Ricardo J. Elia
Associate Professor of Archaeology
Office: Room 345D
PhD, Boston University, 1982
Areas of interest: International archaeological heritage management, U.S. cultural resource management, archaeology and the law, archaeological ethics, public archaeology, and archaeological writing for the public, classical world archaeology
“Heritage Management,” co-author with Marta Ostovich , Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics, ed. Dee Clayman (2011).
“Mythology of the Antiquities Market,” in James A. R. Nafziger and Ann M. Nicgorski, eds., Cultural Heritage Issues: The Legacy of Conquest, Colonization, and Commerce. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff (2009), 239–255.
“Protecting Cultural Heritage in Asymmetric Conflicts: Lessons from Iraq,” in Rogerio Amoeda et al., eds., World Heritage and Sustainable Development. Volume 1. Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute (2008), 119–128.
“Analysis of the Looting, Selling, and Collecting of Apulian Red-Figure Vases: A Quantitative Approach,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, and C. Renfrew, eds., Illicit Antiquities: The Destruction of the World’s Archaeological Heritage. Cambridge, UK: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research (2001), 145–153.