AGOLLI, ESMERALDA -
(PhD Candidate - Dissertation Title: The Shaping of Social Complexity, Networks and Cultural Transmissions: Pottery from the Bronze and Iron Age Communities of Southern Illyria (2500 ? 500 BC)
The Evolution of Household Pottery Production in the Iron Age Pottery of the Kamenicë Tumulus in Southeast Albania: Toward New Principles, Theories and Methodologies in Pottery Studies.)
Subfield: Economic Anthropology, Social Organization and Small World Interactions and Networks, Cultural Transmissions and Boundaries, Models of Evolution.
Research Interest: Pottery Technologies and Distribution in the Late Prehistoric Communities of the Balkan Region. Special focus on Albania. Comparative analysis on Kosovo, Macedonia, Epirus, Greece and Southern Italy.
ARBUCKLE, CAROLINE JOAN -
AUSTIN, ANNE ELIESE -
(2011 UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
C. Phil., Interdepartmental Program of Archaeology
2009 UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
M.A., Interdepartmental Program of Archaeology
2006 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
B.A. Cum Laude, Anthropology)
Subfield: Bioarchaeology, Phaoronic Egypt, Gender Construction, Embodiment, Identity Construction, Disability Studies
Research Interest: From 2012-present, I am the bioarchaeologist at Deir el-Medina. I am the first to offer a comprehensive study on the human remains at this important site since their excavation in the early 20th century. I am combining data from Deir el-Medina with textual data from the site to explore the state's health care system in place for the workmen.
From 2008-2010, I lead the Karanis Cemetery Survey Project. This mission is focused around properly documenting the surface skeletal material and architecture for the cemetery of Karanis, a Greco-Roman town in Egypt's Fayum region. During this time, I also researched 3D scanning for archaeological architecture and I conducted MA research on the skeletal remains at Giza currently stored in the Peabody Museum at Harvard and Hearst Museum at Berkeley.
To learn more about my research, please go to www.anneeaustin.com!
BONGERS, JACOB -
CAMPBELL, ROSELYN ANNE -
CARLSON, EVAN ANDERS -
(MA in Anthropology, Columbia University (2010)
BA in Classical and Near Eastern Civilizations, Greek, and Computer Science, Creighton University (2008))
Subfield: Near Eastern Archaeology
Research Interest: My research concerns the structure and dynamics of newly founded territorial capitals in late 2nd Millennium BC Iraq and Iran, the settlement systems related to these capitals, and how these cities and settlement systems compare to earlier cities and city-states in the region.
CHANDLEE, SARAH -
(M.A. Anthropology: Archaeology, 2012 - University of Tulsa; M.A. Art History: Egyptology, 2009 - University of Memphis; B.A. International Studies and Mathematics, 2007 - Hollins University)
Subfield: IDP, Egyptology, Digital Humanities, Urban Humanities
Research Interest: Greco-Roman Egypt, Egyptian archaeology, ancient urbanism, digital applications in archaeology, cultural interactions in the Hellenistic world.
CHEW, KATHRYN -
(M.A. Archaeology 2013, UCLA. Thesis: "Memory in the Making: The Diachronic Tensions of Architecture and Archaism in Third Intermediate Period Asasif".)
Subfield: IDP; Egyptology, Digital Humanities
Research Interest: Landscape Archaeology, Phenomenology, Memory, 3D Digital Modeling, Photogrammetric Modeling, Digital Humanities, Archaeological Media Presence & Interactivity
CHYKERDA, CHRISTOPHER MYLES -
DAMM, JACOB CARL -
DAVEY, JACK -
(MA-Archaeology, 2008, University of California, Los Angeles
Thesis Title: Mortuary Variation at Yean-ni, an Iron Age cemetery in Kimhae, South Korea.
BA-Anthropology, Archaeology emphasis, 2003, Whitman College)
Research Interest: East Asian archaeology especially Bronze and Iron Age Korea, mortuary archaeology, paleopathology and paleodemography, state formation, culture contact (migration, conquest, and transmission of technology), synthesizing archaeological data with historical texts, nationalism and archaeology in East Asia.
DOLPH, BRITTANY HELEN -
(BA Anthropology, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2006)
EHRICH, RICHARD -
FLEMING, CHELSEY QUINNE -
FONG, KELLY -
FUENTES, AYESHA -
(2014 MA in Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials, UCLA/Getty Conservation Training Program
2011 MA in Art History, Tufts University
2003 BA in Art/Religion, Williams College)
Research Interest: Human remains; Arts and monuments of South and Central Asia; Social history of conservation; Cultural heritage management in post-conflict regions
GRIFFIN, LAURA -
GRISWOLD, GENEVA J -
(BA Art History and Hispanic Studies, Scripps College
MA Art History, Courtauld Institute of Art
MA Program in the Conservation of Ethnographic and Archaeological Material, UCLA-Getty)
Research Interest: Research interests include the treatment of painted or decorative surfaces, architectural elements, and preventive conservation methods.
