Project Manager, Cultural Heritage Initiatives, American Schools of Oriental Research
Project Manager for ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives, she is responsible for managing and providing logistical and research support for the Syrian Heritage Initiative. Ms. Cuneo is a doctoral candidate in Archaeology at Boston University who conducts research in Iraq. Her MA in Archaeological Heritage Management from Boston University focused on the protection of heritage during armed conflict. She has conducted archaeological fieldwork in... Read More →
Assistant Conservator, Harvard Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
LeeAnn is currently an objects conservator at the Harvard Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and is also a Consultant for ASOR’s Cultural Heritage Initiatives. She earned her graduate degree from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, and has held fellowships at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Newport Mansions. LeeAnn is the outgoing Chair of AIC’s Archaeological Discussion Group, and is also a... Read More →
Dr. Michael D. Danti, FSA (PHD, University of Pennsylvania 2000) has 25 years experience directing archaeological projects in the Middle East, including excavations and surveys in Syria, Iran, and Iraqi Kurdistan. From 1991–2010, his research focused on the Early Bronze Age site of Tell es-Sweyhat near Raqqa and Aleppo on the Euphrates River.
Project Manager of Geospatial Imaging