MA Applied Anthropology Current Students

Cody BakerCody Baker
Email:cab203( at )humboldt.edu
Research Interests: Applied Anthropology
Berlin LoaBerlin Loa
Email:bl53( at )humboldt.edu
Research Interests: Diaspora and immigrant communities, cultural memory and material artifacts, museum collections, transnational narratives (diaspora and exile), border culture, displacement and sovereignty, urban immigrant culture, literary anthropology, literature and imagery as cultural memory, folklore and storytelling, oral traditions.
Jordyn Neely Jordyn Neely
Email:jlm61( at )humboldt.edu
Research Interests: Archaeology, CRM, Lithics, Paleo-Indian/ Archaic archaeology, Peopling of the Americas, Land Use & Migration, Bioarcheology, Evolutionary Psychology, Feminism & Gender Inequality, Gender Equality in cultural sub-groups, Rural Culture, the San Luis Valley (of Southern Colorado), the Anthropology of Modern Agriculture.
Michelle Newcomb Michelle L. Newcomb
Email:mln48( at )humboldt.edu
Research Interests: Cultural resource management; invertebrate faunal analysis; ichthyology; coastal Californian Chumash subsistence; practical archaeology methodology; laboratory and data management methods; archaeology law & ethics; technical & subsistence writing; Hazard Waste Operations and Emergency Response.
Robert Newcomb Robert C. Newcomb
Email:rcn22( at )humboldt.edu
Research Interests: Cultural resource management; archaeology; GIS, remote sensing, and UAV applications in archaeological surveys and excavation; lithic tool analysis and assemblages.
Gabriella Oglietti Gabriella N. Oglietti
Email:gno5( at )humboldt.edu
Research Interests: Archaeology; remote sensing; GIS; cultural resource management; settlement patterns; preservation.
Kaya Wiggins Kaya Wiggins
Email:kew88( at )humboldt.edu
Research Interests: Cultural resources management; archaeology of the Central Coast of California; prehistory; protohistoric period; Chumash culture; Salinan culture; Olivella (Callianax biplicata) shell bead economies and classification; colonization of California by Native peoples.
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