Publications

Books

2006          Household Economies: Production and Consumption of Household Ceramics Among the Maros Villagers of Bronze Age Hungary. BAR International Series 1503, Archaeopress, Oxford.

Peer Reviewed Articles in Academic Journals

Accepted      Tracing the distribution of late 16th and early 17th century European copper artifacts in southern Québec and Ontario, Canada. Archaeometry. (L.A. Pavlish (deceased), K. Michelaki, J.-F. Moreau, R.M. Farquhar, W. Fox, L.M. Anselmi, C. Garrad, C. Walker, G. Warrick, D. Knight, S. Aufreiter, and R.G.V. Hancock)

2017            Are the intensities and durations of small-scale pottery firings sufficient to completely dehydroxylate clays? Testing a key assumption underlying ceramic rehydroxylation dating. Journal of Archaeological Science 79: 44-52. (J. Paige, K. Michelaki, C. Campisano, M. Barton and A. Heimsath)

2015             Using regional chemical comparisons of European copper to examine its trade to and among Indigenous groups in late 16th and early 17th century Canada: A case study from Nova Scotia and Ontario. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 4: 285-292. (K. Michelaki, R.G.V. Hancock, G. Warrick, D. Knight, R).H. Whitehead, and R.M. Farquhar)

2014              Local clay sources as histories of human-landscape interactions: A ceramic taskscape perspective . Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 22(3): 783-827. (K. Michelaki, G.V. Braun, and R.G.V. Hancock).

2013              Reassessment of elemental concentration data of sediments from the western delta of the Nile River. Open Journal of Archaeometry, 1: 6-9. (K. Michelaki and R.G.V. Hancock).

2013              On establishing ceramic chemical groups: Exploring the influence of data analysis methods and the role of the elements chosen in analysis. Open Journal of Archaeometry, 1: 1-5. (K. Michelaki, R.G.V. Hancock and M. Hughes).

2013               17th century Huron village Life: Insights from the vopper-based metals of the Ball site, douthern Ontario, CanadaJournal of Archaeological Science 40: 1250-1259. (K. Michelaki, R.G.V. Hancock, G. Warrick, and D.H. Knight). 

2012               Using provenance data to assess archaeological landscapes: An example from Calabria, Italy. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39(2): 234-246. (K. Michelaki, R.G.V. Hancock, and G. Braun).

2011               Chemistry versus data dispersion: Is there a better way to assess and interpret archaeometrical data? Archaeometry 53(6): 1259-1279. (K. Michelaki and R.G.V. Hancock).

2008               Making pots and potters in the Bronze Age villages of Kiszombor-Új-Élet and Klárafalva-Hajdova in HungaryCambridge Archaeological Journal 18 (3): 327-352.

2007               More than meets the eye: Reconsidering variability in Iroquoian ceramicsCanadian Journal of Archaeology 31(2): 143-170.

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

2012               In Small Things Remembered: Pottery Decoration in Neolithic Southern Italy. In Excavating the Mind: Cross-Sections Through Culture, Cognition and Materiality, edited by M. Jessen, N. Johannsen, and H. J. Jensen, pp. 161-181. University of Aarhus Press. (J. Robb and K. Michelaki).

2007               The Changing Landscapes of Bova Marina, Calabria. In Uplands of Ancient Sicily and Calabria. The Archaeology of Landscape Revisited. Specialist Studies on Italy 13, edited by M. Fitzjohn, pp: 19-34. Accordia Publications, Institute of Archaeology UCL and the Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London. (L. Foxhall, P. Lazrus, K. Michelaki, J. Ronn, D. Van Hove and D. Yoon).

2002               Integrating Typological and Physico-Chemical Approaches to Examine the Potter’s Choices: A Case from Bronze Age Hungary. In Modern Trends in Scientific Studies on Ancient Ceramics, edited by V. Kilikoglou, A. Hein, and Y. Maniatis, pp: 313-322. BAR International Series 1011, Archaeopress, Oxford. (Michelaki, K., Minc, L. and O’Shea, J.).

1999               Ceramic Production Among the Maros Villagers of Bronze Age Hungary. In Craft Specialization: Operational Sequences and Beyond. Papers from the EAA Third Annual Meeting at Ravenna 1997, edited by S. Milliken and M. Vidale, pp: 77-87. BAR International Series 720, vol. IV, Archaeopress, Oxford.

Non-Peer Reviewed Reports

2009               Using Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA) to Test the Validity of Current Field Methods of Chert Identification in Archaeological Projects. Report submitted to the Ontario Centres of Excellence, Inc., Centre for Materials and Manufacturing. (K. Michelaki, R.G.V. Hancock, A. Pidruczny, B.L. MacDonald and P. Woodley).

2008               Technological studies of Prehistoric Pottery and Raw Material Survey. In Bova Marina Archaeological Project: Preliminary Report, 2008 Season. Report Submitted to the Soprintendenza Archeologica della Calabria, edited by J. Robb with contributions by M. Chesson, H. Farr, P. Lazrus, K. Michelaki, J. Robb, C. White, N. Wolff and D. Yoon, pp: 47-53. Cambridge University.

2006               Prehistoric Archaeology: Post Excavation Analysis and Other Activities. In Bova Marina Archaeological Project Survey and Excavations: Preliminary Report, 2006 Season.In Report Submitted to the Soprintendenza Archeologica della Calabria, edited by L. Foxhall, pp: 40-49. School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester. (K. Michelaki, J. Robb and S. Scarcella).

2004               The Ceramic Technology Analysis. In Bova Marina Archaeological Project Survey and Excavations: Preliminary Report, 2004 Season. Report Submitted to the Soprintendenza Archeologica della Calabria, edited by L. Foxhall, pp: 40-56. School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester.

2002               On-going analysis of Umbro Neolithic pottery: INAA chemical analysis. In Bova Marina Archaeological Project, Survey and Excavations: Preliminary Report, 2002 Season. Report Submitted to the Soprintendenza Archeologica della Calabria, edited by J. Robb, pp. 36-42. Cambridge University.

2000                   Prehistoric Ceramics from Umbro: Initial Functional Analysis. In Bova Marina Archaeological Project, Survey and Excavations: Preliminary Report, 2000 Season. Report Submitted to the Soprintendenza Archeologica della Calabria, edited by J. Robb, pp: 21-24. University of Southampton. (Michelaki, K. and J. Robb).

 Reviews and Newsletters

2009                Archaeology Students Make Iroquoian Pots Speak. In ArchNotes: the Bi-Monthly Newsletter of the Ontario Archaeological Society 14 (3):12-13.

2001                Reading the Past: A Book Review. In Archaeology Odyssey, 2001, pp. 56-58. Biblical Archaeology Society, Washington D.C.

 

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

Books

In prep.           Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics, 2nd Edition, Springer, New York. Expected completion date 2015. (C. Sinopoli and K. Michelaki).

Peer Reviewed Journals

In prep.            Long Term Ceramic Traditions in Prehistoric Calabria, Italy. To be submitted to the European Journal of Archaeology. (K. Michelaki, R.G.V. Hancock, G.V. Braun, and S. Kelly).

In prep.            Pottery Making Traditions and People in Neolithic and Bronze Age Bova Marina, Calabria, Italy. To be submitted to Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology. (K. Michelaki and J. Robb).

© Dr. Kostalena Michelaki 2012