JAOS 141.4 is speeding its way to you and has been posted, for members to view, on JSTOR; check out the TOC and have yourselves a merry end of the reading year!
Associate Editor for Islamic Near East, from 124.1 (2004) through 127.1 (2007), died on October 9, 2021 at the age of 84 after a battle with cancer. AOS mourns her passing.
The CfP for the March Annual Meeting is online—send in your abstract by October 15, 2021 to attend in Boston! And to prepare, check out the TOC of the 2021 third issue, 141.3, just out.
The editors are doing their part to get 2020 done and dusted asap – the final volume is in press and the TOC has been posted.
AOS’s affiliate, DigitalOrientalist, is expanding; check out its regular posts in all fields of interest!
Thanks to Matt Milligan, AOS is tweeting. Follow us at https://twitter.com/amorientalsoc.
The TOC of the third issue of 2020, which has gone to the printer, has been uploaded.
The American Oriental Society (AOS) condemns the wanton destruction of Black lives and stands in solidarity with and joins those engaged in the fight against systemic racism and the struggle for justice, equality, and human rights. We undertake to take immediate and deliberate steps to combat prejudice and hatred against African-Americans. Racism has no place in the AOS.
In the fields of study to which the AOS is dedicated is abundant evidence of pain and oppression inflicted on others because of skin color; it is beyond time to eradicate imagined divisions of humankind and to embrace equality and fraternity of peoples, regardless of skin color, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, or any other basis for oppression.
Due to the crisis of closure that we are in, the printed issue of 140.1 will not be mailed until further notice. The issue’s contents have, however, been posted online and the issue is available on JSTOR for all subscribers to view.
He Inscribed Upon a Stone: Celebrating the Work of Jim Eisenbraun
An open-access volume contributed to by authors, editors, and staff associated with Eisenbrauns to celebrate his work.