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Glenn M. Schwartz

SchwartzGlennGLENN M. SCHWARTZ, the first Whiting Professor of Archaeology, is the leader of the team of Hopkins archaeologists that discovered, in the summer of 2000, an untouched elite tomb in what is thought to be the ruins of the ancient city of Tuba in Syria, one of the earliest urban civilizations in the world. Dr. Schwartz joined the Hopkins Department of Near Eastern Studies in 1986. His teaching and research interests include Near Eastern social and political history, archaeological method and theory, and the development, collapse, and regeneration of early complex societies. The author or co-author of five books and over 65 articles, in 2006 the University of Arizona Press published¬†After Collapse: The Regeneration of Complex Societies,¬†edited by Dr. Schwartz and John J. Nichols, A&S ’04 (PhD).