AIA Lecturer: Marie-Henriette Gates

Lectures by Marie-Henriette Gates

Bilkent University

Marie-Henriette Gates

Marie-Henriette Gates is with Department of Archaeology and History of Art at Bilkent University in Turkey, and holds her degrees from Yale  (Ph.D.) and Bryn Mawr.  Her research and teaching interests include Near Eastern prehistory with special reference to Turkey and Bronze Age Syria.  She has published over 35 papers, including excavation reports and the annual “Archaeology in Turkey” for the American Journal of Archaeology; she is also on the editorial board of the journal Anatolia Antiqua, published by the Institut Français d’Études Anatoliennes (Istanbul).  Since 1992 she has been the Director of excavations at Kinet Höyük in Turkey, and she is also currently working on the prehistory of Elmalı Plain (Antalya).  Professor Gates is an AIA Joukowsky Lecturer for the 2013/2014 season.

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