Abstract: Kiskiak Online Exhibit

For my Monroe Project, I intend to analyze artifacts from a Powhatan archaeological site called Kiskiak, located in York County, Virginia, with the goal of creating an online exhibit or website about the site. I would like to explore Powhatan daily life and subsistence patterns both pre- and post-European contact, all while asking where and […]

Reflection Post

Well, it’s the end of the line, sort of. I am pleased with what I was able to accomplish this summer, although I had hoped to do a little more.  Comparing skull types and discerning pathologies proved to be more difficult than I had anticipated. Luckily, I am by no means through with this project. […]

The Dog-Human Bond: A Millinnea-Long “Tail”

Anthropology is not all about cold, hard facts, which I have presented here thus far.  Being human involves a much more complex set of emotions, ideas, and history than a snapshot of a dog could ever capture.  The human-dog relationship extends back thousands of years and is still important worldwide.  To really understand our relationship […]