The Situation Today Following decades of quiescence, these are exciting times for archaeology in the KRG (Kurdistan Regional Government). And over the last four years, American archaeologists and cultural heritage experts have witnessed firsthand the rapid development of the cultural heritage situation in Iraqi Kurdistan. Read more click here
Author: Maria H. Sousa
The Young Society Leaders, an arm of the American Turkish Society, gathered at Istanbul’s Sabancı Center on June 20. American Turkish Society leader Murat Köprülü and Natixis Senior Country Manager Rıza Kadılar attended the debut meeting, and Joshua Walker, Sedef Koktenturk, Melek Pulatkonak, Christina Luke, Christopher Roosevelt, Aslı Ay, Didem Altop and Şebnem Kalemli Özcan […]
By Tess Davis. Video by Devin Hahn. Photo by Josh Andrus Archaeologist Tess Davis spent 10 years documenting the plunder of Cambodia’s ancient temples and working for the return of the country’s looted antiquities. Click here to read the Bostonia article, the basis of this interview.
Metropolitan College welcomes Dr. Mary Beaudry as interim faculty coordinator of the MLA in Gastronomy program. Dr. Beaudry is a BU College of Arts & Sciences professor of archaeology and anthropology, and a MET professor of gastronomy. One of the founders of the MLA in Gastronomy, she has for many years taught the program’s core […]
Artifact Trove at Egyptian Tomb Illuminates Life Before Pharaohs Archaeologist uncovers human sacrifices and evidence of strife. National Geographic Daily News.Click here to read the story.
Bermuda Day Article Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of one of the oldest Bermuda homes believed to be in existence. … click here for the article.
Natalie Susmann turned one of her essays from CAS AR 593, Memory in 3-D: Memorials, then and now course into an op-ed for the Boston Herald. Click here to read the article.
We congratulate to the following students Graduate Students: Aviva Cormier (GRS’16) Summer Research Fellowship and a Graduate Student Abroad Fellowship Matthew Flynn (GRS’19) S&J Tom Family Foundation Scholarship and Graduate Student Organization Travel Research Fellowship Anna Goldfield (GRS’17) Summer Research Fellowship Luke Pecoraro (GRS’15) Summer Research Fellowship Franco Rossi (GRS’15) The Angela J. and James […]
Jade Luiz interview on the BU Writing Program’s on-line newsletter about the course she is offering, Teaching Steampunk. Here is the Writing Programs website were you can read Jades interview (scroll to the bottom, on right hand side) http://buwritingprogram.wordpress.com/
Boston Daily Press April 21, 2014 Unearthing a Lost Historic Landscape Colonial Williamsburg archaeologist Hank Lutton explores a deeply buried scatter of burned 1700s bricks that were used to fill part of a ravine near the Capitol about 1750. Click here to download pdf of article.