Supported publications / Archaeology Related Disciplines & Cultural Heritage Management

A selection of the publications and research output in the fields of Archaeology & History supported by the BIAA. The list includes monographs, edited volumes, chapters and journal articles that are the outcome of research funded or supported by the BIAA in various ways (fellowships, small or large research grants, conference-workshop support, works of appointed academic staff, administrative support, etc.). The list follows a chronological order. Please scroll down to navigate through the items.


2016 2015  2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

Catherine Draycott & Maria Stamatopoulou (eds) Dining and Death. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the 'Funerary Banquet' in Ancient Art, Burial and Belief (Colloquia Antiqua)

This book brings together papers covering a wide range of regions and periods, from Italy to China, and Old Kingdom Egypt to the Roman Empire, all focusing on the interpretation of banqueting imagery in funerary contexts. The papers largely concentrate on pictorial depictions of banqueting and/or food offerings and how they might be understood in such settings, although some papers consider tomb deposits and furnishings.

Catherine Draycott worked on this publication during her postdoctoral fellowship (2012-13)


Articles and chapters in edited books

Michele Massa (Research Scholar) published the following article​:
> Massa M. 2016. A multi-scalar and multivariate approach to the analysis of social and cultural boundaries in the western Anatolian Early Bronze Age, in D’Alfonso and K. Rubinson (eds.) Borders and Boundaries: Changing Landscapes in the Bronze and Iron Ages of Anatolia and the South Caucasus, Cambridge University Press.

Michele Massa and Orlene McIlfatrick (BIAA Post-doctoral fellow 2015-6) published:
> Fidan, E., Massa M.McIlfatrick O.  (BIAA Post-doctoral fellow 2015-6), and S. Spagni 2016. Höyüktepe'de Erken ve Orta Tunç Çağı metalurjisi, in Türktüzün, M. and S. Ünan“Kureyşler Barajı Kurtarma Kazıları 2015”, KütahyaKütahya Müzesi Müdürlüğü.​​


Articles and chapters in edited books

Lutgarde Vandeput (BIAA Director) published:
> L. Vandeput (2015) Nature and cult in Pisidia, in: K. Sporn and S. Ladstätter (eds) Natur – Kult – Raum, Akten des internationalen Kolloquiıms Paris-Lodron-Universität Salzburg, 20. – 22. Jänner 2012, Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut Sonderschriften 51, Vienna , 358-378.

Catherine Draycott (Post-Doctoral Fellow 2013-2014) published the following articles
2015. ‘Heroa’ and the City. Kuprlli’s New Architecture and the Making of the ‘Lycian Acropolis’ of Xanthus in the Early Classical period. Anatolian Studies, 65, 97-142.
2015. Unicorn’s horn or guideline? On the meaning of an unusual diagonal line in an unfinished relief of a bovine on the Kalekapı tomb at Donalar, Paphlagonia. In: WOOTTON, W., RUSSELL, B. & LIBONATI, E. (eds.) Art in the Making: Approaches to the Carving of Stone. London: King's College London.
2015. Dining after Death? Minerva. The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology [London].

Michele Massa (Research Scholar) published the following articles:
Massa M., Şahoğlu V. 2015. The 4.2ka BP climatic event in west and central Anatolia: combining palaeoclimatic proxies and archaeological data, in Meller H., Arz H.W., Jung R. and R. Risch (eds.) 2200 BC – A climatic breakdown as a cause for the collapse of the Old World? Landesmuseums für Vorgeschichte Halle: Halle, 61-78.

Işılay Gürsu (CHM Fellow) published:
> Y. Tonga Uriarte & I. Gürsu, “A Comparative Perspective on the Discourses of 'Privatization' in the Arts and Heritage Field in Turkey”, in the proceedings of the 6th Annual ENCACT Research Session, The Ecology of Culture: Community Engagement, Co-creation, Cross Fertilization with, October 2015, pg 437-445.
> l. Gürsu, “If you do not visit, we will take it away: An Analysis of a Communication Campaign for Italian Cultural Heritage” article in “Anthropological Quarterly”, 2015, vol 88, no 2, pg 379-402.


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Articles and chapters in edited books

Catherine Draycott (Post-Doctoral Fellow 2013-2014) publshed the following articles: 
> 2014. Review of E. Dusinberre, Empire, Authority, and Autonomy in Achaemenid Anatolia. New York: CUP 
2014. Review of Matt Waters, Ancient Persia. A Concise History of the Achaemenid Empire, 550-330 BCE. New York: CUP 2014. BMCR, 2014.09.61. 

Işılay Gürsu (CHM Fellow) published:
> I. Gürsu, “Secrets of Tafileh: Local Assets for Community Empowerment and Development” conference review in “Public Archaeology”, 2014, Vol 13, no 4, pg 341-48.

