by David I. Owen. Studies on the Civilization and Culture of Nuzi and the Hurrians, vol. 5. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, Pp The Kingdom of Urartu in Eastern Anatolia. In Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, edited by J. M. Sasson. New York: Scribners', Vol. 2, pp Xenophon and the Urartian Legacy. In Dans les pas des dix-mille, edited by Pierre Briant [Pallas 43 (1995)]. Toulouse: Presses Universitaires du Mirail, Pp Urartian Material Culture as State Assemblage: An Anomaly in the Archaeology of Empire. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no. 299/300 (August/November 1995): The Urartian Frontier as an Archaeological Problem. In Neo-Assyrian Geography, edited by Mario Liverani. Quaderni di Geografia Storica, vol. 5. Rome: Università di Roma, Pp Survey and Soundings in the Outer Town of Ayanis, In Ayanis I: Ten Years Excavations at Rusahinili Eidurukai, edited by A. A. Çilingiroǧlu and M. Salvini Rome: Istituto per gli Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici, Pp (with Elizabeth C. Stone). Archaeological Inves
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