481 Spaulding 4
PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology
Lecturer, Department of Anthropology
BA, Archaeology, 2009
Boston University, Boston
MA, Geography-GIS, 2012
University at Buffalo, Buffalo
Heritage theory and practice, heritage tourism, community outreach, sustainability, GIS applications in archaeology, Anatolia
Current Research Project:
Bursa, Turkey, Aktopraklik Hoyuk; directed by Dr. Necmi Karul, Istanbul University
Konya, Turkey, Catalhoyuk West Mound; directed by Dr. Peter F Biehl
Archaeological Institute of America (AIA)
Society for American Archaeology (SAA)
Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA)
Geological Society of America (GSA)
Anthropology Graduate Student Association (Secretary)
Caitlin Curtis. 2012. “Planning for Heritage Preservation in Western Turkey: a GIS Approach to Archaeotourism and Agricultural Policy.” Chronika: Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA) Graduate Student Journal 2: 42-54.
Caitlin Curtis. 2012. “Planning for Archaeotourism in Western Turkey: A GIS Approach to Heritage Preservation.” Talk given at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York City, NY, USA (February 24-28, 2012).
Caitlin Curtis and Margaret N. Sneeringer. 2009. “Technology and Archaeology: Exploring Landscapes in Western Turkey.” Poster presented for the Colloquium of Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Projects; Harvard University; April 2009.
Sarah M. Kandrot, Caitlin Curtis, Stephanie Cudney, Ilya Buynevich, Duncan Fitzgerald, Chris Hein, and Zoe Hughes. 2009. “Massive Overwash at Seal Cove, Maine: Evidence for the Great Colonial Hurricane of 1635.” Poster presented for the Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Regional Geological Society of America; Portland, ME; March 2009.