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Curriculum Vitae

Roderick B. Salisbury

Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection & Virtual Archaeology Franz Klein Gasse 1 A-1190 Vienna, Austria Airborne Technologies GmbH Viktor Lang Straße 8 A-2700 Wiener Neustadt, Austria

Email

: [email protected]

Mobile telephone

: +43 6991 131 9576

Education

 2010 Ph.D. in Anthropology, University at Buffalo, SUNY  2006 Visiting Student, Department of Archaeology and Wolfson College, University of Cambridge.  2004 M.A. in Anthropology, University at Buffalo, SUNY.  1999 B.A. in Anthropology (Summa cum Laude, Honors), Buffalo State College, SUNY

Appointments Held

 Oct. 2012 – present Geodesy Specialist, Airborne Technologies GmbH  January – June 2012  March – August 2012  2007 – 2008  2002 – 2010 Researcher, LBI ArchPro Visiting Lecturer, Department of Archaeology, University of Nottingham Research Associate/Project Manager, School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester  Oct. 2010 – Feb. 2012 Honorary Visiting Fellow, School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester IIE Fulbright Fellow, Hungary IGERT Fellow in GI Science, University at Buffalo, SUNY,

Research Interests

Neolithic, Copper Age and Bronze Age Late Archaic & Woodland (Eastern North America) Archaeological history, theory and practice

Publications Journal Articles

Human-environmental interactions Landscapes, soilscapes, networks, communities, practice Geoarchaeology, environmental archaeology, archaeological science GIS and spatial analysis

( *peer reviewed)

Salisbury, R.B. 2013, “Interpolating Geochemical Patterning of Activity Zones at Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age Settlements in Eastern Hungary”,

Journal of Archaeological Science

40: 926-934. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2012.10.009

Salisbury, R.B. 2012, “Place and Identity: Networks of Neolithic Communities in Central

Roderick B. Salisbury Curriculum Vitae Europe”,

Documenta Praehistorica

39: 203-214. http://dx.doi.org/10.4312/dp.39.14

Salisbury, R.B. 2012, “Soilscapes and settlements: remote mapping of activity areas in unexcavated prehistoric farmsteads ”,

Antiquity

86(331): 178-190. http://antiquity.ac.uk/ant/086/ant0860178.htm

Salisbury, R.B. 2012, “Engaging with Soil Materiality, Past and Present”,

Journal of Material Culture

17(1):23-41.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1359183511432990 Salisbury, R.B and G. Bácsmegi, 2012, Neolithic Archaeology and Soilscapes Körös Area: 2011 – Survey Year.

Newsletter of the Archaeological Geology Division of the Geological Society of America,

April 2012

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6-7. Salisbury, R.B. 2010, “Neolithic Settlements and Soilscapes in Eastern Hungary”,

The European Archaeologist

34: 5-7. Winter 2010. Salisbury, R.B. and Woltinge, I., “Socio-sedimentary dialectics” (session report by Roderick B. Salisbury and Inger Woltinge),

The European Archaeologist

34: 64-65. Winter 2010. Parkinson, W.A., R.W. Yerkes, A. Gyucha, M.R. Morris, A. Sarris and R.B. Salisbury. 2010. Early Copper Age Settlements in the Körös Region of the Great Hungarian Plain.

Journal of Field Archaeology

35(2):164-183. http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/009346910X12707321520675 Salisbury, R. B. 2008, Az Alföld késő neolitikus és kora rézkori településszerkezetének vizsgálatai fúrásadatok elemzésével: A Neolithic Archaeological Settlements of the Berettyó-Körös Project (NASBeK) előzetes eredményei (Investigating Settlement Structure through Soil Chemistry on Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age sites in the Körös-Berettyó Region. The NASBeK Project). In

Régészeti ökológiai és településtörténeti kutatások a Körös-vidéken

, edited by G. Bóka and E. Martyin, pp. 41-64. Gulai Katalógusok 13, Gyula. Salisbury, R. B. 2008. Reading tells: settlement practice during the European Late Neolithic and Bronze Ages (session report by Roderick B. Salisbury).

