Congratulations to Dan Plekhov for successfully defended his MA Thesis “Regional-scale applications of architectural energetics odels: A case study from Lydian Bin Tepe.”
Category: Graduate Student
Kathleen Forste has been selected to receive the ASOR Heritage Excavation Fellowship to use for her research in Israel this summer! The fellowship is $2000, and the link to the website is here: http://www.asor.org/fellowships/heritage.html. Congratulations Kathleen!
Congratulations to Paulo Medina! He was chosen as the Archaeology Outstanding Teaching Fellow for the Academic Year 2015-2016. There will be a brief reception for Teaching Fellow Award recipients on Monday, May 2, at 3:30 p.m. The reception will take place in the College of Arts and Sciences, Room 132, 725 Commonwealth Ave.
Dan Fallu, graduate student, was published in a book by Robert McCabe and Athina Cacouri. Dan contributed an essay on the geology of Mycenae entitled “The Mycenaean Landscape: From ‘Well-Founded’ to a shaky end”. Congratulations Dan! Mycenae: From Myth to History: Athina Cacouri, Robert … www.amazon.com Mycenae: From Myth to History [Athina Cacouri, Robert […]
Natalie Susmann, graduate student, publishes first peer-reviewed article in Archaeological Textiles Review, volume 57 titled Preliminary Approaches for the Identification and Classification of Murex Dye Production Sites. Congratulations to Natalie. It will soon be available for download here.
Boston University Department of Archaeology Dr. Chris Roosevelt and his co-authors, which also include grad student Brandon Olson published in the JFA issue 40.3 what has become the most downloaded JFA article in history, 851 times and counting!! The article is on his project’s use of digital technology to basically change the saying that archaeology […]
Boston University Department of Archaeology Professor David Carballo and Graduate Student David Walton (GRS’16) are recipients of an National Science Foundation Grant. Under the guidance of Dr. David Carballo, David Walton will investigate the nuances of obsidian tool production and consumption in household spaces. This project is unique, compared to previous scholarship, because it applies […]
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!
The 2014 recipient of the Archaeological Institute of America’s Harriet and Leon Pomerance Fellowship, Daniel “Dan” Fallu, thought for a long time that he would become a lawyer. Yet that same drive to solve puzzles, along with a strong desire to travel, eventually led Dan to study archaeology. Click here to read more.
High school students uncover artifacts at Milton’s Wakefield Estate Doctoral students at Boston University are spending another summer involving teens in an archaelogical dig at Milton’s Wakefield Estate. Read more, click here.