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Victor Castillo
vjcastillo@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury 408A
My research interests revolve around the study of the social processes that created the settings for community survival in contexts of colonialism.  In particular,  I am interested in exploring religious change during the transitional period between pre-Hispanic and colonial times in Mesoamerica...
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Xanti Ceballos
Ph.D. student
xsceballospesina@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury 408A
Xanti S. Ceballos Pesina is an archaeologist who is interested on the emergence of social inequality in ancient Mesoamerica, households, ceramics and chemical residues analysis. She has worked at the Maya sites of El Palmar, Dzibatunich, Nuevo Canaan and various sites in Hidalgo and Morelos in...
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Ran Chen
ranchen95@email.arizona.edu
I'm a Ph.D. student in the Archaeology program. I was born and raised in Zhejiang Province, China, and got my B.A. in Antiquity and Museology at Zhejiang University with a minor in Japanese. I received my M.A. from Stanford University with a subplan on Chinese Archaeology. Currently, my study is...
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Mariah Claw
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William Cotter
williamcotter@email.arizona.edu
I am a doctoral candidate in the joint PhD program in Anthropology & Linguistics. Prior to joining the Department of Linguistics and School of Anthropology, I completed a Master’s of Arts in Sociolinguistics of the Arab World at the University of Essex. As part of my work, I have conducted...
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Adam Crane
Graduate Student
adacrane@email.arizona.edu
Adam Crane has an M.Sc. in paleopathology from Durham University and is currently a Ph.D. student in the School of Anthropology at the University of Arizona. His M.Sc. thesis concerned the relationships among osteoarthritis, age identity, and disability among older adults in the post-medieval...
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