Ph.D. University of Arizona 2006
M.A. University of Arizona 2000
B.A. New Mexico State University 1997
I am an anthropologist in the Behavioral Sciences department and regularly teach “Cultural and Social Anthropology,” “Archaeology and Prehistory,” “Human Evolution,” "Introduction to Sociology" and “Human Geography.” My research interests have largely focused on Southwestern archaeology, particularly the late precontact period in southern Arizona. Additionally, I am interested in archaeological method and theory, the sociology of science, and the socio-history of archaeological thought. I have conducted archaeological fieldwork throughout Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Northern Mexico and the tri-state area.
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