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  • Ricardo Joseph Elia

    Professional Fields: Address: Archaeology, Archaeological Archaeology Department Heritage Management Boston University 675 Commonwealth Ave. [email protected] Boston, MA 02215 Appointments 1994–present Associate Professor, Archaeology Department, Boston University. 2010–present Co-Director (with Amalia Perez-Juez) of the Boston University Field

    School in Archaeology and Heritage Management, Menorca, Spain; (excavations at the Talayotic site of Torre d'en Galmes; survey and excavations at the naval hospital complex on Isla del Rey)

    2007–2010 Chair, Archaeology Department, Boston University 2007 (spring) Associate Chair, Archaeology Department, Boston University 2002–2005 Visiting Scholar, Anthropology Department, Harvard University. 1982–2010 Associate Director, Center for Archaeological Studies, Boston

    University. 1983–1994 Director, Office of Public Archaeology, Boston University. 1987–1994 Adjunct Associate Professor, Archaeology Department, Boston

    University. 1982–1987 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Archaeology Department, Boston

    University. 1982–1983 Acting Director, Office of Public Archaeology, Boston University. 1982 (summer) Instructor, Summer Program in Greece, Boston University. 1981–1982 Instructor, Department of Classics, Boston University 1980–1981 Latin teacher, Brookline Public Schools, Brookline, Mass. 1978–1979 Travelling Fellow, Department of Classics, Boston University. 1977–1980 Teaching Assistant, Department of Classics, Boston University.

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    1975–1976 University Fellow, Department of Classics, Boston University. 1973–1975 Teaching Assistant, Department of Classics, Ohio State University. Education 1982 Ph.D. in Classical Studies (Archaeology and Ancient Greek), Boston

    University. Dissertation: “A Study of the Neolithic Architecture of Thessaly, Greece.”

    1978–79 Regular Member, American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 1975 M.A. in Classics, Ohio State University. (Thesis: “The Concept of

    ΤΟΛΜΑ in Thucydides”). 1973 B.A. in Classics, Boston University. Honors 1996 Elected Fellow of Society of Antiquaries, London. 1996 Recipient of Massachusetts Historical Commission 1996

    Preservation Award for the Uxbridge (MA) Almshouse Burying Ground Project.

    1995 Article chosen one of “fifty great stories” published in The Art

    Newspaper since it began publication in 1990 (for October, 1994 article on private collecting and site looting; see no. 40, below).

    1976 Field Scholarship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Summer Session. 1973 Phi Beta Kappa, Boston University. Graduation summa cum laude, with distinction. Professional Service 2005–present Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Field Archaeology. 1995−2002 Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Field Archaeology. 1999–2001 Member, International Standing Conference on the Traffic in Illicit

    Antiquities.

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    1998–2003 Vice President for Professional Responsibilities, Archaeological

    Institute of America. 1998–2002 Board Member, Register of Professional Archaeologists. 1998–2003 Chair, Professional Responsibilities Committee, Archaeological

    Institute of America. 1998–2004 Contributing Editor, Archaeology Magazine. 1997–present Member, Cultural Properties Legislation and Policy Subcommittee,

    Archaeological Institute of America. 1996–1998 Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Archaeology Magazine. 1996–present Member, Society for American Archaeology, Task Force on Law Enforcement. 1995–present Member, Research Committee for the Royall House. Royall House Association, Medford, Massachusetts. 1995–1996 Member, Advisory Committee for the Repatriation of MycenaeanTreasures from the United States to Greece. Society for the Preservation of the Greek Heritage, Washington, D.C. 1995–present Member, Conservation and Heritage Management Commitee, Archaeological Institute of America. 1995–1997 Corresponding Member, ICOMOS International Committee on Underwater Cultural Heritage. 1992- 1996 Chairman, UNIDROIT Subcommittee, (Archaeological Institute of America, Professional Responsibilities Committee). 1992–1997 Member, Program for the Annual Meeting Committee, Archaeological Institute of America. 1992–1994 Member, ICOMOS International Committee on Underwater Cultural Heritage. 1990–1994 Chairman, Archaeological Heritage Management Committee, U.S. International Conference on Monuments and Sites. 1983–present Commissioner, Medford Historical Commission, Medford, Massachusetts.

