Kathleen Forste (GRS ’21) and Maria Codlin (GRS ’22) both were recognized for their doctoral degrees at Boston University’s annual doctoral hooding ceremony. Here are the two graduates with Marston, their (co-) advisor. Congratulations to Kathleen and Maria!
Three members of the Environmental Archaeology Laboratory are graduating from Boston University: Emily Brown, Madeline Duppenthaler, and Sydney Hunter. Congratulations to Emily Brown, who is graduating with a BA in Biology and Archaeology and is a long-standing member of the EA Lab. Emily conducted two UROP projects in the lab: completing morphometric analysis of cereal […]
Rutgers University’s Department of Anthropology is offering an exciting, three-day workshop called Frontiers in Archaeological Sciences, highlighting the interdisciplinary research of archaeologists, “hard scientists,” and everyone in between. Featuring leading international researchers, this collaborative workshop promises to be an inspiring event. Check out their website for more details!
Two members of the EALab will be presenting on recent research at the SAA meeting in Vancouver, BC. Anna Goldfield is giving a paper entitled Fat of the Land: An Energetics Approach to Paleolithic Bone Fat Exploitation in the session “Recent Zooarchaeological Research II” on Friday, March 31st, at 4:15 pm. John Marston is a co-organizer of […]
BU archaeology alumna, Courtney Soule (MA 2016), invited three of our lab’s archaeologists to talk to her middle school Latin classes about archaeology, paleoethnobotany, and the difference between studying dinosaurs and studying past humans. On Monday, March 6th, Kathleen Forste, Audrey Tjahjadi, and Kali Wade presented on a range of archaeological topics, fielded questions, and introduced students […]
Registration is now open for the 2015 meeting of the Northeast Environmental Archaeology Network. This year’s meeting will be hosted by the Boston University Dept. of Archaeology on Saturday, October 3, 2015. Register here!
Nami Shin and Emily Ubik presented results of their research last week at the Society of Ethnobiology Annual Conference in Santa Barbara, CA. The research and travel were both supported by the Boston University Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. Nami presented an oral presentation (co-authored with John M. Marston) entitled “Reconstructing Late Bronze Age Agriculture at […]