Jacques Morin

Jacques Morin joined the Bilkent Faculty in 1995 after receiving his Ph.D. from the Classics Department of McGill University in 1991. His areas of expertise include Greek and Roman art and archaeology, the Classical archaeology of the Black Sea area, Aegean prehistory, and archaeological method and theory. He compiled the map of Central Greece for the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World (Princeton, 2000). He has worked on excavations and surveys in Boeotia (Greece). In the 1990s his research centered on the acculturation of local populations in South Georgia, where he co-directed excavations at Ats'quri, with Vakhtang Licheli, then at the Centre for Archaeological Studies, Tbilisi. He was a principal organizer for the Second International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities, held at Bilkent in September 2001. He also took part in the organization of the Symposium on Sacred Landscapes in Anatolia and Neighboring Regions, held at Bilkent in November 2007. Since 2009, he has taken part in the excavations at Hacımusalar Höyük, near Elmalı, directed by Prof. İlknur Özgen of the Department.

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Research Interests

Greek and Roman art and archaeology, Black Sea archaeology, Aegean prehistory, Archaeological method and theory



Office Location

H Building 143


+90 312 290 1806

Full Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Bilkent University Main Campus
FHL Building Room H-149
06800 Bilkent -- Ankara, TURKEY
PHONE: +90-312-290-1934
FAX: +90-312-290-1075
EMAIL: tezgorbilkent.edu.tr