I am a graduate student studying classical archaeology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. I study ancient Greek households and communities using computational and quantitative analysis techniques from statistics and complex systems, as well as traditional archaeological modes of analysis such as ceramic use-wear analysis and small finds study. Many of my questions focus on the interrelationship between the dynamics of urbanism, the choices of households, the inferential problems studying these processes, and their impact on models of urbanism that affect the modern world.
More details on research projects can be found above, as can source data for some projects. Feel free to contact me at ahfc (at) umich (dot) edu with code/data/collaboration requests or with any questions.