Peter Popkin (Post-doctoral Fellow 2008-9) published the following article based on his research undertaken during his fellowship:
Popkin, P.R.W. (2014). Prehistoric Anatolian Subsistence Practices: Zooarchaeological Evidence. In: Wawruschka, C. ed., Prehistoric Economies of Anatolia: Subsistence Practices and Exchange. Rahden/Westf: Verlag Marie Leidorf GmbH, pp 91-102.

Michele Massa (Research Scholar) published the following articles:
Massa M. 2014a. Early Bronze Age burial customs across the central Anatolian plateau: a view from Demircihöyük Sarıket, Anatolian Studies 64, 73-93. 
> Massa M. 2014b. Destructions, abandonments, social reorganisation and climatic change in west and central Anatolia at the end of the third millennium BC, in Erciyas B. and E. Sökmen (eds.) Regional Studies in Archaeology, Settlement Archaeology Symposium Series IV, Ege Yayınları, Istanbul, 79-100


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Anna Contadini and Claire Norton (eds) The Renaissance and the Ottoman World (Ashgate 2013)

This volume brings together some of the latest research on the cultural, intellectual, and commercial interactions during the Renaissance between Western Europe and the Middle East, with particular reference to the Ottoman Empire. Recent scholarship has brought to the fore the economic, political, cultural, and personal interactions between Western European Christian states and the Eastern Mediterranean Islamic states, and has therefore highlighted the incongruity of conceiving of an iron curtain bisecting the mentalities of the various socio-political and religious communities
Workshop supported by the BIAA


2013 Articles and chapters in edited books

Lutgarde Vandeput (BIAA Director) published:
S. Mitchell and L. Vandeput (2013) Sagalassos and the Pisidia Survey Project: in search of Pisidia’s history, in: J. Poblome (ed.) Shifting practices? The impact of interdisciplinarity on archaeological interpretation. Exemplum gratum: Marc Waelkens and the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project, Leuven, 97-118.
L. Vandeput and V. Köse (2013) Survey in the Taurus Mountains: Methodologies of the Pisidia Survey Project, in L. Lavan and M. Mulryan, Late Antique Archaeology 9, 205-245.

Işılay Gürsu (CHM Fellow) published:
> I. Gürsu, “Aspendos Project: In the Light of Organizational Restructurings in Cultural Heritage Management in Turkey” in the proceedings of the International  Conference on Sustainable Cultural Heritage Management: Societies, Institutions, and Networks edited by Lucia Marchegiani, October 2013. Aracne Editrice, Rome. 

Peter Popkin (Post-doctoral Fellow 2008-9) published the following article based on his research undertaken during his fellowship.
Popkin, P.R.W. (2013). Hittite Ritual Animal Sacrifice: Integrating Zooarchaeology and Textual Analysis. In: Ekroth, G. and Wallensten, J. eds., Bones, Behaviour and Belief: The Zooarchaeological Evidence as a Source for Ritual Practice in Ancient Greece and Beyond, (Acta Instituti Atheniensis Regni Sueciae, Series IN 4, 55, pp 101-114). Stockholm: Swedish Institute at Athens, pp. 101-114. 

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Hodder, Ian Entangled: An archaeology of the relationship between humans and things. Wiley-Blackwell (Oxford 2012) | Çatalhöyük project fieldwork carried out under the auspices of the BIAA

Mitchell, Stephen and David H. French The Greek and Latin Inscriptions of Ankara (Ancyra) Vol. I From Augustus to the end of the third century AD (Vestigia 62) (C.H.BECK 2012)

C.S. Lightfoot and E.A. Ivison (eds.)  Finds Reports and Technical Studies (Amorium Reports 3 - 2012) Istanbul.

 

C. Katsari, C.S. Lightfoot, and A. Özme The Amorium Mint and the Coin Finds (Amorium Reports 4 - 2012) Berlin. 

 
 

Articles and chapters in edited books

Lutgarde Vandeput (BIAA Director) published:
L. Vandeput (2012) Art. Stoneworking, Greece and Rome, in: R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champion, A. Erskine and Sabine Hübner (eds) Wiley-Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Ancient History.
L. Vandeput (2012) Art. Dokimeion, in: R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champion, A. Erskine and Sabine Hübner (eds) Wiley-Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Ancient History.
L. Vandeput (2012) Art. Side, in: R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champion, A. Erskine and Sabine Hübner (eds) Wiley-Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Ancient History.
M. Jackson, M. Zelle, L. Vandeput and V. Köse 2012, Primary evidence for ‘Cypriot Red Slip Ware’ Late Roman D Ware production in southern Asia Minor, Anatolian Studies 62, 89-114.

