Share your organization’s publications, products, or services with the archaeological community as part of ASOR’s 2023 Hybrid Annual Meeting. Attendees from around the world represent colleges and universities, government agencies, non-profit institutions, international organizations, museums, and research institutes. This year’s meeting will take place November 15鈥18 at the Hilton Chicago and online via Zoom.

ASOR 2023 Prospectus

The prospectus provides details about the many marketing options ASOR has to offer to increase your organization’s visibility, including:

  • In-Person Exhibit Hall – The Exhibit Hall in Chicago will be centrally located in the heart of the meeting space. ASOR strategically places signage, coffee breaks, and registration tables to ensure a steady flow of traffic in the Exhibit Hall.
  • Sponsorship Packages – Show your support of ASOR by becoming a meeting sponsor and maximize your marketing potential at the same time. Sponsors receive recognition in the Digital Welcome Packet, during the opening welcome remarks, priority table placement in the Exhibit Hall and priority logo placement on the website. Sponsors receive a significant advertising credit to use towards the visibility features they find most valuable.
  • Advertising Opportunities – Enhance your presence at the meeting with an advertisement in the 2023 Digital Welcome Packet, send a physical ad to attendees, or purchase a feature Ad in the Daily Meeting E-mails. You can also reach more than 16,500 subscribers with a custom ad in The Ancient Near East Today. If you have an advertisement in mind that you do not see listed in the prospectus, contact us to discuss custom advertisements and pricing.

Receive a 5% discount with a signed contract and payment by August 15, 2023.

Ready to book?听 Please complete the Agreement Form below and send it by e-mail to meetings@asor.org.听 All exhibitors must read and agree to the 2023 Exhibit Rules and Regulations when ordering an exhibit.

ASOR 2023 Exhibit-Sponsor-Advertise Agreement Form

If you would like to discuss custom packages or if you have any questions, please contact Arlene Press at meetings@asor.org.


Tiffany Adams
1427 E 60th St
Chicago, IL 60637
Tel: 773-834-0432
E-mail: tiffanyadams@uchicago.edu

The University of Chicago Press is honored to partner with ASOR to publisher the Bulletin of ASOR, Maarav, Near Eastern Archaeology, and the Journal of Cuneiform Studies. For more information, visit .

Ian Stevens
70 Enterprise Dr., Suite 2
Bristol, CT 06010
Tel: 860-584-6546

ISD is a full-service distribution business, focusing on scholarly and specialist books and journals in the Humanities from some of the world’s finest publishing houses. Among our partner publishers are Brepols, Peeters, Equinox, ASOR, Harrassowitz, ISAC Museum, and Archaeopress.

Contact: Jennifer Singletary, Ph.D.
820 N. University Drive, USB 1, Suite C
University Park, PA 16802
Tel: 1-814-865-1327

Penn State University Press publishes scholarly works of exceptional quality in the humanities and social sciences. We鈥檙e pleased to announce that Eisenbrauns is now an imprint of our award-winning publication program. Visit us in the Exhibit Hall at the 2023 ASOR Annual Meeting or at for more information.


Kevin Mullen
44 Beacon St., 2nd Floor
Boston, MA 02108
Tel: 857-305-9353
E-mail: kmullen@archaeological.org

The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) promotes archaeological inquiry and public understanding of the material record of the human past to foster an appreciation of diverse cultures and our shared humanity. The AIA supports archaeologists, their research and its dissemination, and the ethical practice of archaeology. The AIA educates people of all ages about the significance of archaeological discovery and advocates the preservation of the world鈥檚 archaeological heritage.

Brad Macdonald
David Marcus 1
Jerusalem 9223101
Tel: 405-394-3405
E-mail: BradMacdonald@armstronginstitute.org

The Armstrong Institute of Biblical Archaeology (AIBA) is a nonprofit, academic and educational institution headquartered in Jerusalem, Israel. AIBA seeks to share and promote Israel鈥檚 biblical archaeology via multiple platforms, including: , which publishes articles, scientific reports and videos on Israel鈥檚 biblical archaeology; Let the Stones Speak, a full-color, 40-page bimonthly print magazine; and private tours of the Ophel and the City of David, as well as public seminars and archaeological exhibits. AIBA also sponsors and participates in archaeological excavations in Jerusalem, primarily in the City of David and on the Ophel.

Amelia Wallace
1000 Brown Street, Unit 301
Wauconda, IL 60084
Tel: 847-526-4344
E-mail: amelia@bolchazy.com

Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers is a Chicago-based company committed to serving scholars and educators in classical studies, archaeology, and ancient history. While our focus is language study鈥擫atin and Greek鈥攚e pride ourselves on an interdisciplinary approach in our publications.

Our innovative introductory Latin program, Latin for the New Millennium, intertwines several millennia of Latin literature with an in-depth look at ancient and post-antique culture, archaeology, and intellectual traditions. A new introductory Koine Greek series, New Testament Greek: A Reading Course, offers a comprehensive, student-centered approach to biblical Greek. Other titles鈥攊ncluding a series of annotated readers that contain the full text of the Gospels of Mark, Matthew, and John鈥攕upport and empower students as they transition into reading longer, connected texts in Greek.

