- Social Networks in Archaeology Lab, Arizona State University, Tempe, United States of America
- Cultural networks, Geographic networks, Historical networks, Networks in arts and humanities, Social networks, Spatial networks, Statistical methods for network analysis
Educational and work
I hold a PhD in anthropology and study social network methods and models mostly using archaeological data. I am currently an associate professor of anthropology (archaeology) in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University. Much of my research is focused on empirical archaeological networks in the U.S. Southwest and Mexican Northwest. I am co-PI on a National Science Foundation RIDIR (Resource Implementation for Data Intensive Research) grant that developed from an earlier project (Southwest Social Networks project) focused on making data and tools for network analyses of archaeological data available to users with varying degrees of technical knowledge (cybersw.org).