Alice Margaret Crowe
Alice Crowe is a PhD candidate specializing in Aegean Prehistory. Her dissertation, “Beyond the Walls of the Labyrinth: A Site-wide Perspective on Final Palatial and Postpalatial Knossos,” is a study of the Knossos settlement during its “Mycenaean” phase (LM II-III) that draws upon a multiplicity of datasets—including excavated and surface material—to examine developments in both the elite core and outlying areas of the site.
She has conducted fieldwork in Greece (Crete and the Mainland), Turkey, Albania, and Cyprus. She received her B.A. in Archaeology and Classical Civilization from Boston University, and completed her M.A. at the University of Cincinnati with a thesis entitled “The Minoan Past in the Past: Bronze Age Objects in Early Iron Age Burials at Knossos, Crete.”
Alice is currently the Archaeological Institute of America Harriet and Leon Pomerance Fellow, and her research has been supported by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (Emily Townsend Vermeule Regular Year Member Fellow (AY 18-19), Gorham Phillips Stevens Associate Member Fellow (AY 19-20)) and the University of Cincinnati University Research Council.
Crowe, A. 2019. "Old Things, New Contexts: Bronze Age Objects in Early Iron Age Burials at Knossos." In MNEME. Past and Memory in the Aegean Bronze Age (Aegeaum 43), edited by E. Borgna, I. Caloi, F. M. Carinci, and R. Laffineur.
Alice Crowe (01-07-2017. ) The Minoan Past in the Past: Bronze Age Objects in Early Iron Age Burials at Knossos, Crete .Toronto. Conference.
Alice Crowe (04-2018. ) Old Things, New Contexts: Bronze Age Objects in Early Iron Age Burials at Knossos .Venice. Conference.
Alice Crowe (02-2020. ) Household Ceramic Consumption at the Dawn of the ‘Mycenaean’ Aegean: Evidence from the Minoan Unexplored Mansion, Knossos” .École française d'Athènes.