Current graduate students

 

Annie Brown, MA (2009-present)

Research focus:    Seasonal exploitation patterns of wild animals during the Neolithic of temperate southeast Europe. Research administrator for Tell es-Safi project. 

 

Chris  Neufeldt, MA (2010 – preMA; 2011-present – MA)

Research focus:    Households in the Early Bronze Age of the Near East.

 

Jeremy Beller, MA (2012-present)

Research focus:    Analysis of Early Bronze Age ground stone tools from Tell es-Safi/Gath.

 

Trent Cheney, MA (2007-present)

Research focus:    Early Bronze Age economic specialisation: analysis of animal butchering patterns.

Jon Ross learning how to sweep dirt floors, Area E 2013
Jon Ross learning how to sweep dirt floors, Area E 2013

Jon Ross, PhD (2013-present)

Research focus: Early Bronze Age ceramic from Tell es-Safi, Israel

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