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Marston publishes with PhD student Peter Kováčik and alumna Nami Shin

John M. Marston is lead author on a new article about the Bronze Age site of Kaymakçı in western Turkey, along with Anthropology PhD student Peter Kováčik, alumna Nami Shin (CAS ’15), and editor of the Journal of Field Archaeology, Christina Luke. Find the article, “Agropastoral Economies and Land Use in Bronze Age Western Anatolia,” […]

Latin American Antiquity Blog on Teotihuacan Research

Blog post for Latin American Antiquity that links to three different articles on the Tlajinga Project at Teotihuacan.  David Carballo co-author of “Neighborhoods Life, Migration, and Social Infrastructure in Teotihuacan’s Southern Periphery” and “New Perspectives on Migration into the Tlajinga District of Teotihuacan: A Dual-Isotope Approach,” and on another article with students, Daniela Hernandez Sarinana […]

Kathleen Forste (GRS’21) published

Kathleen Forste (GRS’21) article, “An Intrasite Analysis of Agricultural Economy at Early Islamic Caesarea Maritima, Israel,” published in Ethnobiology Letters. Congratulations, Kathleen! https://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/1718

Maria Codlin (GRS’21) receives award

Congratulations to Maria Codlin (GRS’21)! Her paper titled “Hunting and Husbandry at the Ancient Mexican City of Teotihuacan” has been selected for the 2021 Society for American Archaeology student paper award. Award listed here.

Mary Clarke’s CAS AR100, Summer I, class student reflections on the Day of Collective Engagement & Project

The PDF document includes all student reflections and responses to the Day of Collective Engagement or the BLM in Archaeology forum hosted by the Society of Black Archaeologists. Mary pulled a few quotes from their responses and placed them at the beginning of the document alongside the student’s name, college, and year. Here is the PDF,  […]

David Walton (GRS’17) tenure and promotion

Dave Walton awarded tenure and Assistant Professor promotion at the Lake-Sumter College in Florida.  David received his PhD from Boston University Archaeology Program May 2017. His dissertation was on “The Production, Consumption, and Function of Stone Tools in Prehispanic Central Mexico: a Comparative Study of Households Spanning the Formative to Postclassic Period”. We are so […]

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