A. Bernard Knapp is Emeritus Professor of Mediterranean Archaeology, Department of Archaeology, Glasgow University, now affiliated with the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute in Nicosia, Cyprus. His focal area of research is the prehistoric eastern Mediterranean, in particular Cyprus, with specific interests in island archaeology, social identity and gender, and archaeologies of landscape. His most recent books are Prehistoric and Protohistoric Cyprus: Identity, Insularity and Connectivity (Oxford Oxford University Press, 2008), The Archaeology of Cyprus: From Earliest Prehistory through the Bronze Age (Cambridge University Press, 2013), and co-edited with Peter van Dommelen, The Cambridge Prehistory of the Bronze-Iron Age Mediterranean (Cambridge University Press, 2014).
John F. Cherry is Professor of Archaeology, Classics and Anthropology in the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World at Brown University. Research and teaching interests include Aegean prehistory, state formation, island archaeology, lithics, and archaeological ethics. His most recent book is Prehistorians Round the Pond: Reflections on Aegean Prehistory as a Discipline (Ann Arbor, 2005), co-edited with Despina Margomenou and Lauren Talalay.
Peter van Dommelen is Joukowsky Family Professor in Archaeology and Professor of Anthropology at Brown University. His research focuses on the western Mediterranean and the Phoenician-Punic world, with a particular interest in colonialism and culture contact as well as rural life and landscape, both past and present. He is actively involved in fieldwork and ceramic studies in Sardinia and Mediterranean Spain and his most recent books are, with Carlos Gómez Bellard, Rural Landscapes of the Punic World, Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 11 (London: Equinox, 2008) and, co-edited with A. Bernard Knapp, Material Connections in the Ancient Mediterranean (London: Routledge, 2010).
- Graeme Barker, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
- Emma Blake, University of Arizona, United States
- Miguel Ángel Cau Ontiveros, Spain
- Hamish Forbes, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
- Michael L. Galaty, University of Michigan, United States
- Jennifer Gates-Foster, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States
- Michael Given, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
- Raphael Greenberg, Tel Aviv University, Israel
- Catherine Kearns, University of Chicago, United States
- Morag M. Kersel, DePaul University, United States
- Sturt W. Manning, Cornell University, United States
- James D. Muhly, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Greece
- Sarah Murray, University of Toronto, Canada
- James Osborne, University of Chicago, United States
- Robin Osborne, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
- John Robb, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
- Felipe Rojas, Brown University, United States
- Kevin Walsh, University of York, United Kingdom