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Shawn Ross

Australian Research Data Commons
Product Manager, Research Activity Identifier
Sydney, Australia

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Shawn A Ross FRSN, FSA (Ph.D. University of Washington, 2001) is a Professor of History and Archaeology and the Director, Strategic Initiatives, Digitally Enabled Research at Macquarie University. Prof Rossʼs research interests include digital archaeology, the history and archaeology of pre-Classical Greece, oral tradition as history (especially Homer and Hesiod), the archaeology of the Balkans (especially Thrace), Greece in its wider Mediterranean and Balkan context, and the application of information technology to research. Since 2009, the focus of Prof Rossʼs work has been fundamental archaeological research in central and southeast Bulgaria, where he co-supervises the Tundzha Regional Archaeology Project (https://www.tundzha.org/), a large-scale archaeological survey and palaeoenvironmental study. This project culminated in an edited volume published by Oxbow Books in 2018 (The Tundzha Regional Archaeological Project: Surface Survey, Palaeoecology, and Associated Studies in Central and Southeast Bulgaria, 2009-2015). Since 2012 Prof Ross has also directed the Field Acquired Information Management Systems (FAIMS) project (http://www.faims.edu.au/) developing data capture and management systems for field research. In 2022 Shawn took up an external secondment with the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) to serve as Product Manager for the Research Activity Identifier (RAiD), developing a global persistent identifier service for research projects and related activities. Previously, Prof Ross worked at the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia), the American University in Bulgaria (Blagoevgrad), and William Paterson University (Wayne, New Jersey).
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