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Which Way Out of Egypt? Bronze Age Geography and Implications for the Exodus Route
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Presentation by Stephen O Moshier, Professor of Geology at Wheaton College, where he also chairs the Department of Geology and Environmental Science and directs the Wheaton College Science Station.

4/21/2017
When: 4/21/2017
7:00 PM
Where: Grace Chapel Adult Learning Center #105
2 Militia Drive
Lexington, Massachusetts  02421
United States
Presenter: Stephen Moshier
Contact: Vicki Best

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WHAT:  Which Way Out of Egypt? Bronze Age Geography and Implications for the Exodus Route by Stephen Moshier


In addition to being an ASA Executive Council Member, Dr. Stephen O. Moshier is a Professor of Geology at Wheaton College, where he also chairs the Department of Geology and Environmental Science and directs the Wheaton College Science Station (a campus for summer programs in the Black Hills, South Dakota). Much of his early research in geology involved describing and interpreting oil reservoir rocks, with published papers on oil fields in North America, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
More recently, Dr. Moshier's research efforts are in the field of geoarchaeology with contributions to Bronze and Iron Age excavations in the Sinai, Egypt and Israel by combining surface geology with satellite imagery to reconstruct the ancient geographic settings of the archaeological sites. Dr. Moshier is responsible for education in the areas of earth history, sedimentary rocks, petroleum geology, and geoarchaeology, as well as popular courses on natural disasters, National Parks, and theories of origins.

WHERE: Grace Chapel, 2 Militia Drive, Lexington, MA in the Adult Learning Center, Room #105

WHEN: Friday, April 21, 2017 from 7 pm - 9 pm

DETAILS: The ASA Executive Council will be in Boston for their annual board meeting so we will also hear personal ASA testimonies from some of the members. This is a great opportunity to meet and interact with council members from around the country.

RSVP: Please RSVP your attendance to Vicki Best at
vicki@asa3.org or simply show up, either way is fine.