The British School at Athens, The Marc and Ismene Fitch Laboratory for Science-based Archaeology, Director
Evangelia Kiriatzi is an archaeologist (BA, and PhD, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) with training in
archaeological science, and more specifically in ceramic analysis. She has held a number of long- and
short-term posts in institutions mainly in Europe (UCL, University of Cambridge, University of Sheffield) but
also North America (University of Cincinnati) and the Middle East (UCL-Qatar).
Since 2001, Evangelia has been the director of the Fitch Laboratory, of the British School at Athens
(https://www.bsa.ac.uk/about-us/fitch-laboratory/), where she has developed new methodological approaches with increased emphasis on the landscape perspective and the multiscale investigation of technological processes through time to explore mainly human mobility and technological transfer.
She has coordinated and collaborated with numerous interdisciplinary projects, and produced a large number of publications, including monographs and articles in major peer-reviewed journals.
Her research expands from Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean and Anatolia, to Roman Italy, Punic Spain, early Medieval Britain and early Modern Aegean.