Tall Hisban (Phase II) Publications
Carroll, L. (2008). “Sowing the Seeds of Modernity on the Ottoman Frontier: Agriculture Investment and the Formation of Large Farms in Nineteenth-Century Transjordan.” Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 4 (2): 233-249.
LaBianca, O. S. (1988). “Sociocultural Anthropology and Syro-Palestinian Archaeology” in Benchmarks in Time and Culture: An Introduction to Palestinian Archaeology. Edited by J. F. Drinkard, Jr., G. L. Mattingly, and J. M. Miller. Atlanta, Scholars Press.
LaBianca, O. S. (1993). “The Fluidity of Tribal Peoples in Central Transjordan” in The Middle East–Unity and Diversity: Papers from the Second Nordic Conference on Middle Eastern Studies, Copenhagen 22-25. October 1992. Edited by H. Palva and K. S. Vikør. Denmark, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies.
LaBianca, O. S. (1995). “On-Site Water Retention Strategies: Solutions from the Past for Dealing with Jordan’s Present Water Crisis.” Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan V. Amman, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
LaBianca, O. S. (1997). Indigenous Hardiness Structures and State Formation in Jordan in Ethnic Encounter and Culture Change: Papers from the Third Nordic Conference on Middle Eastern Studies, Joensuu, 1995. Edited by M. Sabour and K. S. Vikør. Bergen, Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies.
LaBianca, O. S. (1999). “Heshbon.” Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible. D. W. Friedman, B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
LaBianca, O. S., L. Herr, D. Clark, and L. Geraty. (1999). “Report on the 1998 Excavations by the Madaba Plains Project-Tall Al-Umayri and Tall Hisban.” Occident & Orient: Newsletter 0f the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman, Jordan.
LaBianca, O. S. (2000). Daily Life in the Shadow of an Empire: A food systems approach to the Archaeology of the Ottoman Period” in A Historical Archaeology of the Ottoman Empire. Edited by Uzi Baram and Lynda Carroll. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.
LaBianca, O. S. (2007). “Heshbon,” in The New Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible. Edited by K. D. Sakenfeld. Nashville, Abingdon Press.
LaBianca, O. S. and E. J. Steen. (2007). Nomads, Empires and Civilizations: Great and Little Traditions and the Historical Landscape of the Southern Levant, in On the Fringe of Society: Archaeological and Ethnoarchaeological Perspectives on Pastoral and Agricultural Societies. Edited by Benjamin A. Saidel and Eveline J. van der Steen. BAR International Series 1657. Oxford, Archaeopress.
Ray, P. (1996). Hesban 6: Tell Hesban and Vicinity in the Iron Age. Berrien Springs, Andrews University Press.
Ray, P., and O. S. LaBianca. (1999). “Madaba Plains Project 1997: Excavations and Restoration Work at Tall Hisban and Vicinity.” Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 43: 115-125.
Walker, B. J. and O. S. LaBianca. (2001). “Countering the Urban Bias in Islamic Studies: Final Report on MPP 2001–Tall Hisban, Jordan.” Munjazaat: Newsletter for the Department of Antiquities of Jordan (Fall).
Walker, B. J. and O. S. LaBianca. (2001). “Countering the Urban Bias in Islamic Studies: Final Report of MPP 2001: Tall Hisban, Jordan.” American Center of Oriental Research Newsletter Newsletter 13 (1): 9-10.
Walker, B. J. and O. S. LaBianca. (2003). “The Islamic Qusur of Tall Hisban: Preliminary Report on the 1998 and 2001 Seasons.” Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan V: 47.
Walker, B. J. and O. S. LaBianca. (2005). “Tall Hesban.” American Journal of Archaeology 109: 536-539.
Walker, B. J. and O. S. LaBianca. (2007). “Tall Hisban: Palimpsest of Great and Little Traditions of Transjordan and the Ancient Near East,” in Crossing Jordan — North American Contributions to the Archaeology of Jordan. Edited by P. M. M. D. Thomas E. Levy, R. W. Younker and M. Shaer. London, Equinox Publishing.
Younker, R. W., L. T. Geraty, L. G. Herr, and O. S. LaBianca. (1993). “The Joint Madaba Plains Project: A Preliminary Report from the 1993 Season.” Andrews University Seminary Studies 31 (3): 205-239.