Dr Craig N. Cipolla
Lecturer in Historical Archaeology
BA (UMass Boston), MA (UMass Boston), Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Tel. No. +44 (0)116 2522640
Craig is an anthropologically trained historical archaeologist. He earned a BA in anthropology and an MA in historical archaeology at the University of Massachusetts Boston before completing his PhD in the Anthropology Department at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the School of Archaeology & Ancient History at the University of Leicester, Craig served as an adjunct instructor at the University of Massachusetts Boston and the University of Connecticut, and as a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology at Lafayette College. Craig is a Marie Curie Research Fellow and he directs the School of Archaeology & Ancient History’s Centre for Historical Archaeology and MA programme in Historical Archaeology.
- Research Interests
- PhD Topics Suitable for Supervision: historical archaeology (post 1500), colonial North America, comparative colonialism, cemetery studies, social archaeology
2013 - Becoming Brothertown: Native American Ethnogenesis and Endurance in the Modern World. University of Arizona Press.
2013 - Native American Historical Archaeology and the Trope of Authenticity. Historical Archaeology 47(3):12-22.
2013 - Resituating Homeland: Motion, Movement, and Ethnogenesis at Brothertown, in Mary C. Beaudry and Travis G. Parno (eds.), Archaeologies of Mobility and Movement, Springer Press, pp. 117-132.
2012 - Textual Artifacts, Artifactual Texts: An Historical Archaeology of Brothertown Writing. Historical Archaeology 46(2):91-109.
2012 - Peopling the Place, Placing the People: An Archaeology of Brothertown Discourse. Ethnohistory 59(1): 51-78.
2011 - Commemoration, Community, and Colonial Politics at Brothertown. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 36(2):145-172.
2008 - Signs of Identity, Signs of Memory. Archaeological Dialogues 15(2):196-215.
2008 - (co-authored with Robert W. Preucel) Indigenous and Postcolonial Archaeologies, in Matthew Liebmann and Uzma Z. Rizvi, (eds), Archaeology and the Postcolonial Critique, Altamira Press, pp. 129-140.