Dr. Roderick B. SALISBURY, B.A., M.A

Email: roderick.salisbury@univie.ac.at

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Akademischer Werdegang

2010
Ph.D., Department of Anthropology, University at Buffalo, State University of New York.
Dissertation: Sediments, Settlements and Space: a Practice Approach to Community Organization in the Late Neolithic of the Great Hungarian Plain.

2010
Certificate in Geographic Information (GI) Science, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, University at Buffalo

2007-2008
IIE Fulbright Fellow, Hungary

2006
Visiting Scholar, Department of Archaeology and Wolfson College, University of Cambridge

2004
M.A., Department of Anthropology, University at Buffalo.
Thesis: Intrasitial Patterns at a Late Woodland Village in Western New York.

1999
B.A. (Suma cum Laude), Department of Anthropology, Buffalo State College.
Thesis: Lithic and Ceramic Cross Mends at the Eaton Site.

Forschungs Schwerpunkte und Interessen

  • Human-environmental interactions, landscape and cultural soilscapes
  • Cultural Ecology and Historical Ecology
  • Social organization and spatial patterning
  • Household archaeology
  • Neolithic, Copper Age and Bronze Age of Central and Southeast Europe
  • Late Archaic and Woodland of eastern North America
  • Geoarchaeology and archaeological soil chemistry
  • Settlement archaeology, spatial analyses and GIS-based activity areas research

Berufliche Werdegang

Jan. 2016 – present   
Researcher, Social Status of Motherhood in Bronze Age Europe, Institute for Oriental and European archaeology (OREA), Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna

Aug. 2015 – present   
Researcher, Val di Pesa and Val Orme as a Changing Rural Landscape (VOPP) project, Department of Classics, University of Vienna

Mar. 2015 – present   
Editor, The European Archaeologist (TEA), European Association of Archaeologists

Oct. 2013 – present
Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Prehistoric and Historical Archaeology, University of Vienna, Austria

Oct. 2012 – Sep. 2014
Marie Curie Experienced Researcher, Airborne Technologies GmbH, Austria

Jan. – June 2012
Lecturer, Department of Archaeology, University of Nottingham, UK

Mar. – Aug. 2012
Research Associate/Project Manager, Tracing Networks, School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester, UK

Oct. 2010 - Feb. 2012
Honorary Visiting Fellow, School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester

Jun. 1999 - Aug. 2004   
Staff Archaeologist, Archaeological Survey, University at Buffalo, NY

Lehrtätigkeit

2013 – present
Contribution to 060063 VO Naturwissenschaftliche Methoden (Archäometrie), University of Vienna, lectures on Archaeological Geochemistry

2013
Lecturer and Workshop Organizer, IC ArchPro Workshop 4. "Geoarchaeology 1. The basics", University of Vienna Initiative College for Archaeological Prospection (organizer, lectures Introduction to Geoarchaeology, Site Formation Processes, Geochemistry, and Soil Chemistry for Prospection, practicum and excursion to Hornsburg KGA excavation, assessment)

2012
AA1017 UG The Anthropology of Human Ecology, University of Nottingham (module convener, lectures, assessment and grading)
V64027 PG Anthropology for Archaeologists, University of Nottingham (module convener, lectures, assessment and grading)

2011 – 2012
A3067 Later European Prehistory: perspectives on the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages, University of Leicester (including lectures on the Neolithic transition, Neolithic households, Neolithic burials and ritual, seminars, excursion to the British Museum, assessment)

2009 – 2010
Associate Tutor for Distance Learning Module AR3550 Households and Families in the Past, University of Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History

Publikationen

(ab 2007; Publikationstätigkeit auf ORCID und Academia.edu)

 

Monographien

Soilscapes in Archaeology: Settlement and Social Organization in the Neolithic of the Great Hungarian Plain. Budapest: Archaeolingua, in press

 

Aufsätze und Beiträge

Bede, A., R.B. Salisbury, A.I. Csathó, P. Czukor, D.G. Páll, G. Szilágyi, P. Sümegi, 2015, Report on the complex geoarchaeologial survey at the Ecse-halom kurgan in Hortobágy, Hungary, Central European Geology 58(3): 268-289.

Gyucha, A., R.W. Yerkes, W.A. Parkinson, N. Papadopoulos, A. Sarris, P.R. Duffy, and R.B. Salisbury, 2015.

Settlement Nucleation in the Neolithic: A Preliminary Report of the Körös Regional Archaeological Project’s Investigations at Szeghalom-Kovácshalom and Vésztő-Mágor. In: Neolithic and Copper Age between the Carpathians and the Aegean Sea. Chronologies and Technologies from the 6th to the 4th Millennium BCE, edited by Svend Hansen, Pál Raczky, Alexandra Anders, and Agathe Reingruber. Archäologie in Eurasien 31. Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt, Bonn, pp. 129-142.

Duffy, P.R., G. Parditka, J.I. Giblin, L. Paja and R.B. Salisbury. 2014, Discovering Mortuary Practices in the Körös River Basin, Hungary. Hungarian Archaeology E-journal, Autumn 2014 (text in English and Hungarian).

Salisbury, R.B. and G. Bácsmegi, 2013, Resilience in the Neolithic: how people may have mitigated environmental change in prehistory. Anthropologie: International Journal of the Science of Man 51(2): 143-155.

