Kaiser Chosen as INSTAP Seager Fellow



Luke Kaiser, Ph.D. student in the Mediterranean Archaeology Concentration, has been named the 2018 Richard Seager Fellow for the Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) Study Center for East Crete for his research on Early Minoan ceramics and the development of complexity in Crete. The competitive fellowship is awarded for work to be done at the Study Center in Pacheia Ammos, Crete; Luke will spend at least four weeks working at the Center. The fellowship is intended for scholars in the field of the Aegean Bronze Age/Early Iron Age who are working to complete their Ph.D. dissertations.