Faculty & Staff

Currently, faculty members in the Graduate Program in Historical Archaeology have ongoing field and research projects in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Mexico, and California, and outside the U.S. in Iceland and Oaxaca, Mexico. The graduate program has active laboratories devoted to general artifact processing, wet lab facilities, flotation, paleoethnobotany, zooarchaeology, microscopy, remote sensing, Geographic Information Systems, archaeological conservation, and historic artifact type collections.

More details about the participating faculty members can be found in the Graduate Handbook or on the Anthropology Department website, but below is a brief summary: