Zooarchaeology Lab Happenings

The Zooarchaeology Lab is moving! As of August 2019, we will be located in the Anthropology Annex, Room B09. Stay tuned for more information!

Zooarchaeology Lab students Milena Carvalho and Asia Alsgaard have both been named 2019-20 UNM LAII Ph.D. Fellows. Congratulations Milena and Asia!

Former lab student news: Dr. William Taylor is the new Curator of Archaeology/Assistant Professor of Anthropology at University of Colorado - Boulder; Dr. Cyler Conrad has accepted a position as Cultural Resources Technical Lead at the Los Alamos National Laboratory; Miranda LaZar is heading to the University of Arizona for her Ph.D. research. Congratulations all!

Other projects

  • In Fall 2019, I will be teaching Stone Age Europe online and a face-to-face version of Quantitative Analysis in Archaeology (graduate students only). Email me for more information on either class!
  • For information about graduate studies in archaeology at the University of New Mexico, see the Archaeology Program page and the Public Archaeology website.
  • 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.