About Lauren Bridgeman
Lauren Bridgeman is a second year MA student in the Applied Archaeology program. Her research interest centers on cultural landscapes, traditional cultural properties, and tribal historic preservation work. Working as a research assistant for Dr. Nieves Zedeño, Laurens interest in tribal collaboration and ethnographic archaeological survey has been greatly expanded. Her years working in cultural resource management, both as a technician and tribal monitor, provides a foundation in archaeological fieldwork.
Cultural Resource Management, Cultural Landscapes, Traditional Cultural Property, Indigenous Collaboration, Tribal Historic Preservation Office, Ethnographic Survey, Native American Law and Policy