Maria Codlin is recipient of the Long Term GRAF and will be doing her research in Mexico, Spring 2019. Daniela Hernandez Sarinana is recipient of a Short Term GRAF and will also be doing her research in Mexico, Spring 2019.
Category: Graduate Student
Alum, Dan Fallu (GRS’17) accepted a five-year postdoc at the Tromsø University Museum in Norway to research soil DNA and the Geoarchaeology of agricultural terraces across Europe. Congratulations Dan!
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.
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 […]
2016 Archaeology PhD Veronica Joseph (now Veronica Keyes) has been employed at DPAA (Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency) in Honolulu for several years, work that she is enjoying very much. She is was one of the archaeologists/anthropologists on the delegation that recently went to North Korea to retrieve 55 sets of remains from DPRK, which will […]
Sara received her PhD in Archaeology this past May and started her new job June 2018 as an Associate Editor at Wiley Publishing in Medford. She is the journal manager of 4 journals within the Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews series. These journals combine some of the features of encyclopedic reference works and review journals. She is […]
Professor David Carballo and graduate student, Daniela Hernandez Sarinana, in San Pedro Tlajinga, Teotihuacan with the families from the community to explain their project goals and their progress. #archaeology #Mexico #proyectoarqueologicotlajingateotihuacan
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.
Kristen Wroth, (GRS’18) accepted a three year post doctoral position as a researcher with the Geoarchaeology Working Group at the University of Tübingen in Germany to study several sites in South Africa. Congratulations Kristen!