Anthropology: Political economy, archaeological theory, excavation methods, lithic artifact analysis, European prehistory, Greek and Roman archaeology
Jamie D. Aprile joined the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at George Mason as an adjunct faculty member in the spring of 2018 after relocating to Northern Virginia. Her dissertation on the Late Bronze Age Greek Mycenaean culture used an artifact distribution analysis to test regional economic models derived from textual sources and to evaluate the political relationship between a regional center and a hinterland community. She has conducted fieldwork in the United States (Indiana), Greece, Italy, and Albania and currently researches the Etruscan site of San Giuliano near Barbarano Romano, Italy.
Davide Zori, Colleen Zori, Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati, Jamie Aprile, Lori Baker, James Fulton, Anna Gibbs, and Angela Cassotta. Forthcoming. An Early Etruscan Toddler's Grave in the Transitional Trench Tomb Cemetery of San Simone, San Giuliano (VT): Wealth, Status, and the Hopes of a Family. Etruscan and Italic Studies.
BA- Indiana University, 2001, Anthropology and Classical Civilization
MA- UCLA, 2005, Archaeology
PhD- UCLA, 2010, Archaeology