I am actively recruiting doctoral students (and, in more select circumstances, master’s students) to join my group. Students interested in any aspect of environmental archaeology or the study of past human-environmental interactions are welcome to apply. I am particularly interested in working with students who have an interest in using modeling to study the impact of climatic change on ancient agricultural strategies and land-use patterns. A number of archaeological research projects are currently underway in our laboratory that offer opportunities for thesis and dissertation research, this includes material from Harappan civilization sites, as well as sites on the Chengdu Plain, China, from Ashkelon, Israel and from Eastern Tibet.
Please contact me directly with questions about our graduate program or to discuss your potential application.