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Rachel Rosenbaum's picture
Rachel Rosenbaum
PhD Candidate
rrosenbaum@email.arizona.edu
Rachel is a PhD candidate in Sociocultural Anthropology. Her research interests broadly center questions of power and violence with an emphasis on the relationship between infrastructure and inequality. For her Master's research, Rachel conducted fieldwork in Beirut, investigating how histories of...
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Dana Drake Rosenstein
ddr@email.arizona.edu
TEL: 520.621.7986
FAX: 520.621.2088
Office: Haury 411
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Ismael Sánchez-Morales
ismasanchez@email.arizona.edu
I am a doctoral candidate with a major focus in archaeology and a minor in geosciences. My research focuses on the study of land-use and mobility strategies of archaeological hunter-gatherer societies through the study of the organization of stone tool technologies. My dissertation investigates the...
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Margaret Sayre
mksayre@email.arizona.edu
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Amy Schott
aschott@email.arizona.edu
Office: 124H
My work uses geoarchaeological approaches to answer questions about landscape evolution and long-term human-environment relationships. I am interested in understanding how people adapt to dynamic landscape environments, including how a changing landscape affects human societies, as well as how...
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Laryssa Shipley
lashipley@email.arizona.edu
  Laryssa Shipley is an Anthropology Ph.D. student in the Archaeology of the Mediterranean World concentration. She researches cultural mixing in the Mediterranean, particularly during the Hellenistic and Roman periods, by looking at art, architecture, and material culture in the multicultural...
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Lauren Sides
laurensides@email.arizona.edu
Lauren is a second year graduate student in the Mediterranean Archaeology concentration. In 2019, Lauren graduated from Baylor University as a University Scholar B.A. with primary concentrations in Anthropology and Religion. As an undergraduate, Lauren took part in lab research with the Belize...
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Britt Singletary
bsingletary@email.arizona.edu
Office: Haury Rm 408B
I am a doctoral candidate in Biological Anthropology in the School of Anthropology, and I am minoring in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology through the EEB department here at the University of Arizona. My primary advisor is Ivy Pike, PhD. My current research focuses on the broader evolutionary...
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Razia Solana
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Danielle R. Soza
PhD Candidate
dsoza@email.arizona.edu
Danielle is an anthropological archaeologist with broad interests in hunter-gatherer complexity and the mobile household.  National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow 2018-2023
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Alexandra Spielhagen
aspiel@email.arizona.edu
I am a sociocultural anthropology student with a minor in Gender and Women's Studies. After graduating from Dartmouth College in 2006, I spent several years working both domestically and internationally as a commercial whitewater raft guide. My time as an adventure tourism professional,...
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A. Grace Steig
A. Grace Steig is a 2nd-year PhD student in sociocultural anthropology, who studies the cultures of environmental conservation in North, Central, and South America. Grace's bachelor's thesis examined food sovereignty in the Peruvian Andes. From 2015-2018 Grace worked in food justice and...
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Kristoffer Stein
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Jay Stephens
jas5@email.arizona.edu
I am a PhD candidate from the University of Arizona and apply geochemical and archaeometric techniques to understand the practices and behaviors of past human cultures. In my dissertation, I apply lead isotopic and archaeometallurgical analyses to provenance copper-based metals from Iron age...
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Moriah Stephenson
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Allison Stuewe
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Ashleigh Thompson
Graduate Teaching Assistant and PhD Student
ashleighthompson@email.arizona.edu
Aaniin boozhoo. Ashleigh indizhinikaaz. Migizi indoodem. Hello! I am Ashleigh (she/hers), a member of the Red Lake Ojibwe and Eagle Clan. I am a PhD Candidate in anthropology with a concentration in archaeology and a graduate minor in American Indian Studies. I received my M.A. during Spring of...
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Lauren Tomanelli
I am a PhD student in the Mediterranean Archaeology program. I received a BA in Anthropology from George Mason University, an MA in Museum Studies from George Washington University, and an MA in Classics from Columbia University. My areas of interest are Etruscan archaeology, the manipulation of ...
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Serene Tseng
stseng@email.arizona.edu
I'm a first year Ph.D. student in the Anthropology and Linguistics (ANLI) program at the University of Arizona. I was born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles, California, and I attained a double B.A. in 2017 from UC Santa Cruz in German Studies and Linguistics, focusing on German...
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Cari Tusing
ctusing@email.arizona.edu
I am currently on faculty of the Department of Anthropology at the Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile January 2020, having completed my PhD. I study rural livelihoods, land politics and dispossesion in Latin America, specifically the aftermaths of land titling for indigenous and campesino...
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Paula Ugalde
paulaugalde@email.arizona.edu
I am a doctoral student in the Anthropology program. My major is in Archaeology and my minor in Geosciences. I come from Chile, where I earned my BA in Archaeology (Universidad de Chile, 2010). My research focuses on the early peopling of the Atacama Desert. Broadly, I am interested in the history...
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Gina Watkinson
Conservation Laboratory Coordinator (ASM)
gwatkins@email.arizona.edu
TEL: (520)-621-6314
Office: Arizona State Museum, Conservation Lab, Room 125
Gina is an archaeology doctoral student in the School of Anthropology, University of Arizona. She began the archaeology program in the fall of 2016. Gina is also the laboratory coordinator for the Preservation Division at the Arizona State Museum where she has worked since 2007.  She received a...
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James Webber
jwebber@email.arizona.edu
James is a Ph.D. student studying the evolution of human endurance running. He is currently using a postmodernist apporach to rexamine the role of women, children, and the elderly in the apperance of derrived skeletal traits in early Homo that have been linked to male hunting behaviors.   
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Rebecca Wey
rwey@email.arizona.edu
I am currently studying a literary initiative launched in response to narco-violence in Mexico, Nuestra Aparente Rendición, or “Our Apparent Surrender.”  Drawing from Richard Rorty’s concept of the contingency of language and articulating this to a critical project with Lacanian psychoanalysis, I...
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Alena Wigodner
awigodner@email.arizona.edu
I am a PhD student in archaeology with a concentration in archaeology of the Mediterranean world. I received my B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis in 2014 and my M.A. from the University of Arizona in 2017. My area of focus is Roman colonialism, specifically in the western Roman provinces...
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Jordan Wilson
Bioarchaeologist
jkrummel@email.arizona.edu
I am a doctoral candidate in bioarchaeology. My dissertation research focuses on interpreting atypical or deviant burials using archaeothanatology, but I also study the health of women and infants during pregnancy and the early postnatal period. I work in Roman Umbria and the prehistoric Sonoran...
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Matthew Winter
mwinter@email.arizona.edu
I consider myself first and foremost as a broadly trained archaeologist of the Mediterranean. Currently, my main research focus is on the Hellenistic and Roman periods in the Eastern Mediterranean. I study architecture, urbanism, and social networks, all of which is guided by a firm grounding in...
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Kayla Worthey
kbworthey@email.arizona.edu
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Landon Yarrington
lyarrington@email.arizona.edu
I am a sociocultural anthropologist with training in historical and applied anthropology. My enduring intellectual interest in anthropology can be communicated in the following question: How does structure enable and limit individuals to see symbolic dimensions of practices, relations, and...
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Jonna Yarrington
Visiting Associate Scholar
jmknap@email.arizona.edu
Please see my new professional website here: https://jonnayarrington.weebly.com/
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