The European Archaeologist

28: 27. Salisbury, R.B. and T.L. Thurston. 2007. Regional analyses of spatial and social dynamics (session report by Roderick B. Salisbury and Tina Thurston).

The European Archaeologist

26: 32. Salisbury, R.B. and K.S. Niemel. 2005. “Giant’s Grave: Exploring the Cultural Significance of Prehistoric Landscape s within the Genesee River Valley.”

Northeast Anthropology

69:35 57. Salisbury R. B. and K.S. Niemel. 2005. “Archaic Giant’s Grave: Exploring Site Distribution Within a Unique Micro-environment on the Alleghany Plateau, 4000 1500 BC.”

Journal of World Anthropology

2(1):288-314. Salisbury, R. B. 2001. “Lithic and Ceramic Cross-Mends at the Eaton Site.”

The Bulletin: Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association

177:49-56.

Edited Volumes

Thurston, T.L. and R.B. Salisbury (eds.), 2009.

Reimagining Regional Analyses – the Archaeology of Spatial and Social Dynamics

. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle. Salisbury, R.B. and D. Keeler (eds.), 2007.

Space – Archaeology’s Final Frontier? An Intercontinental Approach.

Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle.

Book Reviews

Salisbury, R.B. 2011. Arne Wossink,

Challenging Climate Change: Competition and Cooperation among Pastoralists and Agriculturalists in Northern Mesopotamia (c. 3000 – 1600 BC). European Journal of Archaeology

, 14(1-2): 316-319. Salisbury, R.B. 2011. Lisa C. Nevett, Domestic space in Classical Antiquity (CUP 2010).

Bryn Mawr Classical Review

, 2011.06.35. Online at: http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2011/2011-06 35.html

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Grants awarded (external)

 2011 PI of British Academy small grant (SG102564) £6200 for “Prehistoric environmental mitigation: agrarian settlements and palaeohydrology in Neolithic Hungary.”  2008 Co-PI of National Science Foundation (NSF) Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant (Award #0822474) $14,875 for “Identifying Continuity & Change through Archaeological Soil Chemistry and Site Stratigraphy at Neolithic Settlements in Southeast Hungary.”

Teaching experience

 Spring 2012, Visiting Lecturer, The Anthropology of Human Ecology (AA1017 UG) and Anthropology for Archaeologists (V64027 PG), University of Nottingham, Department of Archaeology.  Spring 2012, Tutor, Later European Prehistory: perspectives on the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages (AR3067), University at Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History.  Spring 2011, Tutor, Later European Prehistory: perspectives on the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages (AR3067), University at Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History.  2009-2010, Associate Tutor f or Distance Learning Module ‘Households and Families in the Past’ (AR3550), University at Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History.  Fall 2004 Guest Lecturer, Introduction to Archaeology (APY108), SUNY Buffalo, Department of Anthropology.  Spring 2004 Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Anthropology (APY105), SUNY Buffalo, Department of Anthropology.  Fall 2003 Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Physical Anthropology (APY107), SUNY Buffalo, Department of Anthropology.  Fall 1999 Teaching Assistant, Human Origins (ANT101), Buffalo State College, Department of Anthropology.

Conference and symposia organized

 2010 Co-chair and Co-organizer,

Socio-sedimentary Dialectics

, formal symposium for the 16 th Annual Meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists in The Hague, Netherlands, September 2010.  2007 Co-chair and Co-organizer,

Reading Tells - Settlement Practice During the European Late Neolithic and Bronze Ages

, formal symposium for the 13 th Annual Meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists in Zadar, Croatia, September 2007.  2006 Co-chair and Co-organizer,

Regional Analyses of Spatial and Social Dynamics

, formal symposium for the 12 th Annual Meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists in Cracow, Poland, September 2006.  2005 Chair and co-organizer,

Agency within the Periphery: Views from Across the Globe

, organized symposium at the 70 th Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology in Salt Lake City, Utah, March/April 2005. 3

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