Team 2

I earned my Ph.D. in Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis in 2010 and have over 20 years of experience in archaeological field work and paleoethnobotanical research. From desiccated organic remains, to mineralized materials adhering to metals and impression in daub, to carbonized seeds and wood charcoal, I have experience analyzing plant remains from across the Midsouth and Southeast. I also have extensive experience working with legacy collections.
For the last 11 years I have been actively involved in creating and delivering a diverse array of public outreach materials, as well as collaborating with colleagues to develop best practices in both fieldwork and curation. With a specialization in textile and basketry analysis, as well as ancient fiber use, I am also uniquely qualified to contribute to projects involving the study of ancient perishable technologies.
Last, I am committed to an archaeology that is both methodologically sound and ethically grounded.

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