Amalia Perez-Juez

Adjunct Associate Professor of Archaeology, Resident Co-Director (Menorca Archaeological Field School), Director (Boston University in Spain)

  • Title Adjunct Associate Professor of Archaeology,
    Resident Co-Director (Menorca Archaeological Field School),
    Director (Boston University in Spain)
  • Education PhD, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 2001

Curriculum Vitae

Areas of Interest

archaeology of Spain; dissemination of research; cultural heritage management

Excavations and Fieldwork

Dr. Perez-Juez is currently working on a major research project, along with other Boston University Faculty members and graduate students, at the mediterranean site of Torre d’en Galmes, Menorca. This complements her previous research project near the city of Madrid: the excavation of the Late-Iron Age site of Cerro de la Gavia. The excavation of these major settlements shed light on the daily life of the inhabitants of Iberia until and during the Roman conquest. Trade, exchange, acculturation, resistance and other topics regarding the encounter of the two cultures are topics covered by this research (as well as the more traditional ones of architecture, agricultures, etc.)

For information on the Menorca Field School in Archaeology and Heritage Management  Click Here

Publications

2006 Patrimonio Arqueológico. El yacimiento como recurso turístico
Editorial Ariel, Barcelona. Spain.

2005 El Cerro de la Gavia. El Madrid que encontraron los Romanos
Book chapters 2 (pp.35-62), 6 (pp.125-146), 9 (pp. 215-232), 10 (pp. 233-254), 11 (pp.255-268).
Museo de San Isidro de Madrid, Madrid. Spain

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