an archaeological field project at the historic Elihu Akin house in South Dartmouth, MA
Friday, August 1, 2008
slideshow: 31 July Akin House Archaeology Talk
I presented a talk about the Akin House Archaeology Project at the Dartmouth Heritage Preservation Trust's first Annual Meeting, on 31 July at the Dartmouth Grange. Here are the powerpoint slides (all rights reserved) - enjoy!
Christina J. Hodge received her PhD in historical archaeology in 2007 and MA in archaeological heritage management in 2000, both from the Department of Archaeology at Boston University. She is a Senior Curatorial Assistant at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, where she has worked since 1997. Dr. Hodge currently lectures in the Harvard Department of Anthropology, where she team-directs the Harvard Yard Archaeology Project; the Harvard Extension School Museum Studies Program; and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Division of Continuing Education, where she directs the Akin House Archaeology Project. Dr. Hodge's research areas include the colonial and postcolonial archaeology of New England, material culture studies, public archaeology, and the curation of museum collections. Dr. Hodge can be reached at c1hodge[at]umassd[dot]edu.