Jacob Bongers recipient of a Franklin Research Grant
The grant will be used to map a large fortified town in coastal Peru with a Mavic 3E
Archaeology Program Researcher Spotlight – Dr. Maria Torras Freixa
Visiting Research Scholar from Universitat de Barcelona, Spain in the Archaeology Program at Boston University.
Jacob Bongers CISS Affiliate of the month for October 2022
Affiliate of the Month for October 2022: Jacob Bongers (CAS Archeology) Dr. Jacob Bongers is an anthropological archaeologist who received a Ph.D. in archaeology from the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA in 2019. He employs multidisciplinary methodologies built around archaeological science and digital archaeology to investigate how Indigenous communities confront social and environmental change. His doctoral research examined how groups configured […]
One on one with Dr. Jacob Bongers, Society Fellows Postdoctoral Scholar
The Boston University College of Arts and Sciences Archaeology Program is proud to welcome the first cohort of the Society of Fellows, a new program that gives early-career scholars with a commitment to interdisciplinary and inclusive scholarship an opportunity to advance their research and teaching. Doctor Jacob Bongers is one of the first scholars in […]
Josh Robinson published an article
Josh Robinson published in the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. It can be found at the following link: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10816-021-09541-7. PDF. Congratulations Josh!
Joshua Robinson published an article in Historical Biology
Joshua Robinson, Lecturer in Archaeology, just published an article in Historical Biology titled “Investigating habitat heterogeneity of Late Pleistocene archaeological sites in eastern Africa from stable isotopes.” Congratulations Josh!
Joshua Robinson awarded Leakey Foundation grant
Josh’s grant in the amount of $13,996.00 awarded in support of his research project, “Multiproxy paleoecology of ~ 2.35 Ma early Homo from Ethiopia.” Congratulations Josh!
Joshua Robinson published in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
Josh’s report titled “A Holocene paleoenvironmental record based on ungulate stable isotopes from Lukenya Hill, Kenya” Elsevier author-share link (good until January 16th) is: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1a852,rVDBReaX, Click here for paper PhD. Congratulations Josh!
Professor James Pokines study published
Searching for human remains: Study suggests methodology to improve results January 29, 2019, Boston University School of Medicine Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2019-01-human-methodology-results.html#jCp
Marston, Scott, Luke, and Shin are co-authors on the 2014-2017 Research report at Kaymakci
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.