Characterizing Tribal Cultural Landscapes

A Collaborative Approach to Resource Management Historically, federal policy and legislation artificially divide management of natural and cultural resources—a system that doesn’t work on many levels. As an archaeologist working in the historic preservation community, I believe a paradigm shift is happening, and that the Tribal Cultural Landscape (TCL) approach can provide a way to […]

Mentoring the Next Generation of Practicing Anthropologists

My career as a practicing anthropologist has taken many twists and turns over the years. I have worked on projects ranging from reducing water-borne diseases in Bolivia; social marketing campaigns in the U.S.; migrant farmworker safety in South Florida; and Spinal Cord Injury in the VA. Currently, I work as a research co-investigator at the HSR&D […]