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Mario Alberto Macias Ayala's picture
Mario Alberto Macias Ayala
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Hannah MacLaughlin
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Stephanie Martin
scmartin1@email.arizona.edu
I am a PhD candidate in the Mediterranean Archaeology concentration. I spent my undergrad at Bryn Mawr College outside of Philadelphia where I graduated with a B.A. from the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, with minors in Geology and Latin. I have participated in field projects...
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Jonathan McLeod
jmcleod@email.arizona.edu
The purpose of my research to contribute to our knowledge of how we as a species can create new social, economic, and livelihood systems in light of global climate change and severe ecological degradation, including what it means to "develop" or to be "modern". I proceed, cautiously, under the...
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Caitlin McPherson
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Kerith Miller
kmiller3@email.arizona.edu
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Stephen Molinares
Srmolinares@email.arizona.edu
I am a Masters Student in the applied archaeology program, my areas of interest include the archaeology of the Ancestral Peoples of the Sonoran Desert, educational outrech with both adults and youth, and expermintal archaeology. My thesis is looking at how perfomance theory might be used to shed...
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Victoria Moses
vmoses@email.arizona.edu
Victoria (Vicki) Moses recently completed her Ph.D. at the University of Arizona. Her dissertation uses faunal analysis from five key sites in Rome and nearby cities to show how meat production, distribution, and consumption reflect larger processes of urbanization and state formation during the...
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