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My research takes a multidisciplinary approach to eighteenth-century conflict archaeology, emphasizing the relationships among the historical and material culture records, historical ethnography, preservation, the archaeological record, and public outreach service programs. It also involves developing my technical skills in archaeological and ethnographic fieldwork, GIS applications, remote sensing, and photogrammetric analysis in order to better understand site formation processes and community development. I received my B.A. in anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005.