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Despite neighboring building construction, public events and exhibitions at ISAW are running and open as scheduled.
John Noble Wilford reviews "Time and Cosmos in Greco-Roman Antiquity" in the New York Times.
ISAW is an independent research center within NYU that cultivates comparative and connective investigations of the ancient old world from the Mediterranean to East Asia. It was founded by Shelby White and the Leon Levy Foundation in 2006.
ISAW Partners with "Letters From Baghdad". . . circle through New York Begins! ISAW Welcomed JUS Broadcasting and the Guggenheim Museum Sang a Hurrian Hymn Visiting Assistant Professor Spotlight: Emily Cole
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March 22: An Egyptian Exception?March 29: Why Greek Was Preferred to Coptic?April 5: The Rise of Legal Coptic and the Byzantine StateApril 12: The Role of the Church in the Growth of Legal Coptic
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