New research by CIAMS faculty sheds new light on Iroquoian settlement histories
Professor Lynn Meskell named A.D. White Professor-at-Large
RadioCIAMS now available on all major podcast streaming services
Three at Cornell receive NEH grants
Congratulations to our 2019 CIAMS MA Thesis Prize Winner, Cristina Stockton-Juarez!
New book explores images of Egypt in Roman domestic spaces
Two doctoral students selected for Liebmann fellowships
Why Archaeology in 2019?
‘Ghost’ footprints from the Pleistocene made visibleInvisible footprints hiding since the end of the last ice age – and what lies beneath them – have been discovered by Cornell researchers using a special type of radar in a novel way.
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RadioCIAMS: The Cornell Archaeology Podcast
RadioCIAMS is our podcast series, wherein we probe critical debates in archaeology in conversation between leading practitioners and the next generation of researchers. Our most recent episode, with Eleanor Casella (University of Tasmania) discussing the archaeology of institutional confinement and the role of historical archaeology in both the academy and also contemporary Tasmanian society, is embedded below.
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RadioCIAMS with Eleanor Casella, May 2nd, 2019: