Staff Publications

Adomenas, Audra V. “The Life and Times of a Man of Two Worlds: Captain Povilas (Paul) Juodvalkis – the Oldest Surviving Member of the Lithuanian Riflemen’s Association (Šauliai) at the time of his Interviews in Chicago, 2014.” Lithuanian Archives Project, 2014. <http://lithuanianarchivesproject.org/the-life-and-times-of-a-man-of-two-worlds-captain-povilas-paul-juodvalkis/>

Adomenas Audra V. “Reflections on Tension Between the Universal and the Particular.” Lithuanian Archives Project, 2014. <https://wordpress.com/page/lithuanianarchivesproject.org/364>

Adomenas, Audra V. “Reflections on Events Surrounding a “Stimulating” Evening: A Viewing of the film“Lietuvių Charta.” Lithuanian Archives Project, 2015. <https://wordpress.com/page/lithuanianarchivesproject.org/337>

Chernoski, John. “The Rise and Decline of Lithuanian Catholic Churches in America.” Lithuanian Heritage. March/April 2011.

Chernoski, John. “Changing Kaunas.” Lithuanian Heritage. July/August 2010.

Chernoski, John. “Searching for Kovno.” Lithuanian Heritage. January/February 2010.

Chernoski, John. “Kaunas in Winter—My Kind of Town!” Bridges Magazine. October 2009

Chernoski, John. “The Other Presidential Palace.” Lithuanian Heritage. May/June 2009.

Chernoski, John. “Velines.” Lithuanian Heritage. September/October 2008.

Chernoski, John. “Kaunas, My Kind of Town.” Bridges Magazine. September 2008.

Chernoski, John. “The Sugihara House.” Lithuanian Heritage. July/August 2008.

Chernoski, John. “Hidden Treasures of Kaunas.” Lithuanian Heritage. May/June 2005.

Chernoski, John. “Darius’ Dream Becoming Reality, Lietuvos Beisbolas—An Update.” Bridges Magazine. April 2005.

Chernoski, John. “Lithuanian Sports—Preserving the Past and Preparing for the Future.” Lithuanian Heritage. November/December 2004.

Chernoski, John. “Little Lithuania, USA”—Schuylkill County, PA.” Lithuanian Heritage. May/June 2004.

Chernoski, John. The Lithuanian Emigration Institute.”Lithuanian Heritage. July/August 2003.

Chernoski, John and Arvydas Birbalas. “Lietuvos Beisbolas—A History.” Bridges. (Issue 5) JUN 2003. <http://www.beisbolas.lt/naujiena.php?mid=0&id=1&lang=1>

Chernoski, John. “A Legal Lithuanian Journey.” Lithuanian Heritage. January/February 2003.

Chernoski, John. “Why is Lithuania a Catholic Country?” Lithuanian Heritage. November/December 2002.

