Anthony is originally from Vancouver, and recieved his PhD from the University of Glasgow in 2011. He has conducted fieldwork in Italy, Scotland and Canada. Within Canada, Anthony has worked in BC, Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario. He has recently become a permit-holder for Alberta, and holds an R-License for Ontario. He would like to work at least once in the Yukon or Northwest Territories, as he has a body designed for winter weather. His research interests include globalization, the Mediterranean Bronze Age, and the material culture components of identity formation. In his spare time, Anthony is a self proclaimed sub-par gamer, a neophyte cider maker, a world-class cider consumer, and a fan of several failing sports franchises. He has two cats, one dog, and a bunch of fish. Fun fact: he has an irrational hatred of salad forks.