ArchaeoTek’s Scientific Contributions

THESES AND DISSERTATIONS:

Filipek-Ogden, K.L. 2012. Long Bone Bowing Deformities in the Transylvanian Noua. Master of Science Thesis. California State University, Long Beach. U.S.A.

 

Illsley, W. 2012. No Axe to Grind: A Diachronic Study of Copper Alloy Axeheads from Transylvania. Bachelor of Science Thesis. University of Sheffield, Sheffield, U.K.

Gonciar, Andre. 2018. Structures of Power in Late "Dacian" Iron Age Transylvania (Romania) Testing Old and New Models. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Thesis. State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, U.S.A. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.

Henry, William. 2018. Regulations, Ethics and Pedagogy in Archaeological Field Schools. Master of Arts Thesis. American University of Rome, Italy.

 

Morris, Isabel Mae. 2020. Ground Penetrating Radar Attributes for Nondestructive Characterization of Concrete. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Thesis. Princeton University. U.S.A. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.

 

Reker, A. 2016. Coins, Corollas and Corpses: Inferring Social Relationships from Funerary Practices of Seventeenth Century Transylvania. Bachelor of Arts Thesis. University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, U.S.A.

 

​Voas, Maddeline Rendell. 2017. An Examination of Weaning and Childhood Palaeodiet in Bogoz, Transylvania, using Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Analysis. Master of Arts Thesis. University of West Florida, U.S.A.

 

Whitlow, Raymond. 2013. Copper Age settlement patterns in the Eastern Carpathians Mountains, a GIS approach to site and territory analysis. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Thesis. State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, U.S.A. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.