About Lauren Bridgeman
Lauren Bridgeman is a recent graduate of the University of Arizona Applied Archaeology Master’s program under the direction of Dr. Zedeño. During her time as a MA student in the Anthropology department she was able to explore interdisciplinary interest and develop additional research goals. While in the PhD program, Lauren intends to focus her dissertation research on collaborative archaeology, cultural landscapes and land use, alongside Indigenous theory. Her minor will concentrate on Native American Law and Policy at the Rogers E. Law College.
Lauren is a grateful recipient of the University of Arizona Graduate Fellows Program and is excited to further develop her interdisciplinary interest, professional development, mentoring and community engagement opportunities.
Cultural Resource Management, Cultural Landscapes, Traditional Cultural Property, Indigenous Collaboration, Tribal Historic Preservation Office, Ethnographic Survey, Native American Law and Policy