For an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 2: The Oriental Institute Electronic Publications Initiative. All told, nearly two hundred fifty volumes are now accessible.
I should also point out that in addition to the above An Introduction and Guide to the Oriental Institute Research Archives is online, as are the twelve Research Archives Acquisitions Lists for 2009.
A series of articles by faculty members also appeared:
- Norman Golb 2009: Observations On The Bipolar Theory Of So-Called "Qumran Spellings"
- Robert K. Ritner 2009: Reading the Coffin of Meresamun
- Norman Golb 2009: The Messianic Pretender Solomon Ibn Al Ruji And His Son Menahem (The So-Called "David Alroy")
- Norman Golb 2009: The Autograph Memoirs Of Obadiah The Proselyte Of Oppido Lucano
- Norman Golb 2009: On the Jerusalem origin of the Dead Sea Scrolls
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