CIAMS Recognizes 2019 Graduates

By: Samantha Sanft, 
Tue, 05/28/2019

CIAMS-affiliated PhD students

Liana Brent completed her PhD in Classics. Her dissertation is entitled Corporeal Connections: Tomb Disturbance, Reuse and Violation in Roman Italy.

Eilis Monahan completed her PhD in Near Eastern Studies. Her dissertation is entitled Structural Violence: Warfare, Fortification, and the Disciplinary Landscape in Bronze Age Cyprus.


CIAMS MA Students

Elizabeth Bews completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “After Accession: EU Funding and Archaeological Practice in Bulgaria.”

Dusti Bridges completed her MA degree with CIAMS and is continuing her journey with Cornell and CIAMS as an Anthropology PhD student. Her thesis is entitled “Translating Archaeology into Stories: Creating a Digital Resource for the Onöndowa’ga:’ (Seneca) Townley-Read and White Springs Sites, occupied circa 1688-1754.”

Polly Anna Egan completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “Zooarchaeology and Spatial Analysis at Tepe Farukhabad: New Life for Legacy Data”.

Katie Guttman completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled "Invisible Residents: Archaeologyical Evidence and the Question of Indigenous Presence at House C of British Fort Michilimackinac, 1765-1781."

Jeanine Hoy completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “What About Her? Mortuary Practice and Gender Identities at Kanesh.”

Marianna Nichols completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “Jewish Identities and Traditions within the Hellenistic Period: Funerary Unguentaria as Evidence of Inventive Tradition.”

Lindsay Petry completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “Echoes in the Bones: An Osteological Analysis of the Biological Impact of Roman Rule at Corinth, Greece.”

Elizabeth Proctor completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “A Preliminary Geochemical Characterization of Relief Ceramics from the Nadin Necropolis.”

Cristina Stockton Juarez completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “Pots, People, and Pilgrimage: Elemental Analysis of Surface Pigments on Nasca Polychrome Vessels from the Nasca Drainage.”

Danielle Vander Horst completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “Seeing Faces: Material Diversification and Identity Performance in Romano-British Face Pots.”


Archaeology Majors

Graduating seniors from the Archaeology major are Karishma Bottari, Jenna Doyno, Mikaela Hamilton, Garrett Hastings, Angaelica LaPasta, John Souza, and Ryan Stommel.


Archaeology Minors

Our graduating senior who completed a minor in Archaeology is Michael Stolkarts.


We at CIAMS are very proud of our recent graduates and wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors!

A university graduation with speaker