Alumna, Dr. Ilaria Patania (GRS’17) recipient of grants for her new project
Early Occupation of Sicily Project
Archaeologists will be in demand!
Archaeologists will be required to fill more than 8,000 positions.
Dr. David Carballo on The DemystifySci Podcast
Ancestors of the Americas.
John Marston’s research made The Brink’s top 10 discoveries of 2022
#8, Ancient Maya used water left over from making tamales to flush indoor toilets
Mark Mobius (CFA’58, COM’59)gives $1 million support research and fieldwork for archaeology students
“Archaeology in the Americas has not gotten as much support as it deserves. So much is undiscovered and misunderstood,” says Mobius.
Jacob Bongers published article in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology
Painting personhood: Red pigment practices in southern Peru.
Successful dissertation defense of Mario Giron-Ábrego
Projectile Points and Early Human Presence in Terminal Pleistocene Middle America
BU Archaeology Colonial Cemeteries Visit
Professor Robert Murowchick and some undergrads visited two colonial cemeteries in downtown Boston.
Archaeology Program Researcher Spotlight – Dr. Maria Torras Freixa
Visiting Research Scholar from Universitat de Barcelona, Spain in the Archaeology Program at Boston University.
John Marston and alumna, Kathleen Forste (GRS’21), co-author an article
Urban agricultural economy of the Early Islamic southern Levant: a case study of Ashkelon.