Chernoski, John. “Aleksandras Burba: A Pioneer Giant.” Lithuanian Heritage. March/April 2002.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. (forthcoming) Between National Tradition and Human Condition Studies: Politics, Methodology and Epistemology of the Discipline(s) amidst Post-socialist Change.Teaching Anthropology. Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. (forthcoming) Transnational Chicago: The Local and Trans-local Networks and Loyalties of Post-Socialist Lithuanian Immigrants. Diogenes. Special Issue on “Placing Urban Anthropology” ,  edited by I. Pardo, G. Prato and W. Kaltenbacher.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. Diaspora as a Resource of Homeland Nationalism forged Overseas and Contested Back Home. In Diasporas as a Resource. Comparative Studies in Strategies, Networks and Urban Space, edited by W. Kokot, Ch. Giordano and M. Gandelsman-Trier, pp. 105- 122. Wien, Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2013.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. Forging (ethno) Nationalist Sentiment through Time and Space: Revivalist and Diasporic Ways of Accommodating Multiculturalism in East Europe and in the USA. In From Palermo to Penang.  A Journey into Political Anthropology/ , edited by F. Ruegg and A. Boscoboinik, pp. 103-118. Wien, Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2010.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. “Identity Politics: Migration, Communities, and Multilingualism”. Special Issue ofActa Historica Universitatis Klaipedensis: Studia Anthropologica, vol. 20(4), edited by V. Čiubrinskas and R. Sliuzinskas. Klaipeda University Press, 2010.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. “Identity Politics: Histories, Regions and Borderlands”. Special Issue of Acta Historica Universitatis Klaipedensis: Studia Anthropologica, vol.19( 3), edited by V. Čiubrinskas and R. Sliužinskas. Klaipeda University Press, 2009.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. Reclaiming European Heritages of Transatlantic Migration: The Politics of Identity of East European Immigrants to the U.S.A.  Anthropological Journal of European Cultures, 18(2): 50-68, 2009.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. Diasporas Coming Home: Identity and Uncertainty of the Transnational Returnees in Postcommunist Lithuania. In Postsocialist Europe : Anthropological Perspectives from Home. Edited by L. Kürti and P. Skalník, pp. 95-117. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2009.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. Lithuanian Transnationalism: Politics of (Trans)migrant Identity. In  A Litmus Test Case of Modernity : Examining Modern Sensibilities and the Public Domain in the Baltic States at the Turn of the Century. Edited by Leonidas Donskis. Bern: Peter Lang, p. 103-129, 2009.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. “Alternative Modernities: Tradition, Identity and Discourse”. Special Issue ofLithuanian Ethnology: Studies in Social Anthropology and Ethnology, vol. 9(18), edited by V. Čiubrinskas, 2009.

Čiubrinskas, Vytis. Identity and Revival of Tradition in Lithuania: an Insider’s View  Folk. Journal of the Danish Ethnographic Society, vol. 42, pp. 19-40, 2000.

Steven W. Holloway and Lowell K. Handy (eds.), The Pitcher is Broken: Memorial Essays for Gösta W. Ahlström (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Supplement Series, 190; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1995).

Holloway, Steven W., Aššur Is King! Aššur Is King! Religion in the Construction of Power in the NeoAssyrian Empire (Culture & History of the Ancient Near East, 10; Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2002, and in multiple electronic editions).

Holloway, Steven W., (ed.), Orientalism, Assyriology and the Bible (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 10; Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006 [hardbound]).

Holloway, Steven W., (ed.), Orientalism, Assyriology and the Bible (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 10; Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007 [softbound]).

Holloway, Steven W., JoAnn Scurlock and Richard H. Beal (eds.), In the Wake of Tikva Frymer-Kensky (Gorgias Précis Portfolios, 4; Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2009).

Holloway, Steven W.,“The Masculinity of Male Angels on the Make: Genesis 6:1-4 in Early Nineteenth Century Gothic Imagination,” in Ilona Zsolnay (ed.), Being a Man in Antiquity: Negotiating, Legitimating, and Maintaining Ancient Constructs of Masculinity [London and New York: Routledge, 2016].

Holloway, Steven W.,“What Ship Goes There? The Flood Narratives in the Gilgamesh Epic and Genesis Considered in the Light of Ancient Near Eastern Temple Ideology,” in L. Michael Morales (ed.), Cult and Cosmos: Tilting Toward a Temple-Centered Theology (Biblical Tools and Studies, 18; Leuven: Peeters, 2014), 183-208 [reprint].

Holloway, Steven W.,“Nineveh as Meme in Persian Period Yehud,” in Diana Edelman and Ehud Ben Zvi (eds.), The City as a Site of Memory in the Hebrew Bible (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2014), 271-96.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Expansion of the Historical Context of the Hebrew Bible / Old Testament,” in Magne Sæbø, Peter Machinist and Jean Louis Ska (eds.), Hebrew Bible/Old Testament: The History of Its Interpretation, Vol. 3: From Modernism to PostModernism: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Part 1: The Nineteenth Century — a Century of Modernism and Historicism (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013), 91-118.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Expansion of the Historical Context of the Hebrew Bible / Old Testament,” in Magne Sæbø, Peter Machinist and Jean Louis Ska (eds.), Hebrew Bible/Old Testament: The History of Its Interpretation, Vol. 3: From Modernism to PostModernism: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Part 1: The Nineteenth Century — a Century of Modernism and Historicism (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013), electronic version.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Imagining the Unspeakable Genesis 6:1-4 in the Nineteenth Century,” Proceedings, Eastern Great Lakes Midwest Region of the Society of Biblical Literature 28 (2008): 25-40.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Assur is King of Persia: Illustrations of the Book of Esther in Some NineteenthCentury Sources,” Journal of Religion & Society 11 (2009) (http://moses.creighton.edu/jrs/2009/2009-2.pdf)

