Edward Gonzalez-Tennant

October 28, 2020
Department of Anthropology: College of Sciences Dr. González-Tennant’s work combines archaeology, ethnography, and history. He specializes in the use of geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing tools, and 3D/VR technologies to research the dynamic geophysical and social processes that threaten cultural heritage, new ways of engaging the public, and his other research interests. He is […]

Sarah Barber

August 10, 2018
Department of Anthropology: College of Sciences Dr. Barber is an anthropological archaeologist specializing in the study of the precolumbian Americas. Her research interests focus on the early complex societies of Mexico and on human adaptation to coastal environments, particularly in Mexico and Florida. She uses ground-penetrating radar and GIS in archaeological analysis and in reconstructing […]