BU alumni participated in an archaeological immersion day on Friday, September 25, which will included hands-on access to the Gabel Museum at the College of Arts & Sciences, behind-the-scenes lab tours with faculty members and PhD students, and guided viewing of the Asian collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Additional events and information […]
Congratulations to Erica Pitcairn (MA, 2015) for finding a great full-time job! She’ll be working at Cengage Learning with the group that publishes high school textbooks and other course materials for AP and honors/elective courses. She’s excited to be learning more about publishing and to remain involved in education, and Cengage is excited about her interdisciplinary […]
Dr. Christina Hodge (GRS’07), Collections Manager, Stanford Archaeology Center, Department of Anthropology at Stanford University has published a book based on her dissertation. “Consumerism and the Emergence of the Middle Class in Colonial America”, was published by Cambridge University Press. Congratulations Christina!
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.
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.
Matthew Egger, Archaeology graduating senior was awarded a Fulbright grant for next year. He will be attending the first year of a Master’s program in classical archaeology and ancient numismatics at the University of Tuebingen in Germany. The research area of focus is a site on the Western Anatolian coast dating to the Hellenistic Period […]
Professor John Marston’s SAA article: Navigating the Interdisciplinary Academic Job Market in Archaeology
The SAA Archaeological Record January 2014 – Volume 14 – Number 1 Marston SAA Record Article 2014
The United States-Israel Educational Foundation (USIEF) awarded Alexandra Ratzlaff a Fulbright Post- doctoral Award to enable her to conduct research for twenty months at the University of Haifa during the 2013/2014/2015 academic years. Congratulations!
Ask an Archaeologist Episode 2 – October 8, 2013 with Dr. Travis Parno Friends of ASOR present “Ask an Archaeologist,” a brand new YouTube series dedicated to finding out what you and your students want to know about Archaeology. The series is based on questions submitted by viewers. Viewer’s questions will be answered by professional […]
Today the site is a National Historic Landmark, and thousands of artifacts excavated from it more than two decades ago were haphazardly stored in 50 boxes at Boston’s City Archaeology Lab, just down the street from Brook Farm, where they sat untouched. BU Today Article read more here.