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            University of Rethymnon, October, 1994.


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            of Classical Studies at Athens, July 10–13, 2000.


———. 2001. “Gournia–A Regional Commerical Center,” paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Archaeological 


            Symposium, Brock University, St. Catharines, Canada, March, 2001.


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            Archaeology Working Group, Cambridge, England, May 4, 2001.


———. 2001. “The Organization of Craft Production at the Site of Gournia and its Implications for Aegean Society,” paper 


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            2006.


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            Januar3–6, 2007.


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            the INSTAP Study Center for East Crete, Pacheia Ammos, Greece, June 2008.


———. 2010. “The CoastaTown at GourniaFortification Walls and Towers, Street, Dam and Agricultural Terraces, 


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            9, 2010.


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———. 2013. "The Excavations at Gournia 2010-2012," paper presented for Minoan Seminar, Pacheia Ammos, Crete, 

            June 27, 2013.


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            Lawrence, Kansas, October 28, 2014.


———. 2015. "A 4000 Year Old Pottery Workshop on Crete: Making Pottery Then, Thinking Pottery Today," paper 


            presented at the Center for Global and International Studies 'Food for Thought', The University of Kansas,  


            Lawrence, Kansas, March 4, 2015.


———. 2015. "A 4000 Year Old Pottery Workshop on Crete: Making Pottery Then, Thinking Pottery Today," paper 

            presented at the 10th Annual Rehak Symposium on Ancient Art, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 


            March 24, 2015.


———. 2015. "A 4000 Year Old Pottery Workshop on Crete: Making Pottery Then, Thinking Pottery Today," paper 


            presented at The University of Kansas "Mini College", Lawrence, Kansas, June 1, 2015.


———. 2015. "The Pyrgos and Gournia Roundels Inscribed in Linear A: Suffices, Prefixes, and a Journey to Syme," in The 


            Great Islands. Studies of Crete and Cyprus Presented to Gerald Cadogan, C.F. Macdonald, E. Hatzaki, and S. 


            Andreou, eds., Athens, pp. 67-70.


———. 2015. "Seals and Documents from the Recent Excavations at Gournia, Crete," paper presented at the 


           Archaeological Institute of America 116th Annual Meeting, January 8-11, 2015.


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