Catharine Judson completed her PhD in Classical Archaeology in 2018 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with a dissertation titled “Protogeometric and Geometric Crete.” Her research centers on settlement and polis development over the course of the Early Iron Age and Archaic period on Crete, with a growing focus on ceramic analysis and mortuary archaeology. She started participating in archaeological fieldwork projects in Greece in 2009, and has worked on Crete at the sites of Azoria and Anavlochos since 2012. Her current primary research project is the study of the pottery from the recently excavated cemetery at Anavlochos.
Gaignerot-Driessen, F., C. Judson, O. VanWalleghem, O. Mouthuy, R. Machavoine et P. Baulain. Forthcoming. “Fouilles de l’Anavlochos I.” BCH 142.
Gaignerot-Driessen, F., C. Judson, and V. Vlachou. Forthcoming. “Prospection de l’Anavlochos II.” BCH 141.2.
Review of Vavouranakis, Giorgos, K. Kopanias and Chrysanthos Kanellopoulos (eds). Popular religion and ritual in prehistoric and ancient Greece and the eastern Mediterranean. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2018. In BMCR (2019.08.05).