Dr. Jana Mokrišová
PhD (University of Michigan 2017), BA (Trent University 2009)
Teaching Associate in Classical Greek Archaeology
Department of Archaeology
University of Sheffield
10-16 Regent Street
I completed my undergraduate degree at Trent University, Canada, and I earned my doctorate in Classical Art and Archaeology at the University of Michigan. My research investigates the connections between mobility, identity, and intercultural contact in Anatolia and the Aegean from the Late Bronze Age through the Early Iron Age. I have conducted fieldwork in Turkey, Greece, Italy, Bulgaria, and the Republic of Georgia. I was a fellow at the American School of Classical Studies during 2012-2013 and at the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations in Istanbul during 2015-2016.
My research interests include:
• Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages in western Anatolia
Current research projects:
• Kaymakçı Archaeological Project (Turkey): study of earthen architecture
2016. “Minoanisation, Mycenaeanisation, and Mobility: A View from Southwest Anatolia.” In Beyond Thalassocracies. Understanding Processes of Minoanisation and Mycenaeanisation in the Aegean, edited by Gorogianni, E., P. Pavúk, and L. Girella, eds., 43-57. Oxford: Oxbow.