Andrew M. T. Moore

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Andrew Michael Tangye Moore, also known as A. M. T. Moore, is a British archaeologist and academic. He is a professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).

Early life[edit]

Andrew Moore was born in Devon, England. He read Modern History at the University of Oxford and in 1966 he joined Kathleen Kenyon's excavation in Jerusalem. From 1967 to 1969, he did postgraduate studies at the University of London under John Evans. He then undertook postgraduate research at the University of Oxford. He completed his Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) degree in 1978 with a doctoral thesis entitled The Neolithic of the Levant. His supervisor was Dame Kathleen Kenyon.[1]

Academic career[edit]

He is currently director of the Abu Hureyra site and current president of the Archaeological Institute of America.[2]

From 2000 to 2007, Moore served as the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Since 2007 he has been Dean of Graduate Studies at RIT.[3]



  1. ^ Moore, A. M. T. "The neolithic of the Levant (DPhil)". Oxford University Research Archive. University of Oxford. Retrieved 6 November 2015. 
  2. ^ New York Welcomes New AIA President Andrew M.T. Moore,
  3. ^ RIT News article on Andrew Moore's appointment to graduate dean Archived December 21, 2010, at WebCite