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CollectionsYour library (1,855)

Reviews66 reviews

Tagsreligion (478), history (289), read (244), fiction (236), archaeology (217), Catholicism (172), Near East (157), novels (141), anthropology (135), biographies (129) — see all tags

MediaNot set (126), Book (1,727), Paper Book (1,508), Audiobook (4), Ebook (7), Other (2), Software (1)

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About meI am a contract archaeologist, living and working in Los Angeles County.

I received my Ph.D. in Anthropology, with a concentration in anthropological archaeology. My dissertation focused on Biblical Edom in the Near East.

I'm interested in the history and archaeology of California and the Near East. Religion in general, particularly mysticism, excites me. I also have very strong interests in Lovecraft studies, and occasionally publish in that field.

A list of my publications, most of which are online, is included in my LinkedIn page, linked below.

I'm always looking to make connections with others who have similar interests -- or who are just interesting -- so don't hesitate to contact me.

About my libraryI'm particularly interested in developing my Lovecraftiana, religion, archaeology, and Near Eastern studies collections, but my interests are varied and eclectic.

I've read bits and pieces of most of these books, and many I've read it cover to cover.

Those tagged "Humanities Writing Program" are used in the curriculum at the University of California, San Diego's Revelle College, which I TA'd for six years.

These are mostly the books I physically own (or owned -- a few rare exceptions may have gone off to friends and relatives). A few I've chosen to review are also listed. I've read and loved many besides these, including some of my favorite books, which are not here. Some of these books were hard sought-after and expensively bought, others I rescued from rubbish bins. Fringe scholarship amuses me, but I don't practice it or believe it. Ownership of a book is not necessarily an endorsement of its contents.

I'd be very interested in discussing these and other books with members here.

GroupsA Pearl of Wisdom and Enlightenment, Ancient History, Archaeologists, Archaeology, Biblical Archaeology Society, Biblical History, Bookshelf of the Damned, Californians Who LT, Catholic Tradition, Christianityshow all groups

Favorite authorsSaint Augustine, Herbert Eugene Bolton, Graham Greene, Robert E. Howard, T. E. D. Klein, H. P. Lovecraft, Michel de Montaigne, William Seabrook, Edward R. F. Sheehan, Neil Asher Silberman, Arthur Edward Waite (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresEighth Day Books, Skylight Books, The Book Tree

Favorite librariesCharles E. Young Research Library (UCLA), Davidson Library - University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB), Geisel Library - University of California, San Diego, Los Angeles Public Library - Central Library, University of Texas Libraries - Classics Library, University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas Libraries - Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas Libraries - Perry-Castañeda Library, University of Texas Libraries - The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum

Homepagehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/marc-beherec-7594a713/

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Real nameMarc A. Beherec

LocationLos Angeles, California

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Member sinceMar 20, 2008

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