Lisa Graham is a ceramicist and archaeologist specialising in the prehistory of the Near East. She obtained her PhD on Bronze Age ceramics of Cyprus from the University of Edinburgh where she currently teaches courses on Bronze Age Civilisations of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Archaeology of Cyprus. Lisa currently lives in Cyprus where she is Co-Director of the Prastio-Mesorotsos Archaeological Expedition and the ceramics consultant for several projects in the Near East. Her current research involves the reconstruction of Neolithic cooking practices. Lisa joined the Palaeodeserts team and has been applying her skills on the excavation of Holocene sites in the Jubbah Oasis.
May 23rd, 2016
The Pleistocene vertebrate record of the Arabian Peninsula i..[more]
May 18th, 2016
The prehistoric environment of northwestern Arabia remains l..[more]