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My name is Nicole Rupp and I am an africanist archaeologist. Approximately 3 months each year I spend in Nigeria in search of the remains of the Nok Culture, an Early Iron Age community, occuping central parts of the country 3500 years ago.

My name is Nicole Rupp and I am an africanist archaeologist. Approximately 3 months each year I spend in Nigeria in search of the remains of the Nok Culture, an Early Iron Age community, occuping central parts of the country 3500 years ago.

Phillip Mendenhall, M.A. (EuropeanUniversityatSt. Petersburg,Russia) archaeologist specializing in Paleolithic/Paleo-Indian migration and colonial Greek settlement of the northern Black Sea region. Currently working with the Public Archaeology Lab., Inc. in Rhode Island,USA. 

Phillip Mendenhall, M.A. (EuropeanUniversityatSt. Petersburg,Russia) archaeologist specializing in Paleolithic/Paleo-Indian migration and colonial Greek settlement of the northern Black Sea region. Currently working with the Public Archaeology Lab., Inc. in Rhode Island,USA. 

Adrianne Daggett, PhD candidate in anthropology (specializing in archaeology) at Michigan State University and recent National Science Foundation grantee. In this photo, I am pointing to the area where I conduct the NSF-funded archaeological fieldwork for my dissertation, which began in July 2012.

Adrianne Daggett, PhD candidate in anthropology (specializing in archaeology) at Michigan State University and recent National Science Foundation grantee. In this photo, I am pointing to the area where I conduct the NSF-funded archaeological fieldwork for my dissertation, which began in July 2012.

I’m David. I am an Archaeologist/Anthropologist (UC Berkeley and UC London) and Geologist (OU), and I also love flamenco, baseball and mountain climbing.

I’m David. I am an Archaeologist/Anthropologist (UC Berkeley and UC London) and Geologist (OU), and I also love flamenco, baseball and mountain climbing.

Kate McMahon, archaeologist from Portland, Maine. Primary research interests include how race and ethnicity are represented in material culture. Likes: vintage clothes, tattoos, dancing. Dislikes: oranges, muddy stratigraphy, and people who think that the pyramids were built by aliens. 
Find me at katerader.tumblr.com and archaeologistsdontdigdinosaurs.tumblr.com 

Kate McMahon, archaeologist from Portland, Maine. Primary research interests include how race and ethnicity are represented in material culture. Likes: vintage clothes, tattoos, dancing. Dislikes: oranges, muddy stratigraphy, and people who think that the pyramids were built by aliens. 

Find me at katerader.tumblr.com and archaeologistsdontdigdinosaurs.tumblr.com 

I study the archaeology of the ancient Near East, especially the Early Bronze Age of the southern Levant, and I do archaeological remote sensing and GIS/spatial analysis of ancient settlement systems.

I study the archaeology of the ancient Near East, especially the Early Bronze Age of the southern Levant, and I do archaeological remote sensing and GIS/spatial analysis of ancient settlement systems.

Cass; Archaeologist, theatrical makeup hobbyist and Trekkie

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I’m an archaeologist. I’m also a belly dancer.

Belly dancers can be scientists too.

Projectile PointZaheea Belly Dancer

Professional Belly dancer and Archaeologist (but not at the same time).

Kimberly Williams, Biological Anthropologist/Archaeologist 

Kimberly Williams, Biological Anthropologist/Archaeologist 


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