Diverse titles include everything from scholarly works on ancient material culture to translations of contemporary children鈥檚 literature, such as Ubi Fera Sunt, a Latin translation of Where the Wild Things Are.

Katelyn Chin
10 Liberty Square, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02109
Tel: 617-263-2323
E-mail: katelyn.chin@brill.com

Founded in 1683, Brill is a leading international academic publisher in the ancient Near East and Egypt; Middle East and Islamic Studies; Asian Studies; Classical Studies; History; Biblical and Religious Studies; and Language & Linguistics. Brill is also a major provider of primary source materials online and on microform through its imprint IDC.


Madison Silverman
1 Liberty Plaza
New York, NY 10006
Tel: 212-337-5000
E-mail: madison.silverman@cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press is a not-for-profit publisher that dates from 1534. We are part of the University of Cambridge, and our mission is to unlock people’s potential with the best learning and research solutions. You can browse our titles online, and receive our conference offer of a 30% discount and free shipping at听. The discount will be available on online orders for up to 30 days after the conference end date.

Lauren Stead
1950 Lawrence Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
United States
Tel: 610-853-9131
E-mail: lauren.stead@casematepublishers.com

Casemate Academic is the leading distributor of archaeological publications in North America. Publishers represented include our own imprint Oxbow Books, the British Museum Press, Sidestone Press, the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Barkhuis, International Monographs in Prehistory, and Archaeopress Archaeology.

Chris Farrar
Tel: 614-329-1016
E-mail: chris@farrowitz.net

Chris Farrar writes archaeologically-based historical fiction set in the period of the Hebrew Bible. Many of the attendees of this conference have shared their expertise with him. The fruits of that sharing can be found at his table in the exhibits area in the form of two novels.听By the Waters of Babylon听follows twelve-year-old Ya鈥檈l on her long march to exile from Jerusalem to Babylon in 586 BCE.听Light of Exile tells the story of four youngsters fleeing from deadly danger after the collapse of the Babylonian Empire in 539. Chris will also be leading a roundtable on using fiction as a tool for broadening public support for archaeological fieldwork.

Nicholas Schulte
Tel: 608-449-0522
E-mail: nschulte@chronicleheritage.com

Chronicle Heritage is a global cultural and heritage resource management consultancy committed to a prosperous balance between the needs of the future and the uses of the past.听Throughout our history we have worked for clients in both the public and private sectors, guiding one successful project after another through the complex regulations that govern the management of prehistoric, historic, architectural, ethnographic, archaeological, and paleontological resources.听Along the way, we have earned an industry-wide reputation for creativity, innovation, and leadership.

Aaron Sanborn-Overby
121 High Street, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02110
Tel: 617-377-4381
E-mail:听 aaron.sanborn-overby@degruyter.com

Drawing on a 270-year history, De Gruyter is driven by curiosity and committed to being a trusted partner to authors and the scholarly community. We are an independent, international publishing house that publishes over 1600 books and 16000 articles every year, in print and digital formats, and are one of the leading publishers of peer reviewed, open access works. Learn more at

Jack Scott Archaeological Illustrations
Jack Scott
899 South Plymouth Court
Chicago, IL 60605
Tel: 312-285-4462
E-mail: scott_jack@sbcglobal.net

I do pen and ink archaeological illustration and hand lettered maps. I went to school to be an archaeologist (BA philosophy and anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana), but got distracted and went into the nuts and bolts end of the commercial art business. I鈥檓 also a calligrapher. Missing archaeology, I started doing archaeological illustration in the early 鈥90s and have been ever since. I have a distinguished client list. I also teach successful workshops: most years since 1999 at the SHA conference, also at the Oriental Institute, SAA, California BLM, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. I鈥檓 also a jazz flutist and a lute soloist, but that鈥檚 another story.

198 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10016
E-mail: custserv.us@oup.com

Oxford University Press is the world鈥檚 leading university press with the widest global presence. Our academic publishing programme serves scholars, teachers and researchers, publishing important and rigorous research and scholarship.

To find out more, visit us at our virtual and in-person exhibit where you can browse new publishing and enjoy a special discount on conference books.

Part of the Taylor & Francis Publishing Group
Amy Davis-Poynter
Taylor & Francis
4 Park Square
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxford, UK OX14 4RN

Routledge partners with researchers, scholarly societies, universities and libraries worldwide to bring knowledge to life.听 As one of the world鈥檚 leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, ebooks and reference works our content spans all areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, and Technology and Medicine. From our network of offices in Oxford, New York, Philadelphia, Boca Raton, Boston, Melbourne, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, Stockholm, New Delhi and Johannesburg, Routledge staff provide local expertise and support to our editors, societies and authors and tailored, efficient customer service to our library colleagues.

Beth Svinarich
1580 N Logan St., Ste 660
Denver, CO 80203
Tel: 720-406-8849 x803

The University Press of Colorado publishes books in Mesoamerican, Latin American, North American and Southwestern anthropology and archaeology, and is currently expanding this list into Near Eastern archaeology.