About Danielle R. Soza
Danielle (Dani) is an anthropological archaeologist with broad interests in hunter-gatherer complexity and the mobile household. Their dissertation looks at social differentiation and household dynamics through late precontact stone ring campsites on the northwestern Great Plains.
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow 2018-2023
Rowe, Matthew J., E. Charles Adams, Dan Clark, Ricky Cundiff, Kassi Sue Bailey and Danielle R. Soza
2022 Perspectives on Collector Collaboration: The Northern Arizona Paleoindian Project, Advances in Archaeological Practice, 10(1):73-82.
Lanoë, François, María Nieves Zedeño, Danielle R. Soza, Anna Jansson, Blackfeet THPO
2020 McKean in the Northern Rocky Mountain Front: Economic Landscape and Ethnogenesis, Plains Anthropologist, 65(255):227-248.
Areas of Study
North America (general), Great Plains, and U.S. Southwest
2019-present Materiality of Complexity: The Mobile Household of the Ancestral Blackfeet (850-350 BP)
2017-present. Blackfoot Early Origins Project.
2018 Picuris Pueblo Field School
2017-2019 Nomadic Archaeologies of the Northern Rio Grande (Rio Grande Gorge Project).
2015-2019. Rock Art Ranch
Archaeologies of hunter-gatherers and nomads; Mobility and cultural landscapes; Household archaeology; Applied anthropology; Indigenous archaeology; Lithic technology; Ethnohistory and ethnography