|Present||Associate Professor, University of South Florida|
Honors and Awards
- Explorer's Club Fellow
|Ph.D., University of Florida ‐ Anthropology|
|M.A., University of Texas at San Antonio ‐ Anthropology|
|B.A., University of Texas at Austin ‐ Anthropology|
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Peer Reviewed Articles (21)
Estimating crown conch (Melongena corona) tissue weight from archaeological shell ...
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2019)
Coastal archaeologists and historical ecologists are taking an increasingly robust interest in marine shell assemblages recovered from coastal villages and ...
Ancient Ethiopia genome reveals extensive Eurasian admixture in Eastern Africa.
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2015)
Characterizing genetic diversity in Africa is a crucial step for most analyses reconstructing the evolutionary history of anatomically modern humans. ...
Culinary crafts and foods in southwestern Ethiopia: An ethnoarchaeological study ...
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2014)
Few ethnoarchaeological studies have combined the production and use of groundstones and pottery as indicators of household variation in subsistence ...
Understanding household population through ceramic assemblage formation: Ceramic ethnoarchaeology among ...
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2009)
The goal of this paper is to identify the relationship between ceramic assemblages and household population. This ethnoarchaeological study among ...
Ethnoarchaeology, pottery, and technology: Bridging ethnographic and archaeological approaches.
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2003)
Excerpt: "This essay reviews three books related to the field of archaeology that are specifically concerned with ethnoarchaeology, pottery, and ...
Brewing beer: status, wealth and ceramic use alteration among the ...
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2000)
Ethnoarchaeological research among the Gamo people of south-western Ethiopia indicates that pottery vessels used for beer fermentation have characteristic interior ...
Books & Book Chapters (4)
Living with pottery : Ethnoarchaeology among the Gamo of southwest Ethiopia
USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications (2006)
Although plastic and metal vessels offer significant advantages and have almost universally supplanted ceramics throughout the world, pottery fragments are ...