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Albert Ammerman

Albert J. Ammerman, PhD

Research Professor, Archaeologist, Humanities Educator

Dr. Ammerman is a research professor, educator, and environmental archaeologist whose work has covered interdisciplinary approaches to Classical history, the Neolithic transition, and human-made changes to the landscape. Recently, this has included fieldwork at the site of the Temple of Athena in Paestum, and studies in human genetics have confirmed the theory of demic diffusion first proposed in the 1970s. Previous projects have involved fieldwork at ancient sites in Venice, Rome, Cyprus, and other Mediterranean settlements, and he has been affiliated with institutions including Stanford University, the National Gallery of Art, the Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, and Colgate University. Dr. Ammerman is extensively published and has lectured at conferences and symposia around the world throughout his career, as well as having led study groups, summer school fieldwork, and excavations throughout Europe. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from the University of Michigan and was awarded his Doctor of Philosophy by the UCL Institute of Archaeology in 1972. Dr. Ammerman credits his success to his interdisciplinary approach to archaeology and emphasis on placing his work within the broader context of humanities research and looks forward to continuing to study with a focus on the effects of climate change on the manmade environment

Marquis Homepage

Dr. Ammerman’s professional journey and Marquis honors are showcased on his personal homepage.

Top Professionals

Dr. Ammerman was selected as a Marquis Who’s Who Top Educator in recognition of his career accomplishments and dedication to his field.

Marquis Humanitarian Award

Dr. Ammerman’s years of contribution to the humanities were honored with the Marquis Humanitarian Award.

Who's Who in the World

A global press release celebrates Dr. Ammerman’s inclusion in Who’s Who in the World.

Who's Who Industry Leaders

Dr. Ammerman’s Industry Leaders page highlights a selection of his academic and professional accomplishments.

Lifetime Achievement

As a long-term expert in his field, Dr. Ammerman was selected for the prestigious Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.

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