PhD dissertation (2020): After the End: Animal Economies, Collapse and Continuity in Hittite and Post-Hittite Anatolia.
PhD dissertation (2007): Animals, Agriculture, and Religion among Native Americans in Precontact Illinois: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Perception and Representation.
PhD dissertation (1998): Yula, Yucatan, Mexico: Terminal Classic Maya Settlement and Political Organization in the Chichen Itza Polity.
Program in the Ancient Mediterranean World
PhD dissertation (1998): Amphibious Operations in the Late Bronze Age Mediterranean and Near East.
PhD dissertation (1998): Reorganization and Intensification on the Mesopotamian Periphery: Late Prehistoric Ceramic Production and Exchange in the Karababa Basin, Southeastern Turkey.
PhD dissertation (2009): Lords of the Snowy Ranges: Politics, Place, and Landscape Transformation in Two Tairona Towns in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia.
PhD dissertation (2006): Economy and Society: An Archaeological Reconstruction of the Political and Informal Economy of Northwestern Syria in the Third Millennium BC.
PhD dissertation (2013): The Social Lives of Pottery in the Plain of Flowers: An Archaeology of Ceramic Production, Distribution, and Consumption in the Late Bronze Age South Caucasus.
Kristyn Nicole Mahealani Hara
PhD dissertation (2017): Institutionalizing Incorporation: Foodways, Sectarian Pluralism, and Royal Authority at the Capital Āśramas of Angkor, Cambodia.
Program on the Ancient Mediterranean World
PhD dissertation (2004): The Sons of Earth and the Starry Heaven: Greek Theogonic Traditions and their Northwest Semitic Background.
PhD dissertation (2011): Consuming Transitions: A Study of Ceramic Vessels Associated with Cooking and Serving Practices in the Levant during the Early Bronze to Middle Bronze Age Transition.
PhD dissertation (2004): Material Culture, Colonialism, and Identity in the Middle Orinoco, Venezuela. 2004 Edward Swenson, Ritual and Power in the Urban Hinterland: Religious Pluralism and Political Decentralization in Late Moche Jequetepeque, Peru.
Kirsten Anderson Segal
PhD dissertation (2001): Bioarchaeological Analysis of St. Jorgensgard, A Medieval Leprosy Hospital in Odense, Denmark.