Author: Maria H. Sousa

Michael Hamilton’s daughter, Olivia, 2018 BFA Thesis Exhibition

AS Reported by BU Today 05.09.2018 By Sara Frazier (COM’20). Photos by Maddie Malhotra (COM’19) 2018 BFA Thesis Exhibition: A Reflection of 42 Individual Journeys (click for complete article) Painting, printmaking, graphic design, sculpture on display at 808 Gallery through Friday (5/11) Olivia Hamilton (CFA’18) in front of her BFA thesis project, Extractions, which features […]

Professor Curtis Runnels Asphendou Cave, Crete, Times Interview

Cretan cave art is from the Ice Age Norman Hammond, Archaeology Correspondent April 7 2018, 12:01am, The Times A carving of an extinct deer in the Asphendou Cave on Crete PHILIP SAPIRSTEIN The earliest known Greek art has been identified in a cave on the island of Crete. Depicting extinct animals, it has been found to date […]

The members of the Department of Archaeology mourn the death of Professor Rodolfo Fattovich

Professor Rodolfo Fattovich (Trieste 1945 – Rome 2018) worked closely with Professor Kathryn Bard for 25 years. He regularly visited the Department of Archaeology at Boston University for a month or more every year to work with colleagues. He held a Visiting Professorship in the Archaeology Department and was a frequent lecturer in BU’s African Studies Center. […]

Jade Luiz speaks at BostonTalks Happy Hour

BostonTalks, WGBH’s smarter happy hour, brings you a night of drinks and short speaking programs around the theme “Underground.” Listen as speakers share their insights and stories about the underground–both literally and figuratively. Between talks, chat with the speakers over a brew! Click here for additional information. Jade Luiz Historical archaeologist Luiz is a historical […]

Kathleen Forste in action – in the field

Kathleen is in Israel in the field.  First she was at a beautiful early Islamic site near Modi’in, and now in the lovely little fruit orchard and garden behind the Albright, floating samples. Here are some fun pictures of her in action.