The Ceramic Technology Laboratory is dedicated to the study of clay-based technologies of any provenience or age. The lab is housed in the Department of Anthropology at The University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. The research conducted in the lab spans a broad range of graduate student and faculty interests in developing methods and techniques for understanding the social dimensions of life through the study of ceramics.

Recent Papers

Kent Fowler, Jon Ross, Christian Barritt-Cleary, Zvi Lederman, Shlomo Bunimovitz & Haskel Greenfield (2023). Age and sex determination of fingerprints on ritual ceramic objects from the Late Bronze Age Palace at Tel Beth-Shemesh, Israel. Levant.