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Modelling Processes of Neighbourhood Change in Urban Babylonia (conference on ‘The Archaeology of Neighborhood Life. Concepts, Communities, and Change,’ ISAW NYU, 14 December 2018)
Religious Practice in Urban Babylonia: the Spatial Context (Université du Québec à Montréal, 15 October 2018).
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Courses I’m teaching this semester (Fall 2018):
- The Babylonian City (NMC446H1F / NMC1022HF)
- The Assyrian Language (NMC1005Y)
Neo-Assyrian Personal Names in Context: Onomastic Research Using the PNA Dataset (64th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, workshop “Methodological Developments in Prosopographical Studies,” Innsbruck, 17 July 2018).
(with É. Pagé-Perron) Machine Translation and Automated Analysis of Cuneiform Languages (contributions to workshop “Building International Bridges Through Digital Scholarship: The Trans-Atlantic Platform Digging Into Data Challenge Experience,” DH2018 Conference, Mexico City, 25 June 2018).
Assyrian Names in Babylonian Texts (lecture and workshop presented at the Onomastics Training Week organised by the Persia and Babylonia Project in Venice, 29 May–1 June).
Journey to the Late Babylonian City: the Final Phases of Mesopotamian Urbanism (conference on Cities in the Ancient World, Penn Museum, 20–21 April 2018)