2007 – The Museum of Idaho will be presenting Dr. Bruce Zuckerman, who will be
giving a presentation on the Dead Sea Scrolls at Trinity Methodist Church (next
door to the Museum of Idaho) on Wednesday, May 9th and Thursday, May 10th at
7.00 pm. Dr. Zuckerman is the last of five speakers the Museum of Idaho has
scheduled to come to Idaho Falls.  The
previous four speakers were outstanding in their insight and depth of
knowledge, often drawing crowds of over 300 and in conveying the importance of
the Dead Sea findings to the
public. The public will not want to miss this last opportunity to see a
world-renowned expert speak on the Dead Sea Scrolls in
Idaho Falls

Dr. Zuckerman is Associate
Professor of Hebrew Bible,School ofReligion at the
University ofSouthern
. He received his PhD in ancient Near
Eastern Languages fromYale
University and was subsequently an Associate of the

before joining the USC faculty in 1980. He is also a partner of West Semitic
Research, director of the West Semitic Research Project and the Inscriptifact
Project, and director of the USC Archaeological Research Collection. He has published
a book on the biblical text of Job, Job the Silent (New York: Oxford Press,
1991), as well as numerous articles on ancient texts from biblical times. His
photographs have been featured in many scholarly publications as well as in a
number of popular venues.

Tickets to Dr. Zuckerman’s
presentation are available at $5 for Adults and $3 for Children at the
Museum ofIdaho
or may be purchased at the door.

About the
Museum ofIdaho

ofIdaho, one of the largest museums inIdaho, is dedicated to preserving the natural
and cultural history of

and the Intermountain West.   The museum
does this by developing regional exhibits, hosting educational programs in the
sciences and humanities, providing state-of-the-art multimedia facilities for
community and corporate education, and by featuring select national traveling