Jeffrey Banks

Jeffrey Banks

Graduate Assistant

Professional Summary

Jeff Banks is a PhD Candidate in Aegean Bronze Age archaeology, focusing on ceramics on the Bronze Age Greek Mainland. His dissertation is on the Early Helladic period at Corinth. Jeff has recently worked on UC projects at the Palce of Nestor and at Knossos and supervised excavations for the Mazi Archaeological Project.  In the past he has worked at the Athenian Agora Excavation, at Mytilene, and on underwater archaeological suvey and excavation projects on Minorca. In 2016–2017, Jeff was a member of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens as the Emily Townsend Vermeule Fellow and is currently (2018–2019) the Henry S. Robinson Corinth Research Fellow.

Presentations

Invited Presentations

(04-07-2015. )Cincinnati Archaeology in Greece and the Aegean Prehistoric Artifacts .Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Cincinnati. UC. .Level:University

Event Organized

Reproduction and Repurposing in Antiquity: The Canadian Institute in Greece's 2015 Biennial Graduate Student Conference

Reproduction and Repurposing in Antiquity: The Canadian Institute in Greece's 2015 Biennial Graduate Student Conference Conference 02-06-2015 02-07-2015 University of Windsor Level:International

Positions and Work Experience

08-2012 -05-2013 Adjunct Professor/Part-time Faculty, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

10-2010 -To Present Treasurer, The Canadian Institute in Greece, Canada

Professional Affiliation

2009 -To Present: Archaeological Institute of America,

2010 -To Present: American Philological Association,

2012: Summer Session II Member, American School of Classical Studies at Athens,

2011 -To Present: Association of Ancient Historians,