Postdoctoral Fellow


Jamieson C. Donati holds a PhD in Art History (2010) at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. His research interests comprise the urban and rural landscapes of the ancient Mediterranean and the use of remote sensing and GIS applications to study the past. He has participated in dozens of archaeological fieldwork projects (excavations, field surveys, and remote sensing) at places such as Olynthus, Pella, Corinth, Sikyon, Pompeii, Samothrace, Aphrodisias, and Amorium. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Democritus University of Thrace and the Laboratory of Geophysical, Satellite Remote Sensing and Archaeo-environment, Institute for Mediterranean Studies.

For BONDS, he will be responsible for the integration and analysis of all archaeological data, both legacy and new material, within a GIS environment. The landscape context around the Neolithic settlements will be assessed with remote sensing using historical aerial photographs and digital elevation models, while, within the settlements, a detailed GIS spatial analysis of architectural features, activity areas, and small finds will be implemented.