Cotsen affiliates share research at AIA Annual Meeting 2022

Students, faculty, and recent alumni from the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology shared their research at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, which was held online January 5-8, 2022.
  • "Shifting Landscapes: Mosaics in Late Antique North Africa" by Taylor Carr-Howard, graduate student in archaeology.
  • "Archaeological Materials and Ancient Technologies Inspire the Design of Novel Materials Applications" by Ioanna Kakoulli, professor, Materials Science and Engineering Department and Co-Director Molecular and Nano Archaeology Laboratory.
  • "Urban Appropriations: The Villa in the Late Antiquity" by Sarah Beckmann, assistant professor of classics and core faculty at Cotsen Institute.
  • "Decorated Pottery and the Intercommunity Intra-actions in the Late Neolithic Balkans: A Perspective from Southeastern Albania" by Gazmend Elezi, 2021 alum and postdoctoral researcher in the Pasarow Mass Spectrometry Laboratory at UCLA.
  • "The Creation of Worked Animal Objects at Ancient Methone" by Adam DiBattista, 2021 alum and visiting scholar at The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University.
  • "An Experiment in Design: An Archaic Cross-draft Kiln at Ancient Methone (Pieria)" by Debby Sneed, 2018 graduate of the Cotsen Institute and lecturer in classics at California State University, Long Beach.