Kathryn Grossman

Temporary Assistant Professor

Bradley Hall 336F

Ph.D., Near Eastern Archaeology, University of Chicago
M.A., Near Eastern Archaeology, University of Chicago
B.A., Archaeology, Tufts University


HIS 334: Introduction to Archaeology

HIS 104: Middle East Since Mohammed

CIV 101: Western Civilization to 1600


Reichel, C., T. Paulette, and K. Grossman (2012) Early Bronze Age Hamoukar – “Akkadian” -- and Beyond? In H. Weiss (ed.), Seven Generations Since the Fall of Akkad: Settlement and Population Dynamics of the Khabur Plains ca. 2200-1900 BC. Studia Chaburensia 3. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 279-299.


Grossman, K.  (2008) Study of the Paleozoological Collection (p.126-7). In R. Dornemann, Tell Qarqur Excavations (1999–2008). Studia Orontica 1:21–152.


Grossman, K. and M. Hinman (Forthcoming, 2014) Rethinking Halaf and Ubaid Animal Economies: Hunting and Herding at Tell Zeidan, Syria, Paléorient 39(2).


Grossman, K. (Forthcoming, 2014) Chapter 4: Ninevite 5 Pottery. In M. Lebeau (ed.), Topics of Interregional Significance: Vol. 2: Ceramics. Associated Regional Chronologies of the Near East. Turnhout: Brepols. Pp. 77-97.


Grossman, K. (Forthcoming, 2014) Fire Installations in a Late Ninevite 5 Complex at Hamoukar, Syria, in Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Warsaw, Poland. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Pp. 45-57