Recommended Links Associated with Prof. Scott Noegel
The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization (NELC), University of Washington
NELC courses offer great breadth, in terms of the number of different languages taught, and great depth, in terms of the historical range our courses cover (from ancient to medieval to modern periods). In NELC one also can find topical courses on the prophet Muhammed and early Islam, Sufi literature, biblical texts in translation, and the tales of the 1001 Nights. One can learn about the peoples of the Silk Road, Israeli identities, early Christianity, Turkish poetry, Islamic law, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and much more.
Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Studies Program (H-BANES)
An academic program offered by the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization at the University of Washington. The H-BANES Program offers a diverse array of topical courses in translation on biblical and other ancient Near Eastern topics such as "Israel in the First Six Centuries BCE," "Introduction to the Ancient Near East," "The Kings of Monarchic Israel," "Biblical Prophets," "Hieroglyphic Egyptian," "The History of Biblical Interpretation," and "Women in Ancient Judaism."
Course Offerings in Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near East
Academic Year 2013-2014 (courses taught by Prof. Scott Noegel and Dr. Gary Martin)
Religion Compass on-line journal
Unique in both range and approach, Religion Compass is an online-only journal publishing original, peer-evaluated, state-of-the-art surveys of current research from across the entire discipline. Prof. Scott Noegel is the current Editor of the Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near East section of the journal.
Scott Noegel personal site
Personal web site that features Scott Noegel's work in music, film, and the visual arts from the 1980s to the present.
An on-line, interdisciplinary resource for the study of the Ancient, Biblical, Classical, and Late Antique Near East.
Digital Image Archive: The Ancient Near East
This collection, created by Prof. Scott Noegel, documents artifacts and archaeological sites of the ancient Near East. While the majority of the collection depicts structures and sites dating from 3000 BCE to 200 CE, the collection also has images of more recent sites, such as the al-Azhar Mosque and the modern creation, Lake Nasser.