Jeff is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati, concentrating on Aegean Prehistory. His scholarly interests include ceramic studies, land use and settlement patterns, and the material culture of the Greek Early Bronze Age. His dissertation research examines the context and nature of the Greek archaeological site of Corinth during the third millennium BCE. He aims to contextualize Corinth’s place within the regional and local frameworks of the Helladic material culture groups of the southern Greek mainland and to reevaluate and situate the graves from Corinth within Early Helladic burial archaeology. With the Fulbright scholarship, Jeff will conduct primary analysis and data collection of the archaeological remains from the American excavations at Corinth as part of his dissertation research. While in Greece, Jeff’s research will be based out of Athens and Old Corinth.
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