faculty
faculty

James Conolly, B.A. (Toronto), M.A., Ph.D. (London)
Human palaeoecology, population dynamics and cultural change, settlement and landscape archaeology, lithic technology, geographical information systems and science, spatial and analytical statistics.

Laure Dubreuil, BA., M.A. (Aix-en-Provence), Ph.D. (Bordeaux I)

Old world prehistory, origins and spread of farming, lithic analysis, ground-stone tools, use-wear studies, experimental archaeology, technology, functional analysis.

Hugh Elton, B.A. (Sheffield), D.Phil. (Oxford)

Field survey, archaeology of warfare, agent based modelling, the Roman and late Roman eastern Mediterranean, the regions of Cilicia and Isauria in Southern Turkey.

Rod D. Fitzsimons, B.A., M.A. (Toronto), Ph.D. (Cincinnati)

Aegean Bronze Age, Early Iron Age Greece, acculturation and identity, monumental architecture, early state formation, mortuary practices, settlement and landscape archaeology, urbanism.

Gyles Iannone, B.A. (Simon Fraser), M.A. (Trent), Ph.D. (London)

Archaeology, Historical-Political Ecology, Resilience Theory, Early Tropical States, Central America and Asia.


Anne Keenleyside, B.A. (McMaster), M.A. (Alberta ), Ph.D. (McMaster)
Bioarchaeology, palaeopathology and palaeonutrition, Greek and Roman populations of the Mediterranean and Black Sea.

Jennifer P. Moore, B.A. (Wilfrid Laurier), M.A., Ph.D. (McMaster)
Archaeology of Punic - and Roman-period North Africa (esp. Tunisia, Libya and Algeria), including cultural identity, votive practices, and funerary rites (not bioarchaeology); trade and society via ceramics analysis.

Eugène Morin, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Montréal), D.E.A. (Université Paris-X), Ph.D. (Michigan)
Human behavioural change during the Pleistocene, faunal analysis, Neandertals, origins of modern humans, prehistory of Eastern North America.

Marit K. Munson, B.A. (Miami, Ohio), M.A., Ph.D. (New Mexico)
Art and archaeology, gender, identity, and religious practice, rock art and ceramics of the US Southwest, Aboriginal art of North America

Jocelyn S. Williams, B.A. (McMaster), M.A. (Western), Ph.D. (Calgary)
Mortuary archaeology, palaeonutrition, stable isotopes, health and the environment, health consequences of colonialism, breastfeeding and weaning, North and South America, Mesoamerica.