Salisbury, R.B. 2013. Integrating archaeo-geochemical methods for intra-site archaeological prospection. In Archaeological Prospection: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection, W. Neuabauer, I. Trinks, R.B. Salisbury and C. Einwögerer (eds), pp 92-94. Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna.

Pauknerová, K., R.B. Salisbury and M. Baumanová, 2013, Human-landscape interaction in prehistoric Central Europe: analysis of natural and built environments. Anthropologie: International Journal of the Science of Man 51(2): 131-142.

Salisbury, R.B., G. Bácsmegi and P. Sümegi, 2013, Preliminary environmental historical results to reconstruct prehistoric human-environmental interactions in Eastern Hungary. Central European Journal of Geosciences 5(3): 331-343. DOI: 10.2478/s13533-012-0133-8

Salisbury, R.B., G. Bertók and G. Bácsmegi, 2013, Integrated Prospection Methods to Define Small-site Settlement Structure: a Case Study from Neolithic Hungary, Archaeological Prospection 20(1): 1-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/arp.1442 

Salisbury, R.B. 2013, "Interpolating Geochemical Patterning of Activity Zones at Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age Settlements in Eastern Hungary", Journal of Archaeological Science 40: 926-934.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2012.10.009

Salisbury, R.B. 2012, "Soilscapes and settlements: remote mapping of activity areas in unexcavated prehistoric farmsteads", Antiquity 86(331): 178-190.

Salisbury, R.B. 2012, "Engaging with Soil Materiality, Past and Present", Journal of Material Culture 17(1):23-41.

Salisbury, R.B. 2012, "Place and Identity: Networks of Neolithic Communities in Central Europe", Documenta Praehistorica 39: 203-214.

Parkinson, W.A., R.W. Yerkes, A. Gyucha, M.R. Morris, A. Sarris and R.B. Salisbury. 2010. Early Copper Age Settlements in the Körös Region of the Great Hungarian Plain. Journal of Field Archaeology 35(2):164-183. http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/009346910X12707321520675

Salisbury, R. B. 2010. Rejection of Urban Sedentism: Settlement Transitions in Southeast Hungarian Prehistory. In Fulbright Student Conference Papers, AY 2007-2008, pp. 13-29. Hungarian - American Commission for Educational Exchange, Budapest.

Salisbury, R.B. 2009. Reimagining Regional Analysis in Archaeology. In Reimagining Regional Analyses – the Archaeology of Spatial and Social Dynamics, T.L. Thurston and R.B. Salisbury (eds.), pp. 2-15. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.

Salisbury, R.B. and M.R. Morris, 2009. Social and Settlement Dynamics in the Hungarian Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age – A Regional Inquiry. In Reimagining Regional Analyses – the Archaeology of Spatial and Social Dynamics, T.L. Thurston and R.B. Salisbury (eds.), pp. 130-163. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.

Salisbury, R. B. 2008, Az Alföld késő neolitikus és kora rézkori településszerkezetének vizsgálatai fúrásadatok elemzésével: A Neolithic Archaeological Settlements of the Berettyó-Körös Project (NASBeK) előzetes eredményei (Investigating Settlement Structure through Soil Chemistry on Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age sites in the Körös-Berettyó Region. The NASBeK Project). In Régészeti ökológiai és településtörténeti kutatások a Körös-vidéken, edited by G. Bóka and E. Martyin, pp. 41-64. Gulai Katalógusok 13, Gyula.

Salisbury, R.B. 2007. Identifying the construction of social and ritual landscapes in northeastern North America. In Space – Archaeology’s Final Frontier? An Intercontinental Approach. R.B. Salisbury and D. Keeler (eds.), pp. 192-223, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle.

Salisbury, R.B. 2007. Examining Archaeology’s Spatial Fabric. In Space – Archaeology’s Final Frontier? An Intercontinental Approach. R.B. Salisbury and D. Keeler (eds.), pp. 1-18, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle.

Salisbury, R.B. and D. Keeler, 2007. Conclusion: The Future Development of Archaeological Spatial Analysis. In Space – Archaeology’s Final Frontier? An Intercontinental Approach. R.B. Salisbury and D. Keeler (eds.), pp. 290-301, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle.

 

Herausgeberschaften

Neubauer, W., I. Trinks, R.B. Salisbury and C. Einwögerer. Archaeological Prospection: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection. Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna (2013).

Thurston, T.L. and R.B. Salisbury (eds.). Reimagining Regional Analyses – the Archaeology of Spatial and Social Dynamics. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2009).

Salisbury, R.B. and D.M. Keeler (eds.). Space – Archaeology’s Final Frontier? An Intercontinental Approach. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press (2007).

 

Rezensionen

A. Anders, G. Kulcsár, V. Kiss, G. Kalla and G. Szabó (eds), Moments in time. Papers presented to Pál Raczky on his 60th birthday. Prehistoric Studies 1. (Budapest: L'Harmattan Kiadó, 2013). In European Journal of Archaeology 17: 549-553 (2014).

Arne Wossink, Challenging Climate Change: Competition and Cooperation among Pastoralists and Agriculturalists in Northern Mesopotamia (c. 3000–1600 BC) (Leiden: Sidestone Press, 2009, 183 pp., 34 figs., 17 tables, pbk, ISBN 978-90-8890-031-0. European Journal of Archaeology, 14(1-2): 316-319 (2011).

Lisa C. Nevett, Domestic Space in Classical Antiquity. (Key Themes in Ancient History. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Pp. xii, 178.  ISBN 9780521789455). Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2011.06.35 (2011).4