Department Staff

All email addresses end with @monticello.org.


Beatrix Arendt
Curator of Archaeological Collections
Ph.D.University of Virginia, 2011
Specializations: Historical archaeology.
E-mail: barendt

Lynsey Bates
Archaeological Analyst, Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery
B.A. University of Virginia, 2007
Specializations: GIS and landscape analysis, historical archaeology in the Caribbean
E-mail: lbates

Elizabeth Bollwerk
Archaeological Analyst, Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery
Ph.D. University of Virginia, 2012
Specializations: Middle Atlantic archaeology, Native American tobacco pipes.
E-mail: ebollwerk

Leslie Cooper
Senior Archaeological Analyst, Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery
B.A. University of South Carolina, 1998
E-mail: lcooper

Jillian E. Galle
Project Director, Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery
Ph.D. University of Virginia, 2006
Specializations: Historical archaeology, African-American culture, eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American material culture and architecture, craft production.
E-mail: jgalle

Fraser D. Neiman
Director of Archaeology
Ph.D. Yale, 1990
Specializations: Historical archaeology, archaeological theory,
quantitative techniques, vernacular architecture.
E-mail: fneiman

Crystal Ptacek
Archaeological Field Research Manager
M.A. University of Tennessee, 2013
Specializations: Historical archaeology.
E-mail: cptacek

Beth Sawyer
Archaeological Analyst
B.A. William & Mary, 2005
E-mail: bsawyer

Derek Wheeler
Research Archaeologist
M.A. University of Virginia, 1996
Specializations: Historical archaeology of Virginia and Massachusetts
E-mail: dwheeler

All email addresses end with @monticello.org.

Consultants

Joanne Bowen
Curator of Zooarchaeology, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Zooarchaeology.
 
James Feathers
Director, Luminesence Dating Laboratory, University of Washington
Sediment dating.
Kandace Hollenbach
Research Assistant Professor, Laboratory Manager, Archaeological Research Laboratory, University of Tennessee
Paleoethnobotony.
John Jones
Professor, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University
Pollen analysis.
Steven Keuhl
Professor, Department of Physical Sciences, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences
Sediment Dating.
G. William Monaghan
Associate Research Scientist, Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology, Indiana University
Geoarchaeology.

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