Daniel J. Pullen
Vita, Teaching, Research Interests, Archaeological Activities

Brief Vita:

  • Ph.D., Indiana University (Classical Archaeology and Anthropology), 1985
  • Professor, Florida State University
  • Senior Fellow, American Research Institute in Turkey, 1995
  • A CV is forthcoming.


  • 1998 Recepient of University Teaching Award at Florida State
  • Courses in:
  • Aegean Prehistory
    Egyptian and Near Eastern Archaeology
    Greek Archaeology
    General Classical Civilization

    Research Interests:

  • 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
  • Landscape archaeology
  • Rise of complex societies
  • Secondary states in the Aegean
  • Recent Publications

  • 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.
  • Major Archaeological Activities in Progress:

  • Co-director (with Thomas Tartaron of the University of Pennsylvania) of SHARP: Saronic Harbors Archaeological 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.
  • Co-director (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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    updated 1/16/2012

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