Materials from two archaeological excavations and surveys in which Professor Douglas Edwards of the University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, Washington) served as director or consultant. Most of the material is related the Khirbet Qana (also known as Khirbet Kana or Cana) archaeological project in Israel, on the site of a historical village of Roman Galilee, eight miles northwest of Nazareth, on the north side of an important trade route, the Bet Netofa Valley. Other material is from the Chersonesos archaeological project (Black Sea Project), on a site in present-day Sebastopol, Ukraine.
Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA) is a multinational organization devoted to serving professional dramaturgs and supporting, affirming and broadening the practice of dramaturgy in the performing arts. The records of the LMDA span the years 1983-2015 and document the development of this organization from its creative inception by leaders C. Lee Jenner and Alexis Greene to its incorporation into a formal non-profit organization to legal engagements of the late 1990s to its administrative present.