Stephen Phillips Professor of Archaeology and Ethnology; Director of Graduate Studies, Archaeology, Harvard University, Cambridge, U.S.A.
The urban process and exchange networks; physicochemical analysis of archaeological remains; Middle East, Russia.
Following his decade-long excavations at Tepe Yahya in southeastern Iran, Professor Lamberg-Karlovsky has been engaged in collaborative excavations in the USSR (now Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and the Altai Mountains of southern Siberia). In the summer of 1999, he launched what is anticipated as a long-term. excavation of the site of Panj Piye in Balochistan, Pakistan. This site is a major urban Bronze Age settlement. Over the years Professor Lamberg-Karlovsky has been interested in the cultural interaction and trade patterns that bought distant centers into contact: Mesopotamia, the Gulf, Central Asia, and the Indus Civilization.
Lamberg-Karlovsky, C. C., 1999. Households, Land Tenure and Communications Systems in the 6th to 4th Millennia of Greater Mesopotamia. In Urbanization and Land Ownership, edited by Michael Hudson and Baruch A. Levine. Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Lamberg-Karlovsky, C. C., 1997. Colonialism, Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Archaeology. The Review of Archaeology 18(2).
Lamberg-Karlovsky, C. C., 1996. Beyond the Tigris and Euphrates: Bronze Age Civilizations. Ben Gurion University Press, Beersheva.