CIAMS recognizes 2017 graduates

Congratulations to CIAMS PhD, MA, and undergraduate students who graduated in 2017!

CIAMS-affiliated PhD students

Perri Gerard-Little completed her PhD in Anthropology. Her dissertation is entitled “‘A pleasure garden in the desert, to which I know no comparison in this country’: Seneca Iroquois Landscape Stewardship in the 17th and 18th Centuries.”


CIAMS MA Students

Yuan Fang completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “The Favorite Animal: The Horse as Mingqi in Han Tombs.”



Jessica Plant completed her MA degree with CIAMS and is continuing her journey with Cornell and CIAMS as a History of Art PhD student. Her thesis is entitled “Asia Minor Ampullae: A Class of Their Own?”



Juliana van Roggen completed her MA degree with CIAMS. Her thesis is entitled “Urban Planning and Cultural Identity in Pompeii: from the Alstadt to Vitruvius.”



Archaeology Majors

Our graduating seniors from the Archaeology major are Elizabeth Martinson and Alessandra Rigamonti.

Archaeology Minors

Graduating seniors who completed a minor in Archaeology are Adefolakanmi Adenugba, Alexandra Hegerle, Eleanor Reppy, and Rabin Willford.

We at CIAMS are very proud of our recent graduates and wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors!