Category: Affiliated Faculty

Josh Robinson publishes in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports

Joshua Robinson published today in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, article tile, Burned by the fire: Isotopic effects of experimental combustion of faunal tooth enamel. Direct share link available for the next 50 days ( PDF of article, click here.

Marston, Scott, Luke, and Shin are co-authors on the 2014-2017 Research report at Kaymakci

BU Archaeology Program Professor John Marston, graduate student, Catherine Scott (GRS’19), alumna Nami Shin (CAS’15), and Christina Luke, Adjunct Associate Professor are co-authors on Exploring Space, Economy, and Interregional Interaction at a Second-Millennium B.C.E. Citadel in Central Western Anatolia: 2014–2017 Research at Kaymakçı, published by AJA. Congratulations to all! Click here to read article.

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. […]

First international interdisciplinary Virtual Brown Bag hosted on October 7, 2015

The first international interdisciplinary Virtual Brown Bag discussion in the Maccabees Project organized by Professor Andrea Berlin was launched on October 7, 2015 and hosted at the Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies. Shown here in session are scholars in archaeology, history, theology Jewish Studies and medicine speaking with colleagues in other parts of the […]


Visiting Researcher Karen B. Metheny and Professor Mary C. Beaudry have co-edited Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopedia

What are the origins of agriculture? In what ways have technological advances related to food affected human development? How have food and foodways been used to create identity, communicate meaning, and organize society? In this highly readable, illustrated volume, archaeologists and other scholars from across the globe explore these questions and more.The Archaeology of Food offers more […]