For a full list of publications see my CV.
Amy Gansell, “Women’s Lives in the Ancient Near East and Facets of Ancient Near Eastern Womanhood,” pp. 15-23 in Women at the Dawn of History, edited by Agnete Lassen and Klaus Wagensonner, New Haven: Peabody Museum of Natural History and Yale Babylonian Collection, Yale University, 2020.
Amy Gansell and Ann Shafer, “Perspectives on the Ancient Near Eastern Canon: More than Mesopotamia’s Greatest Hits” (co-author with Ann Shafer), pp. 1-41 in Testing the Canon of Ancient Near Eastern Art and Archaeology, Oxford University Press, 2020.
Amy Gansell, “Dressing the Neo-Assyrian Queen in Identity and Ideology: Elements and Ensembles from the Royal Tombs at Nimrud,” American Journal of Archaeology 122 (2018): 65-100.
Amy Gansell, “In Pursuit of Neo-Assyrian Queens: An Interdisciplinary Model for Researching Ancient Women and Engendering Ancient History,” pp. 157-81, in Studying Gender in the Ancient Near East, ed. S. Svärd and A. Garcia-Ventura, University Park, PA: Eisenbrauns, an imprint of Penn State University Press, 2018.
Amy Gansell, “Imperial Fashion Networks: Royal Assyrian, Near Eastern, Intercultural, and Composite Style Adornment from the Neo-Assyrian Royal Women’s Tombs at Nimrud,” pp. 54-64 in Assyria to Iberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age, ed. J. Aruz and M. Seymour, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2016.
Amy Gansell, “Prioritized Presence: Rulers’ Images in the Neo-Assyrian Palace as Devices of Elite Ideological Memory,” pp. 85-100 in Envisioning the Past through Memories, ed. D. Nadali, London: Bloomsbury, 2016.
Amy Gansell (first author) with Chris Wiggins, et al., “Stylistic Clusters and the Syrian/South Syrian Tradition of First Millennium BCE Levantine Ivory Carving: A Machine Learning Approach,” Journal of Archaeological Science 44 (2014): 194-205.
Amy Gansell, “The Iconography of Ideal Feminine Beauty Represented in the Hebrew Bible and Iron Age Levantine Ivory Sculpture,” pp. 46-70, in Image – Text – Exegesis: Iconographic Interpretation and the Hebrew Bible, ed. J. M. LeMon, et al., New York: Continuum/T&T Clark, 2014.
Amy Gansell, “Images and Conceptions of Ideal Feminine Beauty in Neo-Assyrian Royal Contexts, c. 883-627 BCE,” pp. 391-420, in Critical Approaches to Ancient Near Eastern Art, ed. M. Feldman and B. Brown, Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013.
Amy Gansell, “Women in Ancient Mesopotamia,” pp. 11-24, in A Companion to Women in the Ancient World, ed. S. James and S. Dillon, Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2012.
Amy Gansell, “From Mesopotamia to Modern Syria: Ethno-archaeological Perspectives on Female Adornment During Rites of Passage,” pp. 449-83, in Ancient Near Eastern Art in Context, Festschrift Irene J. Winter, ed. M. Feldman and J. Cheng, Boston: Brill, 2007.
Amy Gansell, “Identity and Adornment in the Third Millennium BC ‘Royal Cemetery’ at Ur,” Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17/1 (2007): 1-19.