Eisenbrauns has announced a new book by Anson Rainey entitled Teaching History and Historical Geography of Bible Lands: A Syllabus. Few details about the publication are available beyond its release date in December. Rainey taught a popular course in advanced Historical Geography for decades at the Institute of Holy Land Studies (now Jerusalem University College). A lifetime of research culminated in The Sacred Bridge, the most detailed resource on the subject ever written. I look forward to his latest contribution.
Rainey: Teaching History and Historical Geography
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2 thoughts on “Rainey: Teaching History and Historical Geography”
I'd imagine its a version of the notes he offered for that class, including all of his own translations of the ancient texts we used in class.
It will be at SBL, although no price has been set on it yet. It is basically a version of his teaching notes.