Researcher Biographies


Dr. Haskel J. Greenfield, University Distinguished Professor

Co-Director Near Eastern and Biblical Archaeology Laboratory
Professor, Anthropology; Associate Member, St. Paul’s College; Coordinator of Judaic Studies




Dr. Tina Jongsma-Greenfield

Co-Director Near Eastern and Biblical Archaeology Laboratory
Research Associate in Anthropology;
Research Fellow Member, St. Paul’s College 




Graduate Students


Annie Brown

PhD Research Focus: Micro-debris in Early Bronze Age houses: Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel

MA Research Focus: Seasonal exploitation patterns of wild animals during the Neolithic of temperate southeast Europe.


Jon Ross

PhD Research Focus: Ceramic production processes in Early Bronze Age households: Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel


Deland Wing

PhD Research Focus: Digital analysis of archaeological excavations: Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel


Trent Cheney

MA Research Focus: Early Bronze Age economic specialization: analysis of animal butchering patterns.


Former Graduate Students


Chris  Neufeldt

Research Focus: Households in the Early Bronze Age of the Near East.


Jeremy Beller

Research Focus: Analysis of Early Bronze Age ceramics from Tell es-Safi/Gath.

Haskel J. Greenfield
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Tina Jongsma-Greenfield
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