Peter Popkin (Post-doctoral Fellow 2008-9) published the following article based on his research done during his fellowship.
> Popkin, P.R.W. (2012). The Recognition and Interpretation of a Singular Late Bronze Age Animal Sacrifice Event at Kilise Tepe, Turkey. In: Collard, D., Morris, J. and Perego, E. eds., Food and Drink in Archaeology 3. Totnes: Prospect Books, pp. 89-98.


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M. Stevanovic & R. Tringham (eds) The Last House on the Hill. The Berkeley Archaeologists at Çatalhöyük (Los Angeles, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology UCLA, 2011) | Çatalhöyük project fieldwork carried out under the auspices of the BIAA

Atalay, S. Collaborative Archaeology: Research with, by and for Indigenous and Local Communities (University of California Press 2011) | Çatalhöyük project fieldwork carried out under the auspices of the BIAA

Arkadiusz Marciniak & Lech Czerniak Post-Neolithic occupation of Çatalhöyük East mound (Los Angeles, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology UCLA, 2011)
Çatalhöyük project fieldwork carried out under the auspices of the BIA

Tringham and Stevanović (eds.) House Lives: Building, Inhabiting, Excavating a House at Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Reports from the BACH Area, Çatalhöyük, 1997-2003 (Los Angeles, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology UCLA, 2011)
Çatalhöyük project fieldwork carried out under the auspices of the BIAA


Articles and chapters in edited books

Tristan Carter (Post-Doctoral Fellow 2006-7) published the following artice(s) based on research undertaken during his fellowship
> Carter, T. (2011), ‘A true gift of mother earth: the use and significance of obsidian at Çatalhöyük’, Anatolian Studies 61: 1-19 
> Carter, T. Le Bourdonnec, F.-X., Kartal, M., Poupeau, G., Calligaro, T. and Moretto, P. (2011), ‘Marginal perspectives: Sourcing obsidian from the Öküzini Cave (SW Turkey)’, Paléorient 37.2: 123-149 


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Hodder, I. (ed.) Religion in the emergence of civilization. Çatalhöyük as a case study. (Cambridge University Press 2010) 



Çatalhöyük project fieldwork carried out under the auspices of the BIAA


Articles and chapters in edited books

Tristan Carter (Post-Doctoral Fellow 2006-7) published the following artice(s) based on research undertaken during his fellowship: 
> Poupeau, G., Le Bourdonnec, F.-X., Carter T., Delerue S., Shackley, M.S., Barrat, J.A., Dubernet, S, Moretto, P., Calligaro, T., Milić, M. and Kobayashi, K. (2010), ‘The use of SEM-EDS, PIXE and EDXRF for obsidian provenance studies in the Near East: A case study from Neolithic Çatalhöyük (central Anatolia)’, Journal of Archaeological Science 37(11): 2705-2720.


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Articles and chapters in edited books

Lutgarde Vandeput (BIAA Director) published:
L. Vandeput (2009) Late Antiquity in the Taurus Mountains: Remains in Pednelissos and its Territory, Colloquium Anatolicum 8, 23-44.

 

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Articles and chapters in edited books

Lutgarde Vandeput (BIAA Director) published:
L. Vandeput (2008) The British Institute at Ankara: 60 years young, Anatolian Studies 58, 1-15.

Tristan Carter (Post-Doctoral Fellow 2006-7) published: 
> Carter, T., Dubernet, S., King, R., Le Bourdonnec, F.-X., Milić, M., Poupeau, G. and Shackley, M.S. (2008), ‘Eastern Anatolian obsidians at Çatalhöyük and the reconfiguration of regional interaction in the Early Ceramic Neolithic’, Antiquity 82(318): 900-909. 


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Articles and chapters in edited books

Lutgarde Vandeput (BIAA Director) published:
> L. Vandeput (2007) Kontinuität und Wandel in der urbanen Architektur Pisidiens in spät-hellenistischer und früher Kaiserzeit, in: M. Meyer (ed.) Neue Zeiten - Neue Sitten. Zu Rezeption und Integration römischen und italischen Kulturguts in Kleinasien, Vienna, 133-142.
M. Waelkens and L. Vandeput (2007) Regionalism in Hellenistic and Roman Pisidia, in: H. Elton and G. Reger (eds) Regionalism in Hellenistic and Roman Asia Minor. 22-24 August 1997, Trinity College, CT, USA, Bordeaux, 97-105.

Tristan Carter (Post-Doctoral Fellow 2006-7) published: 
> Carter, T. (2007), ‘Of blanks and burials: hoarding obsidian at Neolithic Çatalhöyük’, in L. Astruc, D. Binder and F. Briois (eds.), Technical Systems and Near Eastern PPN Communities. Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop. Fréjus, 2004. Éditions APDCA, Antibes: 343-355 
> Carter, T. and Kilikoglou, V. (2007), ‘From reactor to royalty? Aegean and Anatolian obsidians from Quartier Mu, Malia (Crete)’, Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 20.1: 115-143.

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