About/Awards/Memberships/Creative Works/ Etc.

Career: Major Research Project: The Neolithic Transition in Europe (1970-1984); Acconia Survey and the Excavations at Piana di Curina, Calabria, Italy (1974-1982); the Origins of ancient Rome (1985-2004m 2012-2014); the Origins of Venice, Environmental Studies in the Venetian Lagoon and the Foundations of the Basilica di San Marco, 1989-2002, 2014-2018); the Origins of the Agora in ancient Athens (1990-1994); Early Cyprus and the Origins of Seafaring in the Mediterranean (2003-2012); the artificial Mound at the Temple of Athena at the Greek City-State of Paestum (2017-present)

Career Related: Director, Venice Study Group, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY (1999, 2009, 2013); Director, Archaeology Summer School, American Academy in Rome (2001); Director, Inside Archaeology LLC; Outside International Review of the Humanities at the University of Trento, Italy (2011; International Strategic Committee, University of Nice, France (2016-2019)

Creative Works: Authors, A. J. Ammerman and R. M. Ammerman, “New Light on the Temple of Athena:  Re-shaping the Landscape” (2019); Editor, “Island Archaeology and the Origins of Seafaring in the Eastern Mediterranean” 2013-2014; Editor, “The Widening Harvest” (2003); Authors, A. J. Ammerman and C. McClennen, “Venice before San Marco” (2001); Author, “On the Origins of the Forum in Rome” (1990); Author, “The Acconia Survey and the Obsidian Trade” (1985); Authors, A. J. Ammerman and L. L. Cavalli-Sforza, “The Neolithic Transition and the Genetics of Populations in Europe” (1984)

Memberships: Managing Committee, American School of Classical Studies of Athens (1990-Present); International Strategic Committee, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis (2016-2019); Science Committee, Archaeological Institute of America (1992-1998)

Awards: Foreign Member (elected for life), Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, Italy (2020); Grantee, Malcolm Weiner Foundation (2019), Grantee, Institute of Aegean Prehistory (2004-2012); Fellowship, Origins of Rome, American Council of Learned Societies (2003-2004): Kress Senior Fellow, Reconstruction ancient Rome, Center for the Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art (1995-1996); Grantee, The Gladys Kriebel Delmas Foundation (1990-2018); Fellowship, Environmental Studies in ancient Rome, John Simon Guggenheim Foundation; Mellon Fellowship in Classical Studies, Early Rome, American Academy in Rome (1987-1988); Grantee, National Geographic Society, Projects in Rome, Venice and Athens (1985-2002); Fellowship, Vico’s Anthropology, National Endowment for the Humanities (1984); Writing Awards, University of Michigan (1964).

Marquis Who’s Who Honors: Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award; Marquis Who’s Who Top Professional

Book Chapters: Who’s Who in America – 2016, 70th Edition (pub. 2016); Who’s Who in America – 2015, 69th Edition (pub. 2014); Who’s Who in America – 2014, 68th Edition (pub. 2013); Who’s Who in America – 2013, 67th Edition (pub. 2012); Who’s Who in America – 2009, 63rd Edition (pub. 2008); Who’s Who in America – 2008, 62nd Edition (pub. 2007)

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