M.A. 2013 California State University, Los Angeles
B.A. 2006 University of California, San Diego
My research focuses on issues of emergent social complexity, gender and other forms of social identity through the examination of prehistoric technologies, and systems of exchange. I employ a multidisciplinary methodology that includes typology, experimental archaeology, spatial analysis, and analytical techniques such as gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). I have participated in field projects in Peru, the Great Basin, Southern California, San Nicolas Island, and the North American Midwest.