GUPTA-AGARWAL, SONALI -
(Archaeology Program, UCLA,
M.A. Archaeology, 2009
"Learning from learning: Cultural transmission and the impetus behind consumer demand using ceramics-Karanis: a case study"
Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, India
Department of History, University of Delhi, India
M.A. History, 1998
Ancient Indian History & Archaeology.
Hansraj College, University of Delhi, India
B.A. History (Hons), 1996
National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation & Museum studies.
New Delhi, India
Course:India: Art & Culture, 1997 & Art Appreciation, 1995
Subfield: Egyptian Archaeology, Cultural Transmission, Anthropology, Greco-Roman period
Research Interest: Egyptian Archaeology: Greco Roman period
Indian Archaeology: Early Historic period
Encyclopedia of Egyptology: Editorial assistant, 2008-2010
Winter 2009, TA: Classics: Roman Art & Archaeology
Spring 2009, TA: Anthropology: Introduction to archaeology
Spring 2011, TA: Classics: Greek Art & Archaeology
Fall 2011, TA: Art History: Ancient Art
Winter 2012, TA: Medieval Art
Spring 2012, TA: South Asian & South East
Spring 2012, TA: NELC: Egyptian Religion
Reader: UCLA, Los Angeles:
Anthro 114P, Mesoamerican Archaeology, Winter, 2012
Anthro 116A, Archaeology of South Asia, Spring 2011
Anthro 116A, Archaeology of South Asia, Spring 2010
Anthro 8, Introduction to Archaeology, Summer 2009
HEIN, ANKE MARION -
(expected 2013 Ph.D. in Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Dissertation Title: Prehistoric Cultures of the Liangshan Area: Cultural Contacts and Local Preconditions in a Multiregional Interaction Sphere
2006 M.A. in Classical Sinology, East Asian Art and European Prehistoric Archaeology, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Thesis Title: (Re-)Establishing Texts? The Question of the Authenticity of the Chinese Textual Heritage as seen from Excavated and Received Material on the Guicang; Adviser: Rudolph G. Wagner, Second Corrector: Ulrich Lau
2004 Intermediary Exam (Equivalent to B.A.) in Classical Sinology, East Asian Art, and European Prehistoric Archaeology, University of Heidelberg)
Subfield: Chinese Archaeology
Research Interest: Regional Scope: Archaeology and material culture of East and Central Asia, focusing on the the Chinese border regions, especially Western China
Topical Focus: Cultural contact, borders, identification of cultural groups in the archaeological record, identity, ethnicity, human-environment interaction
Methods: Spatial analysis, contextual archaeology, ethnoarchaeology
HILL, KEVIN BASSETT -
HSIEH, ELLEN -
JOHNSTON, CHRISTINE LEIGH -
(C.Phil, Archaeology, UCLA 2013, Dissertation Title: Networks and Intermediaries: Exchange Communities in Late Bronze Age Mediterranean; M.A. Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, University of British Columbia 2010; B.Comm. Marketing, Finance, University of British Columbia 2006.)
Research Interest: Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Mediterranean Archaeology; Network Analysis; Economic Anthropology; Ceramic Analysis; Trade Systems and Cross-cultural Influence
JONES, TERRAH -
KALRA, KANIKA -
(MA Archaeology, UCLA Spring 2011; MA History, University of Delhi 2006
Subfield: South Asia
Research Interest: Archaeology of Medieval South Asia; surface surveys; ceramic analysis; landscape archaeology; texts and archaeology.
