Alum, David Walton publishes his obsidian use-wear analyses

Alum, David Walton new article published online that presents his obsidian use-wear analyses from a site called Altica (1250-800 BC), Mexico, which is the earliest settlement documented for the Teotihuacan Valley. If you would like to check out the paper in full, you can do so through his faculty website ( tldr: they were doing […]

Amalia Perez-Juez new book

Arqueología de la Guerra Civil y la Dictadura Española: La historia NO escrita by Amalia Pérez-Juez Gil (Editor), Jorge Morín de Pablos (Editor), published by British Archaeological Reports (Oxford) Ltd, BAR International Series , #2965. Overview: Archeology of the Civil War and the Spanish Dictatorship collects contributions from different research teams that have worked on […]

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 […]

Curtis Runnels and Justin Holcomb (GRS’20) published article

Curtis and Justin have published an article in the journal Quaternary International titled “Deposit-centered archaeological survey and the search for the Aegean Palaeolithic: A geoarchaeological perspective.” Congratulations! Article Link: Abstract: Recent archaeological discoveries from the Greek islands of Crete and Naxos point to the presence of hominins in the Aegean Basin beginning at least in […]

Carolyn L. White (GRS’02) published a new book!

Carolyn L. White received her PhD from Boston University Archaeology in 2002. Carolyn is the Mamie Kleberg Chair in Historical Preservation, Professor of Anthropology, Director of Historical Preservation Program, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno. Congratulations to Carolyn on her book, “The Archaeology of Burning Man: The Rise and Fall of Black Rock City.” […]

Kali’s baby has arrived!

Hazel Mae Capobianco, born at 6lbs 15oz and 19 inches long Thursday, May 7th, at 11:20am to Kali Wade and Chris Capobianco.  We can’t forget Dot, their fur baby. Congratulations to Kali, Chris, and Dot!

Four alumni publish in Advances in Archaeological Practice

Regional Ways of Seeing: A Big-Data Approach for Measuring Ancient Visualscapes Natalie M. Susamann (GRS’19) Published online in Advances in Archaeological Practice: 16 April 2020, pp. 1-18 Affording Archaeology: How Field School Costs Promote Exclusivity Laura E. Heath-Stout (GRS’19), Elizabeth M. Hannigan (CAS’19) Published online in Advances in Archaeological Practice: 13 April 2020, pp 1-11 […]