Metin I. Eren
New Employment Starting 1 August 2014:
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, U.S.A.
Current Positions: Department of Anthropology, University of Kent, Canterbury, U.K.
Research Associate, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
from the famous (and difficult!) Naibor Soit quartz, the source hill of which
can be seen in the background. June 2013. Right (click on the photo for a larger view): Some recent projectile-points I've knapped in 2014. The Dovetail Point (second from right on bottom) is on Japanese Obsidian, and the red Side-Notched Point is on glass from New Mexico. The rest are on English flint.
A few upcoming events at which I'll be presenting research:
April 23-27, Society for American Archaeology Conference, Austin, Texas
ORGANIZED SYMPOSIUM: "Levallois Technology: Origins and Significance"
Chaired by Stephen J. Lycett & Metin I. Eren
Participants: Nick Blegen, David Braun, Alison Brooks, Michael Chazan, Katja Douze, Metin Eren, Stephen Lycett, Anthony Marks, Marie-helene Moncel, Gilliane Monnier, Richard Potts, Kathryn Ranhorn, Jeffrey Rose, Yonatan Sahle, Judith Sealy, Gonen Sharon, John Shea, Christian Tryon, Philip Van Peer, Thomas Wynn, John Yellen