Department of Anthropology
I am an anthropologist specializing in archaeology
and ethnohistory, with a primary research focus on the European colonial
era in the Southeastern United States. On these pages are some
resources of potential interest to students and colleagues, including
selected unpublished papers, as well as information on past and present
research and teaching activities, and assorted links and photos.
In addition to my main faculty web page, I have
developed a resource page about
between 1513 and 1763; please check back for periodic updates, since it
is still growing.
My current summer archaeological field school research focuses on
Joseph de Escambe, which is being explored as part of the
Colonial Frontiers Project. To read about the
successful 2009 summer search and discovery of the mission, and our
continuing progress during the summers of 2010-2012, please visit the online
for the project.