PhD candidate at the Graduate Center,
City University of New York.
His research interests include:
-Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeology,
often times focused on the Balkans and Anatolia;
-Geographic Information Systems, scale, and
-Forensic and heritage studies.
He is currently looking at the issues of landscape
connectivity during Bronze Age in the Central Balkans.
At Brooklyn College, where he has been an
Adjunct Lecturer for five years, teaches core course
Cultural Transformations, courses in archaeological
method and theory, rituals of death, and food crisis,
in addition to introductions to anthropology and archaeology.