Dr. Filip Vukosavović

E-mail:Curatorial@blmj.org      Phone: #972-52-6673373   Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem

Education
2010 Ph.D. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel

Ancient Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
Topic: Reforms of Uruinimgina
Supervisor: Prof. Wayne Horowitz, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2005 M.A. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rothberg International School (RIS), Jerusalem, Israel
The Bible and its World
Honors: Magna Cum Laude

2002 M.A. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, MA
Old Testament
Honors: Magna Cum Laude

1998 B.A. Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Law

Work Experience

 2009-present Curator
Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, Israel

2006-present Lecturer
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, RIS, Israel

2004-2008 Assistant Curator
Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, Israel

2001 Biblical Hebrew Language Research Assistant
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, MA

2000 Teaching Assistant in Biblical Hebrew Language
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, MA

1998 Law Clerk, Basic Court
Bar, Montenegro

Teaching at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

2006-present Akkadian Language (2nd year): Hammurabi and The Akkadian Legal Tradition

Occasionally Sumerian Language (1st year)

Occasionally Akkadian Language (1st year)

Occasionally Introduction to Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical Law

Lectures

“Telling A Story: Permanent And Temporary Exhibition Displays for 21st Century”, American Society of Oriental Research conference in San Francisco, 18 November, 2011

“Sound the Shofar, A Witness to History”, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 31st October, 2011

“Moses, Sargon and their Shared Birth Stories”, Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, 27th April, 2011

“To Leap or not to Leap – Larsa Tablet”, Living the Lunar Calendar conference, Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, 30th January 2010

“A New Look and Study of Select Terms in the Reforms of Uruinimgina”, Israeli Assyriological Association annual conference, University of Tel Aviv, 16th February 2009

Publications

Articles:

“Some Legal Aspects of Codex Hazor,” (forthcoming)

“On Some Early Dynastic Lagaš Temples,” (forthcoming).

“Building Inscription of Nebuchadnezzar II: The Ebabbar Temple in Sippar,” (forthcomig).

“Hazor 18: Fragments of an Akkadian Law Code from Hazor,” Israel Exploration Journal (forthcoming). (co-authored by W. Horowitz, T. Oshima, F. Vukosavović)

“Jerusalem and Schøyen Multiplication Tablets,” Revue d’Assyriologie (forthcoming).

“From Ram to Shofar,” “Shofar as a Witness to History,” “The Shofar in the Bible and Antiquity,” in F. Vukosavović (ed.), Sound the Shofar – A Witness to History (exhibition catalogue). Jerusalem, 2011: pp. 8-9, 14, 28.

“Sumerian ga-ra-an,” Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2011 [8].

“Sumerian gi-lam and igi-tab,” Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 32 (2011):139-143.

“A Short Note on the Publication of Ukg 63,” Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2010 [90].

¬“Private Collection Of Cuneiform Tablets In Jerusalem (II),” in W. Horowitz, U. Gabbay, F. Vukosavović (eds.), A Woman of Valor: Jerusalem Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honor of Joan Goodnick Westenholz (BPOA 8). Madrid, 2010:183-194.

“A New ‘Reform Text’ Of Uruinimgina: Ukg 63,” Revue d’Assyriologie 102 (2008):5-8.

“Private Collection of Cuneiform Tablets in Jerusalem,” Journal of Ancient Civilizations 23 (2008):37-54.

Volumes edited:

Sound the Shofar – A Witness to History (exhibition catalogue). Jerusalem, 2011.

Angels and Demons, Jewish Magic Through the Ages (exhibition catalogue). Jerusalem, 2010.

A Woman of Valor: Jerusalem Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honor of Joan Goodnick Westenholz (BPOA 8). Madrid, 2010. (co-edited by W. Horowitz, U. Gabbay, F. Vukosavović)

Contributions:

Three Faces of Monotheism (exhibition catalogue). Joan Goodnick Westenholz (ed.), Jerusalem, 2007.

Sounds of Ancient Music, (exhibition catalogue). Joan Goodnick Westenholz (ed.), Jerusalem, 2007.

NIV Archaeological Study Bible. Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2006.

Academic Awards

2002-2004 MERIT Scholarship
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, RIS, Israel

2002 Dig Scholarship from Biblical Archaeological Society for archaeological excavations
Tel Hazor, Israel

1999-2002 International Scholarship
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, MA

Exhibitions (at the Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem):

2011 Sound the Shofar – A Witness to History (exhibition curator)

2010 Angels and Demons, Jewish Magic Through the Ages (exhibition curator)

2005 Sweet as Honey (exhibition curator with Noga Ayali-Darshan)

2008 Sounds of Ancient Music (assistant curator)
2007 Three Faces of Monotheism (assistant curator)
2006 Treasures of Ancient Glass (assistant curator)
2004 Let there be Light. Oil-Lamps from the Holy Land (assistant curator)
Archaeological Experience

2001-2004, 2008-2009 Tel Hazor
2007 City of David

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