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    1991–1993 Chairman, Committee on American Archaeology, Archaeological Institute of America. 1990–1993 Board Member, Historic Massachusetts Inc. Books and Monographs In prep. Spoils of War: A History of Cultural Plunder in Wartime. For Yale University

    Press. 1997 Archaeological Investigations at the Paul Revere House in Boston,

    Massachusetts. Office of Public Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 100 (with a contribution by N. S. Seasholes).

    1996 "The Winter Campaign of Starving:" Archaeological Investigations at Putnam

    Memorial State Park in Redding and Bethel, Connecticut (co-author with Brendan McDermott) Office of Public Archaeology, Boston University.

    1991 Archaeological Investigations at the Uxbridge Almshouse Burial Ground in

    Uxbridge, Massachusetts (editor, with Al B. Wesolowsky, and contributor). British Archaeological Reports, International Series, 564.

    1989 Phase II Archaeological Investigations of the Central Artery/Third Harbor

    Tunnel Project in Boston, Massachusetts (co-author with David Landon and Nancy Seasholes). 2 volumes. Office of Public Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 81.

    1989 Phase I Archaeological Investigations of the Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel

    Project in Boston, Massachusetts (co-author with Nancy Seasholes). Office of Public Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 79.

    1985 The Fort on Groton Hill: An Archaeological Survey of Fort Griswold in Groton,

    Massachusetts. Office of Public Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 30.

    Articles in Books 2014 “International Conventions pertaining to Heritage Policy,” in C. Smith,

    ed., Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, pp. 3954–3961. 2014 “Cultural Heritage Management in the United States,” in C. Smith, ed.,

    Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, pp. 7486–7490. 2014 “Charter for the Protection and Management of the Archaeological

    Heritage (1990),” in C. Smith, ed., Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer., 1374–1376.

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    2014 “Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin and 11th Earl of Kincardine,” in C.

    Smith, ed., Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer. Biographical article on Lord Elgin for forthcoming print and online encyclopedia project.

    2009 "Mythology of the Antiquities Market," in James A. R. Nafziger and Ann

    M. Nicgorski, eds., Cultural Heritage Issues: The Legacy of Conquest, Colonization, and Commerce. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 239–255.

    2001 "Analysis of the Looting, Selling, and Collecting of Apulian Red-Figure

    Vases: A Quantitative Approach," in N. Brodie, J. Doole, and C. Renfrew, eds., Illicit Antiquities: The Destruction of the World’s Archaeological Heritage. Cambridge, UK: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 145– 153.

    2000 "Overview of the Issues" ("Archaeology Education into the Twenty-first

    Century: Models for Change"), in Susan J. Bender and George S. Smith, eds., Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century (Washington: Society for American Archaeology), 89–94 (with Kathleen M. Byrd).

    2000 "A New Master’s Program in Archaeological Heritage Management at

    Boston University," in Susan J. Bender and George S. Smith, eds., Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century (Washington: Society for American Archaeology), 105–109.

    1997 "Professional Ethics," in James P. Delgado, ed., British Museum

    Encyclopaedia of Underwater and Maritime Archaeology. London: British Museum Press, 327–328.

    1996 "A Seductive and Troubling Work." Review of The Cycladic Spirit:

    Masterpieces from the Nicholas P. Goulandris Collection by Colin Renfrew; reprinted in K.D. Vitelli, ed., Archaeological Ethics, London: Altamira Press, 54–61.

    1995 "Conservators and Unprovenanced Objects: Preserving the Cultural

    Heritage or Servicing the Antiquities Trade?" In Kathryn W. Tubb, ed., Antiquities, Trade or Betrayed: Legal, Ethical, and Conservation Issues (London: Archetype), 244–255.

    Articles 2011 co-author with Marta Ostovich , “Heritage Management,” Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics, ed. Dee Clayman.

    http://oxfordbibliographiesonline.com/view/document/obo- 9780195389661/obo-9780195389661-0019.xml. Refereed, annotated bibliography with 108 references in 12 subject categories.

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    2008 “Protecting Cultural Heritage in Asymmetric Conflicts: Lessons from Iraq,” in Rogerio Amoeda et al., eds., World Heritage and Sustainabl