KAUFMAN, BRETT -
Research Interest: For a fuller description of my professional interests, research, CV, and PDFs of my publications, please visit ucla.academia.edu/BrettKaufman
Cultural Evolution; Archaeology; Anthropology; Archaeometallurgy; Archaeometry; Near Eastern Archaeology; Levantine Archaeology; Cultural Ecology; Phoenician Studies; Carthage; Empire Formation
KONTONICOLAS, MARYANN -
(M.A. Archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean & Middle East, University College London, 2013; B.A. Classical Archaeology, University College London, 2012)
LA FAVRE, KARL JEFFREY -
(BA University of Chicago 2007,
MA UCLA 2011)
Research Interest: Archaic and Formative Lake Titicaca, relationships between Andes and Amazonia/eastern slopes, leadership and politics in intermediate societies, landscapes and settlement patterns, architecture, publication of archaeological data on the Internet
LAM, SUSANNA -
(MA (2008) in Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles. Thesis title: A Geoarchaeological Investigation of Shang and Zhou Jades: Their Possible Sources
BA (1997) in Anthropology and Broadcast/Cable, The Pennsylvania State University)
Research Interest: Central Asia, the Sogdians, trade and exchange between medieval China and Sasanian Persia, the Silk Routes
LAU, HANNAH KWAI-YUNG -
(C.Phil 2013 Archaeology, University of California-Los Angeles
MA 2011 Archaeology, University of California-Los Angeles
BA 2009 Anthropology and History, University of Pennsylvania )
Subfield: Zooarchaeology, Near Eastern Archaeology
Research Interest: Near East, Anatolia and the Southern Caucasus, Zooarchaeology and its implications for reconstructing political economy and historical ecology, Economic Anthropology, Emergent Political Complexity
LEE, HSIU-PING -
LEHNER, JOSEPH (SEPPI) W. -
(C.Phil 2011 Archaeology, University of California-Los Angeles
MA 2009 Archaeology, University of California-Los Angeles
BS 2006 Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Research Interest: Near East, Anatolia and Central Asia, economic anthropology, social history of technology and economy, network structure, large political systems, archaeological sciences
LIN, KUEI-CHEN -
(C. Phil. in Archaeology, 2010, University of California, Los Angeles.
Ph.D. Topic: Social complexity and inter/regional interactions, exemplified by the Sichuan Basin, China of the Bronze Age.
MA, 2006, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
Thesis Title: Rejoining Anyang oracle bones by using computer science methods.
MS-Computer Sciences, 2002, University of Southern California. )
Subfield: Chinese Archaeology; Computational Archaeology
Research Interest: Computer applications in archaeology; Modeling and simulation; Archaeometry, Exchange networks; Complexity theory; History of science and technology; Southwestern China; Taiwan; Southeast Asia.
MAHONY, CAITLIN CAROL -
MALLINCKRODT, CATHERINE SCOTT -
MARTIROSYAN-OLSHANSKY, KRISTINE -
(M.A. in Archaeology (UCLA 2012)
B.A. Classical Language and Literature
Russian Language and Literature
Subfield: Prehistoric Archaeology of the Caucasus and the Near East, Lithic Studies, Social Complexity, Economic Anthropology
MOY, RACHEL -
NEIMAN, MADELEINE KEGELMAN -
NIGRA, BENJAMIN T. -
(B.A. University of Chicago, 2009)
Research Interest: Andean Archaeology; Paracas; evolution of cooperation; development of social complexity
NORTH, ALEXIS E -
(B.A. New York University, Double Major: Anthropology and Classics (2006))
Subfield: Conservation of archaeological and ethnographic materials
Research Interest: Conservation and storage of human remains, Greek/Roman/Late Antique archaeology, mortuary traditions, imaging and documentation techniques.
Thesis: The Use of Hydroxyapatite as an Inorganic Consolidant for Archaeological Bone and Calcified Tissue
PIETRICOLA, HILLARY -
PRATT, CATHERINE ELIZABETH -
(C.Phil, Archaeology, UCLA 2012; M.A. Archaeology, UCLA 2011; B.A. Classical Archaeology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 2008.)
Research Interest: Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age interaction between Near Eastern and Aegean cultures, focusing on post-colonial theoretical models and their application to prehistory. Economic interaction in the Mediterranean, especially trade in oil and wine using large ceramic transport containers.
SALWEN, STEPHANIE ANNE -
(MA 2010, Archaeology, University of California, LA.
BA 2007, Anthropology, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
Research Interest: North American archaeology, California, Great Lakes Region, hunter-gatherers and foundations of complex society, economic anthropology, exchange systems, waterways and landscape archaeology.
SHI, TAO -
SIMPSON, BETHANY -
SNEED, DEBBY -
(M.A. Classics, University of Colorado, Boulder (2013)
B.A. English/History, University of Wyoming (2009)
STAPLETON, LYSSA -
(MA, 2008 University of California, Los Angeles
Thesis Title: "Married to death: grave goods and social status at the Lofkënd tumulus".)
Subfield: Eastern European Prehistory
Research Interest: Cultural heritage law, ancient textiles, museum studies, mortuary ritual and material culture, gender and archaeology.
TZADIK, CARINNE CHAVA -
VAN DAMME, TREVOR MATTHEW -
(M.A. 2012, Greek and Roman Studies, University of Victoria. Thesis title: "Remembering the Mycenaeans: How the Ancient Greeks Repurposed their Prehistoric Past";
B.A.Hons. 2010, Greek and Roman Studies, University of Victoria.)
Research Interest: Bronze Age Aegean archaeology; Archaeological ceramics; Archaeology of memory; Boeotian studies.
WEN, CHENGHAO -