Ricardo J. Elia, PhD
Menorca Field School in Archaeology & Heritage Management (Summer)
Dr. Ricardo J. Elia is the former chairman of the Department of Archaeology at Boston University, as well as an Associate Professor of Archaeology. His research interests focus on international archaeological heritage management, archaeology and the law, archaeological ethics, public archaeology, and archaeological writing for the public. His area interests include historical archaeology and the archaeology of the Classical world. At the Menorca Field School in Archaeology & Heritage Management, he teaches AR580: Studies in Archaeological Heritage Management: Cultural Heritage of Menorca.