Associate Professor of Archaeology
Areas of Interest
International archaeological heritage management; U.S. cultural resource management; archaeology and the law; archaeological ethics; public archaeology; heritage and armed conflict; looting and the antiquities market; the “monuments men” and women of the Japanese Occupation, 1945–1952.
Ricardo J. Elia, Amalia Pérez-Juez and Meredith Anderson Langlitz
2019 “Teaching Heritage in the Field: An Example from Menorca, Spain.” In Phyllis Mauch Messenger and Susan J. Bender, eds., Pedagogy and Practice in Heritage Studies. Tampa: University Press of Florida, 94–111.
Ricardo J. Elia and Amalia Pérez-Juez
2017 “History of a Legend: USS Constitution and its Connection to Menorca,” in Eva Garcia, ed., Farragut and Menorca: The Spanish Legacy in the U.S. Navy (bilingual edition, Spanish title: Farragut y Menorca. El Legado Español en la U.S. Navy). Spain: Ministry of Defense, 201–225.