Congratulations to UE Archaeology for having five people associated with the department present at the annual conference of the Archaeological Institute of America.
Alumnus Nathan Elkins also chaired a session and discussed his analysis of a set of coins minted by the Roman emperor Caligula.
Alumna Deb Trusty described her petrographic analysis of pottery from the Bronze Age Petsas House at Mycenae.
Alumna Elizabeth Frost had a poster about a survey on which she collaborated focusing on attitudes towards conservators in the field.
Prof. Alan Kaiser told an audience about his rediscovery of UE archaeologist Mary Ellingson’s participation in a 1931 excavation in Greece.