I am an archaeologist who specializes in the Archaeology of Eastern North America. Conceptually, my interests are underpinned by the desire to understand how the lived experiences of individuals and communities articulates with long-term, large-scale processes of social and cultural change.
My current research is concerned with the development of organizational complexity and diversity in eastern North America.
Ongoing projects in Northeastern North America include:
- Geophysical investigations of Late Precontact Iroquoian Villages
- Regional synthesis of data on Iroquoian settlement patterns, including intra-site patterns, interregional interaction, and geopolitical realignment
Ongoing projects in Southeastern North America include:
- Multi-scalar investigations of the Late Woodland to Mississippian transition in the Deep South
- Household and community archaeology at the Singer-Moye site