Kostas Chalikias

Adjunct Professor, Visual and Performing Arts

By Appointment

About Me

Areas Of Focus

Cretan archaeology, Island archaeology, cultural landscapes, cultural heritage preservation, documenting heritage with UAV's, post-depositional processes in archaeology


Author 2013

Living on the Margin: Chryssi Island and the Settlement Patterns of the Ierapetra Area

Book, BAR International Series 2549, Oxford

Co-Editor 2016

“The Future of the Past-From Amphipolis to Mosul, New Approaches to Cultural Heritage Preservation in the Eastern Mediterranean” Proceedings of the conference held at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, April 10-11 2015

E-publication, Heritage, Conservation & Archaeology Series (AIA Site Preservation Program)

Co-Authored with M. Beeler, A. Pearce, and S. Renette

Co-Author 2015

Endangered Cretan Landscapes: “Using Digital Applications and Geospatial Information for the Recording and Monitoring of Recent Landscape Transformation in Southeast Crete,” in Papadopoulos et al. Proceedings of the 1st CAA- GR conference

Article, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Rethymno, pp.229-236

Co-Authored with G. Cantoro

Author 2015

Chryssi Island: “New Evidence on the Bronze Age Settlement Patterns of the Ierapetra Area,” in S. Cappel, U. Günkel-Maschek, and D. Panagiotopoulos, eds., Minoan Archaeology, Perspectives for the 21st Century

Article, Louvain University Press (AEGIS 8), pp. 37–51.

Author 2013

“Searching for the missing palace: Protopalatial and Neopalatial settlement dynamics in the Southern Ierapetra Isthmus, The recent evidence,”

Article, Aegean Archaeology 10, pp. 33–46.

Author 2013

“The Final Neolithic/Early Minoan I Settlement Patterns in the Southern Part of the Isthmus of Ierapetra,” in P.P. Betancourt et al., Aphrodite’s Kephali

Contribution to book, Prehistory Monographs 41, INSTAP Academic Press, pp. 41–50.

Research Summary

I am a classical archaeologist with research interests in the island archaeology of the Aegean world; the archaeology of peripherality; the documentation of the modern transformation of archaeological, historical and cultural environments; and the effect of recent agricultural practices on ancient cultural landscapes.