AIA Lecturer: Michael Fuller

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St. Louis Community College at Meramec

Michael Fuller

Dr. Michael Fuller was a Geology major in college, but turned to Anthropology for his MA and PhD, both received from Washington University in St. Louis. He served as a contract archaeologist for Missouri State University in the 1970s before joining the faculty of St. Louis Community College during 1982. Dr. Fuller is a specialist in Near Eastern Archaeology (Egypt, Jordan, and Syria). He co-directed rescue excavations at the site of Tell Tuneinir from 1987 until 2001. His latest work has focused on the medieval archaeological remains of the Slavic populations on the border of Eastern Europe and the Middle East.  Honor and awards include a Fulbright Travel Grant to Russia in 2006, and the AIA’s Joukowsky Distinguished Service Award (shared by Neathery Fuller) in 2009.

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