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Roderick Salisbury





 
Roderick Salisbury
Department of Anthropology
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Wilkeson Quad
Buffalo, NY 14260-2000, U.S.A.
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I am a Ph.D. candidate, former IGERT Fellow and current Fulbright Fellow in the Department of Anthropology, University at Buffalo. I received my B.A. in Anthropology with a minor in Religious Studies from Buffalo State College in 1999, graduating Suma cum Laude with Honours. My Masters of Arts in Anthropology from the University at Buffalo was conferred in September 2004. An IGERT internship as a Visiting Student at the University of Cambridge in the spring of 2006 resulted in experience in aerial archaeology. From 2004-2007, I served as Associate Director of the Social Systems GIS Laboratory at the University at Buffalo. As a graduate student, I have served on the Anthropology Department's Curriculum Committee (2003-2005), the IGERT colloquium committee (2004-2005), am an Associate Member of the Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA), a Student Member of the New York Archaeological Council (NYAC), was president of Lambda Alpha, Buffalo Chapter for 2004-2005, and serve as an Assistant Editor for the electronic Journal of World Anthropology.

In the summer of 2005 I joined the Körös Regional Archaeological Project in Hungary (KRAP – directed by William Parkinson of FSU and Attila Gyucha of the Múnkacsy Mihály Museum, Békéscsaba). In the summer of 2006 I returned to the KRAP project and served as an excavation supervisor and assistant GIS analyst. Additional excavation experience includes work in New York, New Jersey, Scotland, Denmark and Austria. I have papers published in Northeast Anthropology and the electronic Journal of World Anthropology, one edited volume (with D. Keeler) in print though Cambridge Scholars Press and another (with T. Thurston) under contract. Presently I am a Fulbright Fellow conducting PhD research in eastern Hungary, focusing on the use of multi-element geochemistry to identify spatial organization of Neolithic settlements.

 


 

 
 

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