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Lindsey Cochran graduated in 2010 from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a BS in Anthropology. She has worked at various sites including Gullah-Geechee homesteads and cemeteries on Sapelo Island, Georgia, the San Jospeh de Escambe mission site in Molino, Florida, as well as Arcadia Mill, an antebellum industrial site in Milton, Florida, and numerous CRM projects across the Southeast. Her interests include archaeological method and theory, plantation archaeology, historical archaeology of the Caribbean and Atlantic Basin, archaeology of the African diaspora, archaeology of the Gullah-Geechee culture, historic landscapes, GIS, archaeological applications of geophysics, colonialism, and public archaeology and anthropology.
Degree and Focus: Historical Archaeology, Terrestrial.