Holloway, Steven W.,“Smart Mobs, Bad Crowds, Godly People and Dead Priests: Crowd Symbols in the Josianic Narrative and Some Mesopotamian Parallels,” Biblical Research 51 (2006) online through ATLAS.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Smart Mobs, Bad Crowds, Godly People and Dead Priests: Crowd Symbols in the Josianic Narrative and Some Mesopotamian Parallels,” Biblical Research 51 (2006): 25-52.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Assyriology and Biblical Studies,” in Hermann Spieckermann et al. (eds.), Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, volume 2: Anim – Atheism (Berlin and New York: Verlag Walter de Gruyter, 2009): 1095-99.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Assyriology and Biblical Studies,” in Hermann Spieckermann et al. (eds.), Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, volume 2: Anim – Atheism (Berlin and New York: Verlag Walter de Gruyter, 2009), electronic version.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Austin’s Asiatic Antiquities: The First Cuneiform Inscriptions Published in America” in Robert D. Biggs, Jennie Myers and Martha T. Roth (eds.), Proceedings of the 51st Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Held at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, July 18-22, 2005 (Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, 62; Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 2008), 287-98.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Introduction: Orientalism, Assyriology and the Bible,” in Steven W. Holloway (ed.), Orientalism, Assyriology and the Bible (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 10; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007), 1-41.

Holloway, Steven W.,“God Save Our Gracious King: Sennacherib, the Toast of Victorian England,” Proceedings, Eastern Great Lakes Midwest Region of the Society of Biblical Literature 26 (2006): 23-33.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Introduction: Orientalism, Assyriology and the Bible,” in Steven W. Holloway (ed.), Orientalism, Assyriology and the Bible (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 10; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006), 1-41.

Holloway, Steven W.,“The Smithsonian Institution’s Religious Ceremonial Objects and Biblical Antiquities Exhibits at the World’s Columbian Exposition (Chicago, 1893) and the Cotton States and International Exposition (Atlanta, 1895),” in Steven W. Holloway (ed.), Orientalism, Assyriology and the Bible (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 10; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2006), 95-138.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Nineveh Sails for the New World: Assyria Envisioned by Nineteenth-Century America,” in Dominique Collon and Andrew R. George (eds.), Nineveh: Papers of the XLIXe Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale London, 7-11 July 2003 (London: British School of Archaeology in Iraq, 2005), 1: 243-56.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Nineveh Sails for the New World: Assyria Envisioned by Nineteenth-Century America,” Iraq 66 (2004): 243-56. “A ‘New’ Kutir-Nahhunte II Text,” N.A.B.U. (2004/104): 105, and in pdf format.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Use of Assyriology in Chronological Apologetics in David’s Secret Demons,” Scandinavian Journal for the Old Testament 17 (2003): 245-67.

Holloway, Steven W.,“The Quest for Sargon, Pul, and Tiglath-Pileser in the 19th Century,” in Mark W. Chavalas and K. Lawson Younger, Jr. (eds.), Mesopotamia and the Bible: Comparative Explorations (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Supplement Series, 341; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press/ Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2002), 68-87.

