St. Olaf is a highly rated private college idyllically located in Northfield, Minnesota, not too far from Minneapolis. A small institution with 3,000 undergraduate students, it aims to offer the best possible liberal arts education. Across the sciences, the humanities, and the arts, they pursue inquiry, imagination, and evidence wherever they lead.
The perfect summer setting for lifelong learning!
Eric Cline is Professor of Anthropology, Classics and History and Director of the Capitol Archaeological Institute at The George Washington University. A former Fulbright scholar, he is an award-winning author and teacher with degrees in Classical Archaeology, Near Eastern Archaeology and Ancient History. Author and editor of 16 books and almost 100 articles, Dr. Cline has three times won the Biblical Archaeology Society’s Publication Award for “Best Popular Book on Archaeology.” [More Bio]
Rachel Hallote is an archaeologist and Professor of History at Purchase College SUNY. She is the author of several books and numerous articles about biblical archaeology, and the history of archaeology, including Bible, Map and Spade: The American Palestine Exploration Society, Frederick Jones Bliss and the Forgotten Story of Early American Biblical Archaeology (2006), and The Photographs of the American Palestine Exploration Society (2012). [More Bio]
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