Project Team
Eleni Hasaki
Eleni Hasaki

Eleni Hasaki is an Associate Professor in the School of Anthropology and the Department of Religious Studies and Classics. She is the Director of the WebAtlas of Ceramic Kilns in Ancient Greece ( and the co-director of the Laboratory of Traditional Technology at the School of Anthropology ( For any inquiries, corrections or additions to the WebAtlas please email her at

Konstantinos T. Raptis

Dr. Konstantinos T. Raptis is an expert on Late Antique and Byzantine ceramic workshops. He is an Archaeologist-Byzantinist at the Ephorate of Antiquities in Thessaloniki. He has been a visiting research scholar on Byzantine Architecture and Technology at the Universtity of Illinois at Urbana-Champain (UIUC, 2001), and an academic fellow and visiting lecturer of Byzantine Archaeology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (NKUA, 2018-2019).



Lauren Alberti

Lauren Alberti has received her M.A. in Classical Archaeology and a GIS graduate certificate at the University of Arizona.  She is currently pursuing an M.A. in Comparative Literatures and Cultural Studies with a Classical Languages concentration at the University of New Mexico where she studies the sociopolitical implications of symposia in ancient Greece. She has been instrumental in developing the GIS platform of the WebAtlas.

Gary C
Gary Christopherson

Dr. Gary Christopherson is an Associate Professor of Practice at the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona. He is the Director of the Center for Applied Spatial Analysis (CASA). He provides his GIS expertise to the WebAtlas project.

Tawny Lochner
Tawny Lochner

Tanwy Lochner (MSc) is a GIS technical analyst at the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona. She manages the technical interface of  the WebAtlas.

Stephanie Martin
Stephanie Martin

Stephanie Martin has earned her MA in Anthropology and a GIS graduate certificate at the University of Arizona. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Anthropology working on the spatiality and materiality of migration experiences in Eastern Mediterranean. She provides GIS technical support and visual documentation of individual records.

Ioannis Pappas

Ioannis Pappas is an expert on Bronze Age ceramic workshops in Greece and Eastern Mediterranean. He is an archaeologist at the Ephorate of Piraeus and Islands. He has received his MA at the University of Crete and is also a PhD candidate at the University of Crete, Greece.