Tag: Greece

Curtis Runnels elected to the Board of Overseers of the Gennadius Library and recipient of the Gennadius Prize

27 January 2010 NEWS Curtis Runnels (Professor of Archaeology, Anthropology, and Classical Studies) has received two honors. He has been elected to the Board of Overseers of the Gennadius Library in Athens, Greece. The Gennadius Library is part of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Founded in 1881, the School supports research and […]

Archaeology Summer Research Updates

Tel Shimron Excavation: The Tel Shimron Excavation seeks to understand the ancient world, including the world of the Bible, through rigorous archaeological investigation, in order to provide resources for the study of Levantine history and culture over the last five thousand years.  Kali Wade and Kathleen Forste. The Stélida Naxos Archaeological Project: The Stélida Naxos Archaeological […]

Justin Holcomb awarded two-year Malcolm H. Wiener Laboratory for Archaeological Science Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship

Congratulations to Justin Holcomb!  He has been awarded a two-year Malcolm H. Wiener Laboratory for Archaeological Science Pre-Doctoral Research Fellowship at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece for his project “Towards a Chronostratigraphic Framework of the Aegean Paleolithic: A Geoarchaeological Approach.”  

Daniel Fallu (GRS’16) recipient of a GRAF and AIA Pomerance Fellowship

Dan Fallu, Boston University Department of Archaeology graduate student has been awarded the long term GRAF.  The GRAF is specifically for his field work and residency in Greece. The bulk of the funding will be put towards coring the banks of the Chavos River (part of the natural fortification of Mycenae) in order to develop […]

NEW EPISODE 3: “Ask An Archaeologist !”

Published on Oct 28, 2013 In this episode, Boston University’s Department of Archaeology’s Professor, Curtis Runnels, answers questions gathered from social media and man-on-the-street questions. Ask an Archaeologist: Episode 3, Professor Curtis Runnels To submit questions: Email questions to ASORmedia@gmail.com with the subject “Ask An Archaeologist”. Use #AskAnArchaeologist on Twitter or Facebook. Tweet us directly […]