Daniel J. Pullen
Vita, Teaching, Research Interests, Archaeological Activities
Ph.D., Indiana University (Classical Archaeology
and Anthropology), 1985
Senior Fellow, American Research Institute
in Turkey, 1995
A CV is forthcoming.
1998 Recepient of University Teaching Award
at Florida State
Egyptian and Near Eastern Archaeology
Eastern Mediterranean archaeology in general
Greece, the Aegean, and Anatolia in prehistory
End of the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age
(Fourth and Third Millennia BC) in
Greece, the Aegean, and Anatolia
Rise of complex societies
Secondary states in the
The Early Bronze Age Village on Tsoungiza Hill by Daniel J. Pullen, (Nemea Valley Archaeological Project, 1), Princeton, NJ: The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2011.
Political Economies of the Aegean Bronze Age, edited by Daniel J. Pullen. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2010.
Activities in Progress:
Co-director (with Thomas Tartaron of the
University of Pennsylvania) of SHARP: Saronic
Research Project. Fieldwork conducted from 2007-2009, with study seasons in 2010-2011. Currently in publication stage.
Alepotrypa/Diros Cave Project, Mani, Greece, under the auspices of the Ephoreia of Speleology and Paleontology, Greek Ministry of Culture. Fieldwork in 2011 and continuing.
(along with Timothy Gregory of Ohio State University) of the Eastern
Korinthia Archaeological Survey, a large-scale
archaeological survey of the eastern Korinthia, Greece, with colleagues
from Ohio State, St. Cloud (MN) State, Vanderbilt, and Yale. Currently in
the publication stage.
Publication of the Early Bronze Age settlements
and cemeteries at the Gygean Lake, near Sardis, Turkey
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