Dr. Julig

Dr. Patrick Julig

Adjunct

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Office Hours: 
Mon-Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Academic Qualifications: 
  • 1988 PhD (Archaeology), University of Toronto 
  • 1982 MA (Geography), York University
  • 1980 BA (Human Physiology), Minnesota of University
Research Interests: 
  • Great Lakes World World Heritage Project, with Frank Mallory and Taizo Miaki (funded by SSHRC and other sources)
  • INAA Analysis and Sourcing Studies of Cherts for Laurel Culture to Study Prehistoric Exchange in Upper Great Lakes regions (three-year project funded by SSHRC from 1996-1999, with D. Long and R.G.V. Hancock)
  • Jerf al-Ajla Research Project, Palmyra, Syria. With D.G.F. Long and H.B. Schroeder, University of Toronto (1996-present)
  • SSHRC grant "Sourcing studies of the Lithics of the Laurel Culture to Investigate Prehistoric Exchange and Interaction Patterns" (three-year grant 1996-99; $72,000)
  • "Re-investigations at Sheguiandah Site, Manitoulin Island", ongoing research, monograph completion, funded by INORD, Laurentian University
  • "Geoarchaeology of the Mendes Site, Tel El Ruba, Northeastern Nile Delta, Egypt" with L. Pavlish and D.B. Redford, Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of Toronto (1994, 1995)
  • "Canadian Expedition at Jerf-al-Ajla cave, Palmyra, Syria", Palaeolithic Archaeology and Geochronology with H. B. Schroeder (1996)