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2023 Assyrian Studies Symposium at Stanford University, August 11-13, 2023

We are happy to announce the 2023 Assyrian Studies Symposium will be held at Stanford University, August 11-13, 2023. The symposium theme is Formative History, Challenges, and New Directions in Assyrian Studies. To learn more about the event, click link below.

Upcoming Talk with Sargon Donabed on Monday, April 17 at Arizona State University


Register to attend a talk in-person at Arizona State University  with Assyrian Studies Association's Board Member, Sargon Donabed on Monday, April 17th from 1:45PM-3:00PM. This event is brought to you by AACO, ASA of AZ and SEYFO.


2023 Children/Popular Book Grant Application Now Open

The Assyrian Studies Association is thrilled to announce the launch of our Children/Popular Book Grant application for 2023. This is your chance to bring the stories, traditions, and history of the Assyrian community to life in an engaging and accessible way. Deadline is Nov. 16.

Assyrians in Motion, Exhibit Now Open

The exhibit pieces together the story of the film's inception and journey, who the filmmaker was, and shares ongoing research into the people and places depicted, based primarily on the memories of elder Assyrians watching the film.  

About the 

Assyrian Studies Association

The Assyrian Studies Association (ASA) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization that promotes interest in and the 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.

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