Naomi F. Miller

Consulting Scholar, Near East Section
University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

Available Now! September 2011 Sustainable Lifeways. Cultural Persistence in an Ever-changing Environment, edited by Naomi F. Miller, Katherine M. Moore, and Kathleen Ryan

Read the review in Ethnobiology Letters: "Indeed, with the atmospheric CO2 threshold surpassing 400 ppm, the archaeological and anthropological perspective on human responses to environmental unpredictability and the resultant food scarcity, expertly presented in this volume, has never been more relevant. This is archaeology at its policy-decision-informing best." Penn Museum International Research Conferences, vol. 3, published by University of Pennsylvania Museum.

New Paintings!

(including a list of my publications)

art (watercolors)

(mainly archaeobotanical reports of Near Eastern sites)


For anyone interested in the night sky, check out this short video: Hidden Costs Series: Light Pollution.

Archaeobotany Methodology Survey

In the autumn, 2009, I organized a questionnaire about how archaeobotanists deal with a variety of practical issues concerning the analysis of macroremains. It was intended to inform discussion at a forum organized by Christine Hastorf, "Quantification and Presentation: Effective Means of Presenting Plant Evidence in Archaeology" (Friday, April 16, 2010, the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology). For a summary of results, click on Archaeobotany Methodology Survey.

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