Zooarchaeology Lab Happenings

Ph.D student Cyler Conrad was recently awarded a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant for his project, "Mainland Southeast Asia in the Longue Duree: a test of the 'Broad Spectrum Revolution' in Northern Thailand." Congratulations Cyler!

Former lab student Dr. William Taylor has accepted a position at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, Germany.

Other projects

  • For information about graduate studies in archaeology at the University of New Mexico, see the Archaeology Program page and the Public Archaeology website.
  • I tweet on archaeology-related topics (and some other things) at http://twitter.com/emilylenajones.
  • My book In Search of the Broad Spectrum Revolution in Paleolithic Southwest Europe is available (in both ebook and paperback formats) now! You can find it here.