|Institution:||Hebrew University of Jerusalem|
|Role at DRH:||Expert|
BiographyI am an Irish archaeologist working and studying in Israel. My wife Dana and I had our first child in February. My PhD is on how behavioral ecology and statistics-based ethnographic analogy might help us develop models for religious beliefs and practices during prehistory. Aside from this research, I am currently publishing reports on digs I've directed in Israel, through the Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology (http://ngsba.org/en/). I am also involved in other cultural resource management and research-led excavations in Israel and beyond.
- Archaeology Of Religion
- Economics Of Religion
- Behavioral Ecology