Dissertation Proposals in Ancient Near Eastern Studies Approved by the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, The University of Chicago.
November 2009: Meroitic Worship Of Isis As Seen Through The Graffiti Of The Dodecaschoenus
Jill Ashley Fine
August 1997: The Socioeconomic Organization of the Metalworkers During the Late Bronze Period at Ugarit.
Elizabeth S. Friedman
July 1995: Technological Style in Early Bronze Age Anatolia.
Nicole B. Hansen
May 1999: Continuity and Change of Reproductive Beliefs and Practices in Egypt from Ancient to Modern Times.
Alexandra A. O'Brien
July 1996: Egyptian Women in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt: The Economic and Legal Activities of Women in Demotic Texts.
June 1996: Political Change and Cultural Continuity in Eshnunna from the Ur III to the Old Babylonian Period.
May 1997: A Structural Analysis of Ben Sira 40:11 - 44:15.
Robert R. Tate
December 2009: The Seljuk Caravanserais of Anatolia: A GIScience and Landscape Archaeology Study
Revised: December 6, 2010