Bo Lawergren

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Bo Lawergren is a Professor Emeritus of Physics at Hunter College, The City University of New York.[1] He received his PhD in Nuclear physics from the Australian National University of Canberra, Australia.[2]

Publications[edit]

  • Lawergren, Bo (2003). "Oxus Trumpets, CA, 2200-1800 BCE: Material, Overview, Usage, Societal Role, and Catalog". Iranica Antiqua. 38: 41–118. ISSN 0021-0870. 
  • Lawergren, Bo (Feb 1998). "Distinctions among Canaanite,Philistine, and Israelite Lyres, and their Global Lyrical Contexts". The Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (BASOR). Boston, MA: The American Schools of Oriental Research (309): 41–68. ISSN 0003-097X. JSTOR 1357602. doi:10.2307/1357602. 
  • Lawergren, Bo; Gurney, O.R. (1987). "Sound Holes and Geometrical Figures. Clues to the Terminology of Ancient Mesopotamian Harps". Iraq. 49: 37–52. JSTOR 4200263. doi:10.2307/4200263. 
  • Lawergren, Bo (1994). "Buddha as a Musician: An Illustration of a Jataka Story". Artibus Asiae. Artibus Asiae Publishers. 54 (3/4): 226–240. JSTOR 3250057. doi:10.2307/3250057. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Professor Emeritus Bo Lawergren". Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hunter College. Archived from the original on 2010-01-26. Retrieved 26 January 2010. 
  2. ^ http://hunter-cuny.academia.edu/BoLawergren/CurriculumVitae