Nicole A. Rose

Ph.D. in Anthropology, The Graduate Center CUNY

Nicole Rose is an archaeologist who has conducted research on the southern Russian steppe and Black Sea Turkey. She has taught various undergraduate archaeology courses at City College, Hunter College, and Queens College.

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Research interests: Eurasia, the Near East, Bronze and Iron Age, mobility, ceramic composition and technology, communities of practice, ancient globalization 
Courses Taught: Introduction to Archaeology, Archaeology of the Near East, Archaeology of Eurasia, Historical Archaeology


Ph.D., Anthropology, The Graduate Center CUNY, 2021
M.Phil., Anthropology, The Graduate Center CUNY, 2016
B.A., Anthropology & Sociology, Washington & Lee University, 2011


2021  Rose, N.A., and A.A. Bauer, “A field study of ceramics bearing pan-Black Sea decorative motifs from Sinop, Turkey, using pXRF.” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 40(A).

2021   Doonan, O., A. Goldman, A. Bauer, U. Krotscheck, P. Maranzana, J. Rempel, N. A. Rose, E. S. Sherratt, and E. Sökmen, H. Vural. Sinop Kalesi. Archaeological Excavations: The 2017 and 2019 Field Seasons. In The Archaeology of Anatolia, Volume 4: Recent Discoveries (2018-2020), ed. S. Steadman and G. McMahon. (Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle).

2021   Shishlina, N.I., N.V. Leonova, A.A. Kazarntisky, J. van der Plicht, N.A. Rose. Yamnaya Culture Burials of the Peschany IV Burial Ground from the Rostov Region: Funerary Rite and Chronology. In Archaeological Issues of the Volga Region, Vol. 9, ed. M.A. Turetsky (Slovo, Samara) [in Russian]