Azoria Staff List, 2014

 

Senior staff

 

Donald C. Haggis, Project Director; Professor of Classical Archaeology, Department of Classics and Curriculum in Archaeology; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Margaret S. Mook, Field Director and Pottery Specialist; Associate Professor of Classics, Department of Department of World Languages and Cultures, Iowa State University.

C. Margaret Scarry, Paleoethnobotanist; Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology and Curriculum in Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Flint Dibble, Zooarchaeologist, Ph.D. candidate, classical archaeology, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics.

Rodney D. Fitzsimons, Architect; Associate Professor, Department of Ancient History and Classics, Trent University.

Dr. Melissa Eaby, Assistant Director and field supervisor; small-finds specialist; Researcher, INSTAP SCEC; staff member, Halasmenos, Papadiokampos, Mochlos excavations.

Dr. Christina Tsoraki, Ground stone specialist; Marie Curie Intra-European Research Fellow, Faculty of Archaeology, Material Culture Studies, Leiden University.

Manolis Kasotakis, Excavation Foreman, Kavousi, Ierapetra, Crete.

 

Senior field and technical staff

 

Carla Antonaccio, co-director, Duke-UNC Field School in Classical Archaeology. Professor and Chair, Department of Classical Studies, Duke University.

Drew Cabaniss, GIS specialist and topographer, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Jonida Martini, Registrar; M.A. candidate, classical archaeology, University of Cincinnati, Department of Classics.

Fani Skivalida, Archaeological Illustrator and Artist (MA in Byzantine Studies, University of Crete 2010), Research Assistant, National Hellenic Research Foundation (2012-2013). 

Ashley Peles, Palaeoethnobotany assistant. Ph.D. candidate, Department of Anthropology; Research Laboratories of Archaeology, UNC.

Ester Pothoulaki, Greek Archaeological Service Representative (24th Ephoreia of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities).

Lydia Thompson, site photographer, Curriculum in Archaeology, Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

 

INSTAP-SCEC staff and consultants

 

Dr. Stephania N. Chlouveraki, Chief Conservator, Director of the W.D.E. Coulson Conservation Laboratory, INSTAP Study Center for East Crete.

Doug Faulmann, Surveyor, INSTAP-SCEC

Matina Tzari, Conservator, INSTAP-SCEC

Dr. Dimitra Mylona, Zooarchaeologist; INSAP-SCEC; Swedish Institute at Athens, Kalauria Research Program.

Dr. Maria Ntinou, Anthracology Specialist (charcoal analysis); 12th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical antiquities; Kalauria Research Program.

Paula J. Perlman, Historian and epigraphy specialist; Professor of Classics, Department of Classics, The University of Texas at Austin.

Manolis I. Stefanakis, Numismatist, Assistant Professor, Department of Mediterranean Studies, University of the Aegean, Rhodes.

Dr. Sevasti Triantaphyllou, Biological anthropologist; Lecturer in Prehistoric Archaeology and Osteoarchaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.


Senior student staff (trench supervisors [trench masters])

 

  1. Cicek Beeby, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  2. Emma Buckingham, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  3. Drew Cabaniss, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  4. Hans Hansen, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  5. Sarah Hilker, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  6. Catharine Judson, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  7. Julia Juhasz, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  8. Tim Shea, Department of Classical Studies, Duke University
  9. Rebecca Worsham, Department of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  10. Kristen Mann, Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney

 

Trench assistants

 

  1. Boyd, Lars (ISU, anthropology)
  2. Curtis, Nicky (UNC, classics)
  3. Dallara, Anna (UNC)
  4. Diaz, Cecile (Duke, art history, classics)
  5. Duray, Anne (Stanford, Ph.D. candidate, classical archaeology) 
  6. Fetter, Amanda (Duke, classics)
  7. Gumusoglu, Melis (Tulane, classics and anthropology)
  8. Hassebrock, Natalie (ISU, anthropology, classics)
  9. Hill, Charles (Wabash, classics)
  10. Jacobson, Spyros (UNC, classical archaeology)
  11. Kapes, Markos (Penn, archaeology)
  12. Koerner, Joshua (Arkansas, classical studies)
  13. Langebeck, Francheska (Trent, Classics)
  14. Lingle, Zachary (UNC, archaeology)
  15. Melton, Mallory (UNC, archaeology, anthropology)
  16. Ortiz, Zoe (UNC, classical archaeology)
  17. Papaioannou, Ivi (Frederick University, Cyprus; Ph.D. candidate)
  18. Rozema, Marie (Trent, Classics)
  19. Ryan, Victoria (Notre Dame, classics)
  20. Senn, Heidi (Macquarie, Sydney, archaeology)
  21. Stell, Garrett (UNC, history)
  22. Thompson, Lydia (UNC, archaeology)
  23. Weitzman, Nuri (Pace, archaeology)
  24. Hessburg, Luke (DePauw, classics)
  25. Bridden, Eleanor (King's College, London, Classical Studies)

 

Trench assistants (Duke-UNC Fieldschool in Classical Archaeology—Duke in Crete 2014)

 

  1. Aiello, Lauren (LSU, Baton Rouge, anthropology)
  2. Appel, Nicollete (Nikki) (Miami, biology, anthropology)
  3. Arena, Courtney (Duke)
  4. Bright, Chelsea (Duke, art history)
  5. Cassano, Tara Rose (St. Andrews, ancient history and archaeology)
  6. Clark, Dane (Johns Hopkins, Near Eastern studies and archaeology, classics)
  7. Dawson, Jesica (Johns Hopkins, classics and art history)
  8. Kropp, Caitlin (Yale, archaeological studies)