Call for Papers: The Archaeology of Identity in “Peripheries” of the Roman World: An Emerging Scholar Symposium

The Program in Archaeology and Department of Classical Studies at Boston University invite proposals for research presentations and a panel discussion on the topic of the archaeology of identity in “peripheries” of the Roman world.

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Mary Beaudry gave the keynote address at the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference

The Society for Historical Archaeology’s 2020 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology was held in Boston January 8-11, 2020. According to their Conference Preliminary Program, “This year marks the anniversary of many revolutionary events in history, including the 400th anniversary of the founding of nearby Plimoth Plantation, the 250th anniversary of the Boston Massacre, and […]

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BU Archaeology Faculty, Students, and Alum presenting at this year SAA Meeting

 The 84th SAA Meeting, held in Albuquerque, New Mexico April 10 to the 14, 2019 Presenters Catherine F. West and Ben Fitzhugh Human Behavioral Ecology and the Complexities of Arctic Foodways (Thursday, 8am) Symposium: Human Behavioral Ecology at the Coastal Margins: Global Perspectives on Coastal & Maritime Adaptations (Thursday, 8am–12pm) 115 Brazos Ben Fitzhugh, Catherine […]

Kathleen and Amalia attend the EAA Meetings in Barcelona

Kathleen Forste, Graduate Student, and Professor Amalia Perez-Juez, attended the EAA Meetings in Barcelona this September.  “New Archaeobotanical Evidence of Early Islamic Agricultural Economy at Ashkelon and Caesarea Maritima” – Kathleen Forste “Manurqa: Islamic Medieval Archaeology in the Balearic Island of Menorca, Spain. Is it still condemned to Damnatio Memoriae?” – Amalia Pérez-Juez and Elena […]

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Archaeology Seminar Series

Archaeology Seminar Series Fall 2018 All talks 12:20-1:15 pm Wednesdays in STO 253, unless otherwise indicated   Speaker Location Date/Time Bryan Burns, Wellesley College Honoring the Dead Through Monuments and Miniatures: Excavations at Eleon in Central Greece   STO 253   Wednesday, Sept. 19, 12:20 PM Natalie Munro, University of Connecticut The Emergence of Animal […]

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