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Fall 2007
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Spring 2008 

 Friday, February 29
612 Schermerhorn, 12:00 - 2:00 pm



Severin Fowles, Barnard College
The Gorge Project: Iconology, Ethnogeography, and the Mighty Rio Grande

Terence D'Altroy, Columbia Univeristy
Christopher Small, Research Scientist, Lamont-Doherty earth Observatory
Digitally Modeling the Inca Heartland: Conservation and Research

Mara Horowitz, Postdoctoral Fellow, Alalakh Excavations
Ceramics and Typologies at the Alalakh Excavation Project

Dr. Anthony Tuck, Assistant Professor of Classics, UMass Amherst, Director, Proggio Civitate Archaeological ProjectJason Bauer, Franklin College Switzerland (NYC), Assistant Director, Proggio Civitate Archaeological Project
Recent Discoveries from Poggio Civitate, Murlo

Pam Crabtree, New York University
Feeding Medieval Cities: Faunal Remains from Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Ipswich

Fall 2007

Friday, September 28
612 Schermerhorn, 2:00 - 4:00 pm


Matthew Sanger
Assistant Lab Director, American Museum of Natural History
Landscape and Memory - Investigations into the reuse of the Late Archaic sites

Jonathan Hanna
Excavation Director, Rio Bravo Archaeological Survey, Programme for Belize Archaeological Project Residential Terracing and Domestic Ceremony at Chawok But'o'ob, Belize

Ginessa Mahar
Research Assistant, North American Archaeology Department, American Museum of Natural History
The Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Spanish Mission Church Bell Fragments from the American Soutwest or How I Spent My Summer Vacation...

Elizabeth Berger
Archaeology Mayor, Columbia University
A Study of a Core-formed Glass Aryballos from Athienou-Malloura, Cyprus

Susanne Garrett
PhD. candidate in anthropology at New York University
Pam Crabtree
Associate Professor of Anthropology at New York University
Geophysical Survey at Dun Ailinne, Co. Kildare, Ireland

Heather Turnbow Awan
PhD. Candidate, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Roman Sarcophagi and Funerary Display at Aphrodisias in Caria

Michelle Hobart
Adjunct Professor at Cooper Union, Co-Director of the Capalbiaccio Project, Tuscany Italy
Settlement Pattern Changes in a Hill top of Tuscany. From the Etruscans to the Middle Ages: the Case of Capalbiaccio, Grosseto

Li Feng
Associate Professor of Early Chinese Cultural History, Columbia University
Survey Guicheng (10-5th B.C.): Columbia's first Archaeological Season in China

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Spring 2007

Friday February 9
612 Schermerhorn, 2:00-4:00 pm


Maria Kayafa, University of Brimingham, UK
Bronze Age Metallurgy in the Pelolonnese, Greece.

Erica Morais Angeliker, graduate student, Dept. of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University
A Study of the Late Minoan and Mycenaean Larnakes.

Morena Stefanova
, senior curator at the National Museum of History, Sofia, Bulgaria
Interconnections between Thrace, Anatolia and the Aegean during the 2nd millenium BC.

Emilia Cortes
, Associate Ocnservator, Textile Conservation, Metropolitan Museum of Art and graduate students, Museum Anthropology Program, Columbia University
Textile Conservation 2001-2006 in the MMA excavation in Dahshur, Egypt

Pam Crabtree
, Associate professor of Anthropology, NYU
Faunal Remains and Worked Bones from Godin Tepe, Iran.

Zoe Crossland
, Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, Columbia University
Standing stones and the performance of memory in highland Madagascar.

Bryan K. Miller
, Ph.D. candidate, Dept. of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Pensylvania
Mongol-American Khovd Archaeology Project

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Fall 2006

Spetember 15, 3:00-6:00pm
612 Schermerhorn


Anna Lucille Boozer, Ph.D. candidate, Anthropology, Columbia University
A Domestic Context from Roman Amheida, Egypt

Mara Horowitz, Ph.D. candidate, Anthropology, Columbia University
Summer Fieldwork at the Bronze Age site of Politiko Troullia, Cyprus

Joan Breton Connelly
, Associate Professor of Fine Arts and Jason Governale, graduate student, Columbia University
Results of the 2006 season of the New York University Yeronisos Island Excavations, Cyprus

Alina Negovara
, undergraduate student, Columbia University
Curatorial Internship at the Bible Lands Museum, Jerusalem

Lee Ullmann
, Ph.D. candidate, Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University
Excavations in the Amuq

Julia Lougovaya
, Post-doctoral fellow, Dept. of Classics, Columbia University
Database of Greek Verse Inscriptions

Michaelle Hobart
, Adjunct Assistant Professor at Cooper Union, NYU
Architecture embedded with Archaeology. Medieval Sardinian churches decorated with Bacini

Stephen Murray
, Professor of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University
Romanesque Architecture of the Bourbonnais: A Digital Database

Pam Crabtree
, Associate Professor of Anthropology, NYU
Remote Sensing at Dun Ailinne, Co. Kildare, Ireland

Richard G. Fairbanks
, Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Columbia University
Brief presentation on "improving the radiocarbon calibration curve 0 to 50,000 yrs BP'. Relevant field work and new data results from this past summer

Terence D'Altroy
, Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University
Knowledge, memory, and power in the Inka empire

Matthew C. Sanger, Assistant Lab Director, American Museum of Natural History
A One-Ring Circus - Excavating and Mapping the St. Catherines Island Shell Ring

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Spring 2006

Friday, March 24th from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m.
930 Schermerhorn Extension


Scott Kremkau, PhD candidate Anthropology,
Columbia University
Community and Ritual in the Inka Empire.
Chad Gifford, Faculty PhD 2003, Columbia University                          
Pambamarca Archaeological Project in
Julie Anidjar, PhD candidate Anthropology, NYU
"Late Woodland Seasonality at Palmetto Bluff"
Kyle Killain, PhD candidate Art History, Columbia University
The abbey church of Orbais in rural Cahmpagne.
Andrew J. Manson, PhD candidate Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University  
Architects, archaeologists and restoration in 1930s
Blair Fowlkes, Ph.D.. in Classical Archaeology, NYU
The Dolichenum, Community and Religion on the
Anna Kouremenos, MA student, Hunter University
Romanization and the elite of the Fayum: study of public versus private identity in Roman Egypt.
Mara Toby Horovitz, PhD candidate Anthropology, Columbia University              
Phlamoudhi-Vounari: Regionalism and Society in LCI Cyprus.
Jason W Earle, PhD candidate (ABD) Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
Trade and Culture in the
Cycladic Islands during the Late Bronze Age.

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