Director, Bard Archaeology Field School; Archaeologist in Residence, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Academic Program Affiliation(s): American Studies, Anthropology, Archaeology Field School, Environmental and Urban Studies
B.A., Hamilton College; M.A., University of Cincinnati; Ph.D., SUNY Albany. Director, Guinea Community Archaeology Project, Dutchess County Historical Society (2001– ). Directs archaeological overview and assessment, National Parks Service, Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Hyde Park, New York (2003– ). President, New York Archaeological Council (1997– ). Vice President, Hudson River Heritage (2003– ). Articles in Hudson River Valley Review, Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Archaeology of Eastern North America.
Coeditor, A Northeastern Millennium
and A Golden Chronograph.
Interests include geomorphological impacts on archaeological sites; experimental analysis of prehistoric artifacts; history of land use in the Hudson River basin; historical archaeology of rural 19th-century African American communities. At Bard since 1988.