Danielle R. Soza

About Danielle R. Soza

Danielle is an anthropological archaeologist and PhD student with broad interests in cultural landscapes, forager complexity and social structure, hunter-gatherer mobility patterns, and place-making in North America. She currently works within the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology with the Blackfeet Nation and with the Arizona State Museum on the Rock Art Ranch project. 

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow 2018-2023

Areas of Study

North America (general)

Projects

2017-present. Blackfoot Early Origins Project (BARA)

2017-present Nomadic Archaeologies of the Northern Rio Grande (Rio Grande Gorge Project)

2015-present. Rock Art Ranch (ASM)

 

 

Research Interests

Mobility, territoriality, cultural landscapes, and social memory; Lithic technology and depositional patterning; Hunter-gatherer archaeology; Applied anthropology; Collaborative and community-based archaeology. 

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Contact Information

PhD Student
Office: Emil W. Haury Building Rm 316

Degree(s)

M.A. University of Arizona (2018)

B.A. New Mexico State University (2015)