Marston’s recent article on Maya nixtamalization (and possible toilets) has been covered by BU’s research publication, The Brink. Read the article and interview, titled “What Ancient Toilets Can Teach Us about Maya Life—and Tamales,” here.
Maria Codlin was announced as the winner of the SAA’s Student Paper Award for 2021 for her submission “Hunting and Husbandry at the Ancient Mexican City of Teotihuacan.” The paper will appear in the symposium “Cultivating Cities: Perspectives from the New and Old Worlds on Wild Foods, Agriculture, and Urban Subsistence Economies” chaired by Codlin […]
Fulbright Scholar and EA Lab alumna Sydney Hunter is highlighted for her current Master’s work at the University of Liverpool. Her current research is focused on ancient environmental reconstruction using macroscopic plant remains with Professor Eleni Asouti in the Liverpool Archaeobotany Laboratory. Read the wonderful coverage of Sydney and her work on Liverpool’s Department of […]
A video highlighting collaborative research by Marston and laboratory alumna Sydney Hunter (CAS ’19) was showcased on the cover of BU Today and BU’s Research Publications outlet The Brink today! Learn how ancient plants can inform our understanding of ancient landscapes, focusing on a remarkable ancient pea recovered from the archaeological site of Sim-Ata 1 […]
Welcome to Evan McDuff, the newest member of the Environmental Archaeology Laboratory! Evander completed his MA in Classical Studies from Brandies in 2018 with his thesis entitled “The Potentiality of Phytoliths in the Study of Roman Spices”. You can find his spirited science communication piece summarizing his work here. Evan will begin his doctoral program at […]
Congratulations to Prof. Marston, who has achieved tenure and promotion to the rank of Associate Professor! Marston is a member of the Department of Anthropology and core faculty in the Archaeology Program, and is affiliated with the Biogeosciences and Medieval Studies programs. In addition to his research, teaching, and advising, Marston is the current Director […]
Sydney Hunter (CAS ’19) has been recognized by the Boston University Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program as a 2018 Outstanding Student Researcher, one of seven students selected from all students conducting research across the entire university for this honor. Congratulations Sydney!
Marston was interviewed for Science Magazine regarding a recent PNAS article on Çatalhöyük. Read the Science piece here and the original article here.
Marston’s 2010-2011 CAORC Multi-Country Fellowship is the focus of a profile highlighting fellows over the 25 years of the program’s history. See the post on his fellowship here.
Kathleen Forste received the 2018 Outstanding Teaching Fellow Award for her inspirational work in the classroom. Congratulations, Kathleen!