Kathleen Forste, Graduate Student, and Professor Amalia Perez-Juez, attended the EAA Meetings in Barcelona this September. “New Archaeobotanical Evidence of Early Islamic Agricultural Economy at Ashkelon and Caesarea Maritima” – Kathleen Forste “Manurqa: Islamic Medieval Archaeology in the Balearic Island of Menorca, Spain. Is it still condemned to Damnatio Memoriae?” – Amalia Pérez-Juez and Elena […]
Archaeology Seminar Series Fall 2018 All talks 12:20-1:15 pm Wednesdays in STO 253, unless otherwise indicated Speaker Location Date/Time Bryan Burns, Wellesley College Honoring the Dead Through Monuments and Miniatures: Excavations at Eleon in Central Greece STO 253 Wednesday, Sept. 19, 12:20 PM Natalie Munro, University of Connecticut The Emergence of Animal […]
Dear Friends and Colleagues, We are pleased to welcome you to attend an open house and keynote lecture on the future of archaeology on the afternoon of Friday, September 21st. Additional information will be forthcoming, but we want to make sure you save the date and come spend some time with us. The open house, […]
Natalie Susmann’s summer class, CAS AR 100, Great Discoveries in Archaeology, students have spent the past two weeks independently researching and preparing for an in-class debate, held today, on the Parthenon marbles.
Graduate student, Mary Clarke attended the Museo Nacional De Arqueologia y Etnologia participating in the XXXII Archaeological Investigations Symposium, Guatemala.
Prof. Beaudry and alumna Kaoru Ueda contribute to the publication of the 2011 conference on historical archaeology in Taiwan
Conversation between Archaeology and History: Seventeenth Century Taiwan and Its Surrounding Area Proceedings of the 2011 conference on historical archaeology in Taiwan, published in 2017 by the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. Among the contributors are Kaoru Ueda and Prof. Mary Beaudry. Save Save
Emily S. Johnson and John M. Marston received the best poster award at the 2017 Annual Conference of the Society of Ethnobiology, for the poster entitled “Elite Feasting and Monumental Dedication at Early Phrygian Gordion, Central Turkey”. This was the result of research Emily did as a UROP project with Prof. Marston in Spring 2017. Congratulations […]
The workshop was held Saturday, May 6 at Harvard University Center for Nanoscale Systems and Sunday, May 7 at Boston University Department of Archaeology. This workshop aimed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge directly useful to practitioners working with cultural heritage materials. There were presentations and discussions in the morning, followed in the afternoon by […]
Professor Mary Beaudry in 2014 was coauthor (with Keith W. Kintigh, Jeffrey H. Altschul, Robert D. Drennan, Ann P. Kinzig, Timothy A. Kohler, W. Fredrick Limp, Herbert D.G. Maschner, William K. Michener, Timothy R. Pauketat, Peter Peregrine, Jeremy A. Sabloff, Tony J. Wilkinson, Henry T. Wright, and Melinda A. Zeder) of an article, “Forum: Grand […]
Emeritus Professor Norman Hammond gave an invited presentation at the biennial Church Monuments Symposium
Emeritus Professor Norman Hammond gave an invited presentation at the biennial Church Monuments Symposium, held at Herstmonceux Castle in Sussex, England, on September 3rd, 2016. His topic was “Preserved in Paint: the Lost Habsburg Memorials at St John’s Cathedral, ‘S-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands”. An earlier version of this study has recently been published in the Heraldry Society’s […]