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CIAMS alumni follow a wide range of career paths. Over half of the students in our MA program go on to pursue a PhD in Anthropology, Classics, or Near Eastern Studies. The large majority who apply to PhD programs are successfully admitted. A number of our alumni choose to work in the heritage sector, from cultural and natural resource management, to laboratories and libraries. For others still, CIAMS is a stepping stone to careers in education, information technology, or other fields.

We support our students in achieving their career goals and are proud of their diverse achievements. If you are a member of our alumni community, please stay in touch. If you are a prospective student and would like to learn more about the professional trajectories of our alumni, please contact the Director of Graduate Studies.

  Name and Academic Career Path Thesis or Dissertation Title
 

Jenna Bittenbender

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "The Role of Off-Island Objects and Materials in Creating Hierarchy: Evidence for Social Ranking at Mochlos During the Early Minoan Period"

William Breitweiser

M.A. Archaeology, '15

  • Thesis: "Plaster Cast Collections in the Colonial World: Connections Between Classics and Racial Ideology"
 

Charles Burgess

M.A. Archaeology

  • Thesis: "Mapping Muhheakunnuk: GIS and the Living Landscapes of the Mohican"

Asa Cameron

M.A. Archaeology, '16

  • Thesis: "A Stable Isotopic (Carbon And Nitrogen) Evaluation Of Regional Differences In Herded Animal Diet And Pastoral Risk Management Practices During The Xiongnu Period Of Mongolia"

Alexandra Creola

M.A. Archaeology, '14

  • Thesis: "An Analysis of the Spatial Relationships of Domestic Nymphaea at Lararia in Pompeii"
 

Andrew Crocker

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "Rural Landscape Practices and Authority: Iron Age Cyprus and Assyria​"
 

Sarah Eastly

M.A. Archaeology

  • Thesis: "A Question of Faith: Jesuit Missions to the Seneca Iroquois As Viewed Through Archaeological and Textual Records"

 

 

Bonnie Etter

M.A. Archaeology, '16

  • Thesis: "The Application of Geographic Information Systems to Large-Scale Intra-Site Analysis of Artifact Data at Gault, Texas​"
 

Yuan Fang

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "The Favorite Animal: The Horse as Mingqi in Han Tombs​"
 

Ned Fischer

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "Iron Men: Roman Masculinity and the Roman Military Dagger​"

Carrie Fulton

Ph.D. Classics, '16

  • Dissertation: Lost in Transportation: Trade Networks and the Materiality of Cargoes in the Ancient Mediterranean
 

Peregrine Gerard-Little

M.A. Archaeology, '11

  • Thesis: "Understanding the Built Environment at the Seneca Iroquiois White Springs Site (1688-1715): Incorporation of Large-Scale, Multi-Instrument Archaeogeophysical Survey"
 

Jasmine Gollup

M.A. Archaeology

  • Thesis: "An Overview and Analysis of 'Proto-Susquehannock' Sites in the Upper Susquehanna River Valley​"
 

John Gorcyk

M.A. Archaeology, '12

  • Thesis: "Communal Consumption at Late Neolithic Sarnevo: Faunal Evidence from a Pit Site in South Central Bulgaria​"
 

Kathryn Hudson

M.A. Archaeology, '11

  • Thesis: "A Preliminary Lexicon of Ulua Medallion Motifs​"
 

Alaina Kaiser

M.A. Archaeology, '13

  • Thesis: "Copper Oxhide Ingot Marks: A Catalogue and Comparative Analysis"

Katie Kearns

Ph.D. Classics, '15

  • Dissertation: Unruly landscapes: The making of 1st millennium BCE polities on Cyprus

Cynthia Kocik

M.A. Archaeology, '14

  • Thesis: "The Edges of Wood: Dendrochronological Analysis of Three Seneca Iroquois Structures at Letchworth State Park, 1796-1831"
 

Matthew Krohn

M.A. Archaeology

  • Thesis: "Innovation and Identity in Seneca Iroquois Lithic Debitage: Analysis of Stone Tools from the White Springs and Townley-Read Sites, Circa 1688-1754​"
Nicholas Lashway
M.A. Archaeology, '15
  • Thesis: "Resettlement of the Bdul and its effect on Preservation Initiatives at Petra, Jordan"
  Jeffrey Leon
Ph.D. Classics, '16
  • Dissertation: Beyond 'counting sheep': Isotopic approaches to Minoan and Late Cypriot shepherding

Fredrika Loew

M.A. Archaeology, '16

  • Thesis: "Gods and Scholars: Studying Religion at a Secular University"​

Alex Marko

M.A. Archaeology, '14

  • Thesis: "Seeing Archaeology In 3D: Digital Spatial Vision"
 

Isabelle Martínez-Muñiz

M.A. Archaeology, '12

  • Thesis: "Ceramic Innovation and Interregional Interaction: A Study from Formative Cahal Pech, Belize"

William Mastandrea

M.A. Archaeology, '16

  • Thesis: "Cupellation at Kea: Investigating Potential Applications of the Minoan Conical Cup"

Angela McArdle

M.A. Archaeology, '14

  • Thesis: "When Trash Becomes Treasure: A Postclassic Maya Obsidian Core Cache from Nojpeten"
 

Eilis Monahan

M.A. Archaeology, '10

  • Thesis: "Dwelling with the Dead: Mortuary Landscapes and the Production of Community During the Prehistoric Bronze Age on Cyprus"
 

Amanda Moutner

M.A. Archaeology, '13

  • Thesis: "Understanding landscape Modification at White Springs Manor, Geneva, New York  An Archaeological and Historical Study​"
 

Louisa Nash

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "The Cosmos in Clay: An Analysis of Avery Engraved Vessel Motifs​"
 

Jessica Plant

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "Asia Minor Ampullae: A Class of Their Own?​"
 

Samantha Sanft

M.A. Archaeology, '13

  • Thesis: "Beads and Pendants from Indian Fort Road: A Sixteenth Century Cayuga Site in Tompkins County, New York​"

Katherine Seufer

M.A. Archaeology, '15

  • Thesis: "Dendroarchaeology in Sisak, Croatia (Siscia): Roman Urbanism and Colonia Status"
 

Emily Stanton

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "In the Footsteps of Saints and Sheep: Archaeological, Anthropological, and Phenomenological Explorations of Bardsey Island and the North Wales Pilgrim's Way​"
 

Juliana Van Roggen

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "Urban Planning and Cultural Identity in Pompeii: from the Altstadt to Vitruvius​"
 

Jason Weimar

M.A. Archaeology, '17

  • Thesis: "Wood and Stone: How the South Arabian Construction Texts Illuminate Building Accounts in the Hebrew Bible​"
 

Jordana Wolf

M.A. Archaeology

  • Thesis: "The Bronze Age Gardens of the Aegean in the Context of Contemporary Gardens in the Near East and Egypt"