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, […]
The BU Center for the Humanities Executive Committee selected four Archaeology majors and one Archaeology PhD student to receive the prestigious awards. Regina Isidro Campos (CAS’22) and Priya Patel (CAS’22) received the Alice M. Brennan Humanities Award. Yarden Tsfoni (CAS’22) received the Robert E. Yellin Award. Guzin Erin (GRS’21) received an Edwin S. and Ruth […]
Teaching Fellows, Mary Clarke and Guzin Eren take Professor Rebecca Bria’s CAS AR101 students to visit with Samantha Kelley, laboratory assistant in the Zooarchaeology Lab. They helped students with identifying bones and assembling them into complete skeletons. Click here to view the photos.
CAS AR 410, Archaeological Research Design and Materials Analysis, taught by Professor Catherine West and teaching assistant, Kathleen Forste (GRS’21), worked on material from a historic site in Boston’s North End. The students wrote blog posts reflecting on their analysis of 17-19th century artifacts from a possible privy at the Pierce-Hichborn House. https://www.boston.gov/news/studying-artifacts-pierce-hichborn-house https://www.instagram.com/bostonarchaeo/ https://www.instagram.com/bu_archaeology/
Sydney Hunter (CAS’19) Archaeology Senior, has been awarded a J. William Fulbright Scholarship to attend the University of Liverpool for a Master’s of Arts in Archaeology. At Liverpool, she’ll be taking classes on the archaeology of the Near East and various materials analyses, emphasis on archaeobotany for the MA thesis work. Sydney will be conducting research […]
Archaeology senior Emma Schlauder (CAS’19) has been awarded a J. William Fulbright Scholarship for study in the United Kingdom. A double major in Archaeology and History, with a minor in Classical Civilization, Emma will use the prestigious award to attend the University of Sheffield’s MSc program in Human Osteology and Funerary Archaeology in fall 2019. […]
Sydney Hunter (CAS’19) awarded the Undergraduate Ethnobiologist Award by the Society of Ethnobiology. Sydney will receive the award at the May 2019 Society of Ethnobiology conference in Vancouver, Canada. Congratulations Sydney!
Jessica received her BA in Archaeology, May 2009 and has gone on with her interests in archaeology. Jessica is the recipient of a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Arizona. She studies the role of household ritual in the development of ancient Maya civilization at Ceibal, Guatemala. Congratulations Jessica!