Holloway, Steven W.,“The giš kakki Aššur and Neo-Assyrian Loyalty Oaths,” in Piotr Steinkeller, Peter Machinist, John Huehnergard, Paul-Alain Beaulieu, and I. Tzvi Abusch (eds.), Historiography in the Cuneiform World, Part 1: XLV Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale Congress Volume (Bethesda, MD: CDL Press, 2001), 239-66.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Mad to See the Monuments: How Ancient Assyria Saved Victorian Bible Scholarship,” Bible Review 17 (2001): 38-47, 55-57.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Biblical Assyria and Other Anxieties in the British Empire,” Journal of Religion & Society (http://moses.creighton.edu/jrs/2001/2001-12.pdf) “Cutha,” in David Noel Freedman, Astrid B. Beck and Allen C. Myers (eds.), Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2000), 302-303.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Haran,” in David Noel Freedman, Astrid B. Beck and Allen C. Myers (eds.), Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2000), 551-52.

Holloway, Steven W.,“Moon,” in David Noel Freedman, Astrid B. Beck and Allen C. Myers (eds.), Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2000), 917-18.

Holloway, Steven W., “New Moon,” in David Noel Freedman, Astrid B. Beck and Allen C. Myers (eds.), Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2000), 962.

Holloway, Steven W., “Willett, Herbert Lockwood (5 May 1864-28 Mar. 1944),” in Mark C. Carnes and John A. Garraty (eds.), American National Biography (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), 23:421b-23a.

Holloway, Steven W., “KTU 1.162 and the Offering of a Shield,” Ugarit-Forschungen 30 (1998): 353- 61.

Holloway, Steven W., “The Shape of Utnapishtim’s Ark: A Rejoinder,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 110 (1998): 617-26.

Holloway, Steven W., “Sargon II and His Redactors Repair Eanna of Uruk,” Biblical Research 43 (1998): 22-49.

Holloway, Steven W., “Assyria and Babylonia in the Tenth Century BCE,” in Lowell K. Handy (ed.), The Age of Solomon: Scholarship at the Turn of the Millennium (Studies in the History & Culture of the Ancient Near East, 11; Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1997), 202- 16.

Holloway, Steven W., “New Wine in Old Kings: British Wine Bottle Names and the Old Testament,” English Language Notes 35 (1997): 1-5.

Holloway, Steven W., “Antiochian Temporal Interpolations in 2 Kgs 6,24-7,20,” Biblica 78 (1997): 543-47.

Holloway, Steven W., “Porch Lights in Neo-Assyrian Temples,” Revue d’assyriologique et d’archéologique orientale 90 (1996): 27-32.

Holloway, Steven W., “Harran: Cultic Geography in the Neo-Assyrian Empire and Its Implications for Sennacherib’s ‘Letter to Hezekiah’ in 2 Kings,” in Steven W. Holloway and Lowell K. Handy (eds.), The Pitcher is Broken: Memorial Essays for Gösta W. Ahlström (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Supplement Series, 190; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1995), 276-314.

Holloway, Steven W., “Kings, Book of 1–2,” in David Noel Freedman et al. (eds.), Anchor Bible Dictionary (New York: Doubleday, 1992), 4:69-83, and in CD-ROM format.

Holloway, Steven W., “What Ship Goes There: the Flood Narratives in the Gilgamesh Epic and Genesis Considered in Light of Ancient Near Eastern Temple Ideology,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 103 (1991): 328-53.

Holloway, Steven W., “Distaff, Crutch or Chain Gang: The Curse of the House of Joab in 2 Samuel III 29,”Vetus Testamentum 37 (1987): 370-75.

Van Reenan, Antanas J. (forthcoming) Lietuvių Diaspora: Karaliaučiai iki Čikagos.

Van Reenan, Antanas J. Lithuanian Diaspora: Kőnigsberg to Chicago. University Press of America: Lanham, Maryland, 1990 [hardcover].

Van Reenan, Antanas J. Lithuanian Diaspora: Kőnigsberg to Chicago. University Press of America: Lanham, Maryland, 1992 [softcover].

Lithuanian Archives Project Finding Aids

Captain Povilas (Paul) Juodvalkis Collection – The film archives of Lithuanian Riflemen’s Union / Lietuvos Šauliu Sajunga (LŠS) / In Lithuania and in the Diaspora

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Sophie Barcus Radio Program Collection

Žiburėlis Lithuanian Montessori Collection