Graduate Students

I encourage my graduate students to engage in professional development, including presenting papers and organizing sessions at conferences that can then be submitted for publication. In the past five years PhD and Masters students have attended and presented at national and international meetings every year, including the SAAs, AAAs, and EAAs.

PhD students are also strongly encouraged to apply for external funding; in the past five years students working under my supervision have received grants or other financial support from the following sources: Wenner-Gren, Fulbright-Hayes, NSF, IGHERT, AOP, and the AIA.

Current PhD Students

Joshua Driscoll (Chair)
Archaeology of alcoholic beverages

Shaheen Gutierrez (Chair)
Social, ideological and political significance of decapitation in Roman Britain

Alexis Jordan (Chair)
Iron Age Cornwall viewed through the lens of mortuary evidence

Sean McConnell (Chair)
Remote sensing and GIS approaches to Irish prehistory

Emily Stanton (Chair)
GIS Applications to Early Iron Age Mortuary Landscpaes

Current Masters Students

Katherine Duff (Chair)

Ann Eberwein (Chair)
Swiss lake dwelling textiles from Robenhausen

Devinne Fackelman (Chair)

Lauren Jones (Chair)

Michelle LaBerge (Chair)
Experimental approach to botanical evidence for dye plants in prehistoric Europe

Paul Moriarty (Chair)

Kate Santell (Chair)

Nikita Sessler (Chair)
The archaeological evidence for child labor in Iron Age European mining sites

Shelby Stuparits (Chair)

Katherine Trotter (Chair)
Hammerstone hafting in prehistoric Keweenaw Peninsula copper mining