Flint Dibble is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Malcolm H. Wiener Laboratory for Archaeological Science at the American School for Classical Studies at Athens. His project is titled: "Eating Animals in Context: Zooarchaeology at Azoria." Dibble's research, set in the ancient.
Mediterranean, touches upon the topics of urbanism, economy, religious ritual, daily life, the human relationship with the ancient environment, and the cultural role of food. A true dirt archaeologist at heart, he has participated on multiple archaeological projects spanning the Paleolithic through the Medieval period in the countries of Albania, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Ukraine.