Directors

Todd Braje
tbraje@mail.sdsu.edu
Research Interests:
Archaeology of Maritime Societies, Pacific Coast Archaeology, Historical Ecology of Maritime Ecosystems, Coastal Adaptations, Complex Hunter Gatherer-Fisher Studies, Peopling of the Americas, Archaeological Method and Theory, Channel Islands Archaeology, North American Archaeology, Caribbean Archaeology, Radiocarbon Dating, California Archaeology, European Contact and Indigenous Peoples, Early Coastal Migrations, Tribal Consultation and Collaboration, Historic Preservation

  Todd Braje

Matthew Lauer
mlauer@mail.sdsu.edu
Research Interests:
Environmental anthropology, sustainability, human ecology of coastal and marine resource use, social dimensions of marine protected areas, community-based resource management and development, resilience and vulnerability of coastal communities to climate change and natural disasters, political ecology. Amazonia, Latin America, and the Pacific.
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  Mattew Lauer

Current Graduate Students

Chelsea Hunter

  Chelsea Hunter

Mark Strother

 

Mark Stother

 
EAAL Grad Alumni

Savanna Schuermann
MA 2013
Read her thesis: The wantok system, scale and vulnerability: Shaping disaster recovery in an immigrant community of the Western Solomon Islands

 

 
Savanna Schuermann

Barbara Quimby
MA 2012
.Read her thesis: Artisanal fishing practices in Aceh, Indonesia: The embedded commons

 

  Barbara Quimby

Douglas La Rose
MA 2011
Read his thesis: Buem agricultural strategies and crop choices as adaptability practices social responses to environmental change in a rural Ghanaian farming community

  Douglas La Rose

 

 

Environmental Anthropology Lab