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Webinar: The History of a Forgotten History with Dr. Samir Johna

A special lecture by Dr. Samir Johna, MD, MACM, FACS, FICS about the Assyrians and their contribution to science and medicine. Held on Wednesday, July 14 from 3-4pm (PST).

Recreating Ancient Art Patterns from Mesopotamia: Assyria, Sumer & Babylonia

Are you interested in recreating ancient art with a contemporary twist this summer?This virtual art workshop will allow you to immerse yourself in recreating Ancient Assyrian, Sumerian, and Babylonian treasures using multiple art mediums (e.g., air dry clay, watercolor pencils, and acrylic paint). Begins July 15 - August 5, 2021! Register today!


Volunteer Opportunities: Apply Today!

Learn how you can join us as a volunteer to help ASA expand our outreach efforts and provide more educational opportunities for students and scholars across North America.

Article in Nineveh Magazine on ASA's Grant Winners

In Nineveh Magazine's latest publication, ASA's Executive Director, Alexandra Lazar discussed ASA's latest achievements as wells the newest grant winners for the previous Children/Popular Book Grant.

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Assyrian Studies Association

The Assyrian Studies Association (ASA) promotes interest in and academic study of the longue durée of the Assyro-Mesopotamian heritage through supporting research, scholarly publications, and collaborative projects. It facilitates contact and exchange of information between scholars, academic organizations, and communities across various disciplines. ASA functions as an instrument to advance studies on the Assyrian people and their culture on an academic level and beyond.