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The following individuals are faculty in the Curriculum in Archaeology.

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Anna Agbe-Davies

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Historical archaeology, plantation societies of the southeastern US and Caribbean, African diaspora, classification and typology, heritage and museums

Alumni Hall 201B
(919) 962-5267
agbe-davies@unc.edu
agbedavies.web.unc.edu

Benjamin S. Arbuckle

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Near Eastern archaeology, Turkey, origins and evolution of animal economies, animals in complex societies, Neolithic archaeology, zooarchaeology, animal domestication

Alumni Hall 306B
(919) 962-6574
bsarbu@email.unc.edu
anthropology.unc.edu/person/benjamin-arbuckle

Brian Billman

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Archaeology of chiefdoms & states, political economy, heritage, settlement patterns, Andes and US Southwest

Alumni Hall 401C
(919) 962-9348
bbillman@email.unc.edu
anthropology.unc.edu/person/brian-billman

R. P. Stephen Davis

Associate Director, Research Labs of Archaeology; Adjunct Professor of Anthropology

Archaeology, quantitative methods, computer applications, ceramic analysis, settlement systems, contact period, Southeastern United States

Alumni Hall 101
(919) 962-3845
rpsdavis@unc.edu
archaeology.sites.unc.edu/r-p-stephen-davis/

Jennifer Gates-Foster

Associate Professor of Classics

Hellenistic and Roman Egypt, Near East and North Africa, Achaemenid Empire, ceramics, seals and seal impressions, imperialism, frontier & border studies, ethnicity and identity

Murphey Hall 313
(919) 962-7656
gatesfos@email.unc.edu
classics.unc.edu/people/faculty-2/jennifer-gates-foster

Donald Haggis

Professor of Classics; Nicholas A. Cassas Term Professor of Greek Studies

Bronze Age and Early Iron Age archaeology, ceramic studies, early states, eastern Mediterranean, Aegean

Murphey Hall 318
(919) 962-7640
dchaggis@email.unc.edu
classics.unc.edu/people/faculty-2/donald-c-haggis

Heather A. Lapham

Research Archaeologist, Research Labs of Archaeology; Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology

Archaeology, zooarchaeology, historic deer skin trade, culture contact and colonialism, animal economies, production and use of animal by-products, southeastern United States, southern Mexico

Alumni Hall 107B
(919) 962-3843
hlapham@unc.edu
archaeology.sites.unc.edu/heather-a-lapham/

Scott Madry

Research Associate Professor

Archaeology, settlement pattern analysis, predictive modeling, GIS/remote sensing, western Europe, southeastern US

Alumni Hall 108
(919) 962-6574
madrys@email.unc.edu
anthropology.unc.edu/person/scott-l-h-madry/

Jodi Magness

Kenan Professor of Religious Studies

Classical and Syro-Palestinian archaeology, ancient pottery, ancient synagogues, early Islamic settlement, Palestine

Saunders Hall 109
(919) 962-3928
magness@email.unc.edu
religion.unc.edu/_people/full-time-faculty/magness/

Patricia McAnany

Kenan Eminent Professor of Anthropology

Cultural heritage, ancestor veneration, identity and gender, cacao production, Maya studies, Mesoamerica

Alumni Hall 211
(919) 962-0524
mcanany@email.unc.edu
anthropology.unc.edu/person/patricia-a-mcanany/

David Mora-Marín

Associate Professor of Linguistics, Archaeology, and Latin American Studies

Linguistic anthropology, historical linguistics, language and power, Mesoamerican/Mayan linguistics and epigraphy

Smith Hall 307
(919) 573-9511
davidmm@unc.edu
davidmm.web.unc.edu

C. Margaret Scarry

Professor of Anthropology

Archaeology, paleoethnobotany, subsistence economies, foodways, North America, Greek Aegean, complex societies

Alumni Hall 202A
(919) 962-3841
scarry@email.unc.edu
archaeology.sites.unc.edu/c-margaret-scarry

Timothy Shea

Assistant Professor of Classical Archaeology

Archaeology, art, and topography, ancient Greece, Archaeological and historical applications of GIS, landscape archaeology, the reception of Greek antiquity

225 Murphey Hall
(919) 962-7191
tdshea@email.unc.edu
classics.unc.edu/timothy-shea

Laurie Cameron Steponaitis

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Archaeology, hunter-gatherers, settlement systems, coastal adaptations, eastern North America

Alumni Hall 109B
(919) 962-6574
lcs@email.unc.edu

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Vin Steponaitis

William E. Leuchtenburg Distinguished Professor of Anthropology

Archaeology, complex societies, ceramic analysis, quantitative methods, Mississippian iconography; North America.

Alumni Hall 109B
(919) 962-6574
vin@unc.edu
rla.unc.edu/personal/vps

Hérica Valladares

Assistant Professor of Classics

Hellenistic and Roman art, Campanian archaeology, image and text studies, gender theory, classical reception

Murphey Hall 312
(919) 962-7191
hericav@email.unc.edu
classics.unc.edu/people/faculty-2/herica-valladares