Category: Graduate Student

Marston and Kováčik publish new article

Associate Professor, and Director of BU Archaeology, John M. Marston and anthropological archaeology PhD student Peter Kováčik have just published “Environmental reconstruction and wood use at Late Chalcolithic Çamlıbel Tarlası, Turkey” in Quaternary International. The article presents the wood charcoal assemblage of the early, small-scale metal-producing site of Çamlıbel Tarlası in central Anatolia, and is the first […]

Mary Clarke’s CAS AR100, Summer I, class student reflections on the Day of Collective Engagement & Project

The PDF document includes all student reflections and responses to the Day of Collective Engagement or the BLM in Archaeology forum hosted by the Society of Black Archaeologists. Mary pulled a few quotes from their responses and placed them at the beginning of the document alongside the student’s name, college, and year. Here is the PDF,  […]

David Walton (GRS’17) tenure and promotion

Dave Walton awarded tenure and Assistant Professor promotion at the Lake-Sumter College in Florida.  David received his PhD from Boston University Archaeology Program May 2017. His dissertation was on “The Production, Consumption, and Function of Stone Tools in Prehispanic Central Mexico: a Comparative Study of Households Spanning the Formative to Postclassic Period”. We are so […]

Katie Berlin (CAS’20) featured in CAS News – Arts and Sciences

“Katie Berlin (GRS’20) came to BU after graduating from UC Berkeley because she knew the archaeology program in the Department of Anthropology had top-notch faculty members committed to improving the field as a whole. She quickly became exposed to innovative research techniques, like those of Dr. Andrea Berlin (no relation, Katie says), who created a […]

Justin Holcomb (GRS’21) co-authored an article in Science Advances

The Science Advances, the open-source journal of Science! The article is titled, “Earliest occupation of the Central Aegean (Naxos), Greece: Implications for hominin and Homo sapiens’ behavior and dispersals”. The site represents the core of his dissertation research, so it is an exciting development. Link: Daily Mail coverage: Eureka! Science Daily: Abstract: We […]