Mark Lycett, Director, South Asia Center (from 1 July 2017)
quantitative analysis, ceramic analysis, spatial Analysis, Western North America, South Asia
mlycett@sas.upenn.edu

Royal Ghazal
ceramic analysis, NAA, geological sourcing, clays, Middle East
omar1@uchicago.edu

Geneviève Godbout
macrobotanical analysis, Carribean
ggodbout@uchicago.edu

Kristyn Hara
macrobotanical analysis, Southeast Asia
krishara@uchicago.edu

Madeleine McLeester
pollen analysis, fire history, midwest US
maddie@uchicago.edu

Melissa Rosenzweig
macrobotanical analysis, Middle East
mrosenzw@uchicago.edu

Jennifer Rozo
pollen analysis, southwestern US
jlschaff@uchicago.edu

Kelly Wilcox
faunal analysis, dental microwear, South Asia,
kellywilcox@uchicago.edu

Brian Wilson
spatial analysis, south Asia
bcwilson@uchicago.edu

 

Kacey Grauer is a doctoral candidate at Northwestern University. She is a paleoethnobotanist who uses microbotanical analysis to study human-environment relationships. Her research interests are political ecology, ontologies, materiality, landscape, and archaeology. Kacey has been conducting archaeological research in Belize for 9 years, the last 5 of which have spent on the Aventura Archaeology Project. Kacey joins us in the Penn Paleoecology Lab to learn pollen analysis. http://northwestern.academia.edu/KaceyGrauer