See Ofer Bar-Yosef and Amihai Mazar, “Israeli Archaeology,” World Archaeology 13 (1982), pp. 310–325; Ephraim Stern, “The Bible and Israeli Archaeology” in Perdue, Toombs and Johnson, Archaeology and Biblical Interpretation, pp. 31–40; Neil A. Silberman, Between Past and Present: Archaeology, Ideology, and Nationalism in the Modern Near East (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1988); Talia Shay, “Israeli Archaeology—Ideology and Practice,” Antiquity 63 (1989), pp. 768–772; William G. Dever, “Archaeology in Israel Today: A Summation and Critique,” in Seymour Gitin and William G. Dever, eds., Recent Excavations in Israel: Studies in Iron Age Archaeology, Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research 49 (1989), pp. 143–152; Aharon Kempinski, “The Impact of Archaeology on Israeli Society and Culture,” Ariel 100–101 (1994), pp. 179–190 (Hebrew); see also the essays cited in the following note.