Associate Professor, Greek Art and Archaeology
A specialist in the archaeology, art, and cultural history of Archaic Greece, I conduct fieldwork centered on Mediterranean maritime archaeology, particularly in Turkey. I am particularly interested in shipwrecks and harbors as indices of maritime networks in the Archaic Mediterranean in tandem with my research on the shipwrecks at Pabuç Burnu and Kekova Adası (sixth- and seventh-century BCE merchant vessels that sank off the Turkish coast) and the harbors at Burgaz, a site associated with the Knidians before their move to the tip of the Datça peninsula. I also direct heritage preservation initiatives for the sixth-century CE “Church Wreck” at Marzamemi, Sicily, a collaborative project between Stanford University and the Soprintendenza del Mare. I currently serve as Vice President for Cultural Heritage of the Archaeological Institute of America.
My work considers the ancient economy, maritime archaeology, archaeological ethics and heritage management. Students with interests in these and related fields are encouraged to consider the Department of Classics at Brock.
Greene, E.S., J. 2019. Leidwanger, and N. Tuna. “Archaeological Investigations in the Harbors of Burgaz, Turkey: 2011-2015 Field Seasons.” International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 48.1: 103-122.
Greene, E.S. and J. Leidwanger. 2018. “Knidian ‘Anyports’: A Model of Coastal Adaptation and Socioeconomic Connectivity from Southwest Turkey.” Mediterranean Historical Review 33.2.
Greene, E.S. 2018. “Shipwrecks as Indices of Archaic Mediterranean Trade Networks.” Maritime Networks in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Edited by J. Leidwanger and C. Knappett, 132-162, Cambridge: University Press.
Greene, E.S. and J. Leidwanger. 2018. “Damien Hirst’s Provocative but Suspicious Collection.” American Journal of Archaeology 122.1.
Leidwanger, J. and E.S. Greene. 2017. “A Late Antique Church under the Sea: The Marzamemi Shipwreck Excavation,” Institute of Nautical Archaeology Quarterly 43.3/4: 8-13.
Tuna, N. N. Atıcı, İ. Sakarya, E.S. Greene and J. Leidwanger. 2016. “Burgaz (Palaia Knidos) 2014 yılı çalışmaları,” Kazı Sonuçları Toplantısı 37.1: 175-194.
Leidwanger, J., E.S. Greene, and N. Tuna. 2015. “A Late Antique Ceramic Assemblage at Burgaz, Datça Peninsula, South-west Turkey, and the ‘Normality of the Mixed Cargo’ in the Ancient Mediterranean.” International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 44.2: 300-311.
Greene, E.S. and M.L. Lawall. 2015. “Transport Amphoras and Economic Information: A View from the Early Greek World.” In Maritime Studies in the Wake of the Byzantine Shipwreck at Yassıada, edited by D. Carlson, J. Leidwanger, and S. Kampbell. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 3-16.
Tuna, N. N. Atıcı, İ. Sakarya, E.S. Greene and J. Leidwanger. 2015. “Burgaz (Palaia Knidos) 2013 yılı çalışmaları,” Kazı Sonuçları Toplantısı 36.1: 299-318.
Leidwanger, J., C. Knappett, P. Arnaud, P. Arthur, E. Blake, C. Broodbank, T. Brughmans, T. Evans, S. Graham, E.S. Greene, B. Kowalzig, B. Mills, R. Rivers, T. Tartaron, and R. Van de Noort. 2014. “A Manifesto for the Study of Ancient Mediterranean Maritime Networks” Antiquity+ 342.
Leidwanger, J., E.S. Greene, L. Repola and F. Sgroi. “The Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project: From Seabed to Museum and Beyond.” Archeologia in Sicilia: progetti di collaborazione internazionale. Rome, Italy, April 2019.
Greene, E.S. “Sailing to Market in the Archaic Aegean: The 6th-century BC shipwreck at Pabuc Burnu, Turkey.” SHIPWRECKS 2019. Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, April 2019.
Greene, E.S. “An exceptionally normal shipwreck: millennia of maritime connections at Marzamemi, Sicily.” Brock University Archaeological Society Scholarly Symposium, St Catharines, ON, March 2019.
Greene, E.S. “Fluid Technology: A Study of Amphoras and Economic Mechanisms on the 6th-century BCE Shipwreck at Pabuç Burnu.” Canadian Society for the Advancement of Turkish Studies, Toronto, ON, November 2018.
Greene, E.S. “Beneath the Wine Dark Sea: Excavating an Ancient Church at Marzamemi, Sicily.” Ontario Student Classics Conference, Brock University, St Catharines, ON, May 2018.
Greene, E.S. “Exploring Maritime Heritage at Marzamemi.” Annual Meeting of the Penn Cultural Heritage Center, Philadelphia, PA, May 2018.
Greene, E.S., J. Leidwanger, and N. Tuna. “Wandering Ports in the Southeast Aegean: A View of Maritime Network Dynamics from Burgaz, Turkey.” Homo Migrans: Modelling Migration and Mobility in the Archaeological Record, IEMA Conference, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, April 2018.
Greene, E.S. and J. Leidwanger. “Dal mare al museo: New Approaches to Maritime Heritage at Marzamemi.” Department of Classics Research Seminar Series, Brock University, St Catharines, ON, March 2018.
Greene, E.S. “Excavating an Ancient Church under the Sea: The Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project.” Brock University Retirees Association, St Catharines, ON, February 2018.
Radloff, L., J. Leidwanger, E. S. Greene, N. Tuna and N. Atıcı. “Structuring Urban Space and Maritime Networks at Burgaz, Turkey.” Karia and the Dodekanese. Cultural Interrelations in the South-Eastern Aegean ca. 500 BC – AD 500. Danish Institute at Athens, Athens, Greece, January 2018.
Greene, E.S., J. Leidwanger, and N. Tuna. “From Burgaz to the Knidia: Contextualizing the Maritime Landscape of the Datça Peninsula.” AIA Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, January 2018.
“Classics, Classical Archaeology, and Cultural Heritage: Toward a Common Understanding of Professional Responsibilities for the Study of “Exceptional Objects” AIA Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, January 2017. Workshop co-organizer with B. Daniels (Penn Cultural Heritage Center)
“Underwater Cultural Heritage: Prospects and Problems for Management, Protection, and Exploration” AIA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, January 2015. Workshop co-organizer with J. Leidwanger (Stanford University).