Roderick B. Salisbury received his PhD from the University of Buffalo (SUNY) in 2010. He is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Austrian Archaeological Institute (ÖAI) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on human-environmental interactions and takes a comparative approach to the spatial and social organization of settlements. He is co-director of the Neolithic Archaeological Soilscapes Körös Area project and Vice-Chair of the Editorial Board of the journal Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica.
ed. Roderick B. Salisbury
Fourteen papers take advantage of advances in archaeological methods and theory to explore the role of the built environment in expressing and shaping community organization and identity at prehistoric and historic nucleated settlements and early cities in the Old World. READ MORE
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