Archaeology Professor Kathryn Bard with co-author, Rodolfo Fattovich, August 2018 published the book Seafaring Expeditions to Punt in the Middle Kingdom, Excavations at Mersa/Wadi Gawasis, Egypt. From the series Culture and History of the Ancient Near East, Volume: 96 In the 12th Dynasty (ca. 1985-1773 BC) the Egyptian state sent a number of seafaring expeditions […]
Anna Goldfield is lead author on an article just published in the Journal of Human Evolution. “Modeling the role of fire and cooking in the competitive exclusion of Neanderthals” by Anna Goldfield, Ross Booton, and Professor John (Mac) Marston was generated originally as part of Anna’s dissertation. Read the article here. Congratulations Anna!
Anna Goldfield, Boston University Department of Archaeologist alumna, is a columnist for Sapiens.org, a site that showcases anthropology for the public run by the Wenner-Gren Foundation. Congratulations to Anna, her first article! Click here to read it.
American Journal of Archaeology of the Archaeological Institute of America Thomas Warren Jacobsen 1935-2017 by Tracey Cullen Volume 121, Number 3 July 2017 Pages 5050-8 Please click here to read journal.
Congratulations to Professor Marston! Now Available from Penn Press Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at Ancient Gordion: Gordion Special Studies 8 John M. Marston This book publishes the results of 220 botanical samples from the 1993-2002 Gordion excavations directed by Mary Voigt. Together with Naomi Miller’s 2010 volume (Gordion Special Studies 5), this book completes the […]
Justin Holcomb’s research brief on the Connley Caves in Oregon has officially been published in the journal Paleoamerica, Volume 3, Issue 1. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/vVuQVqcQGzrH9DcG77wW/full Congratulations Justin!
Congratulations to Paul Goldberg and his co-editors at the published Encyclopedia of Geoarchaeology, Springer, 2017. As excerpted from the Springer website: Geoarchaeology is the archaeological subfield that focuses on archaeological information retrieval and problem solving utilizing the methods of geological investigation. Archaeological recovery and analysis are already geoarchaeological in the most fundamental sense because […]
The chance discovery of a long-lost letter from the famous archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann is the topic of Dr. Runnels’ latest blog post, and may be a welcome relief from late semester stress! Curtis Runnels, 2016, Who went to Schliemann’s Wedding? A blog post for the Archivist’s Notebook of the American School of Classical Studies at […]
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 […]
Archaeology PhD Kathryn L. Ness, Curator of Collections at Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts, is about to publish a monograph based on her 2015 dissertation, Setting the Table: Ceramics, Dining, and Cultural Exchange in Andalucia and La Florida with University Press of Florida. Due out in January, 2017, the book is already being promoted widely […]