Despite the fact that the annual meeting of the AIA and SCS was virtual again, Dr Elizabeth Greene was able to present posters and papers.
Greene, E.S., J. Leidwanger, and L. Repola. “Toward an Inclusive Maritime Heritage: Community Perceptions of Mediterranean Connectivity in Southeast Sicily.” Paper presented at the AIA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, January 2022.
Leidwanger, J., J. Vo-Phamhi, S. Crowley, U. Patel, C. Wang, L. Wulf, S. Matthews, E.S. Greene. “Digital Analysis of Transport Amphora Efficiency in Roman Maritime Trade.” Poster presented at the AIA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, January 2022.
Vo-Phamhi, J., E. Vo-Phamhi, E.S. Greene, and J. Leidwanger. “Computational Analysis of Cargo Amphoras from the 6th-Century BCE Shipwreck at Pabuç Burnu, Turkey.” Poster presented at the AIA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, January 2022.
Dr Greene’s fieldwork in Sicily that many of our students will know about, is also the subject of a recent paper in the AJA (American Journal of Archaeology):
Greene, E.S., J. Leidwanger, and L. Repola. 2022. “Ephemeral Heritage: Migration, Boats and Heritage in the Central Mediterranean Passage.” American Journal of Archaeology 126.1: 79-102 (https://www.ajaonline.org/article/4414)