Anna A. Neuzil

Anna A. Neuzil began studies in the American Southwest as a student with the Chevelon Archaeological Research Project and University of Virginia Field School in 1998, She received her B.A. from the University of Virginia, majoring in Anthropology and Archaeology, and earned her Master's and doctoral degrees from the Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson. She participated in archaeological field work in many areas of the Southwest, including Chevelon Canyon, Silver Creek, Forestdale Valley, San Pedro Valley, and Tucson Basin, prior to conducting her dissertation research in the Safford and Aravaipa valleys of Arizona as a Preservation Fellow of the Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson. Neuzil served as Ceramic Analyst and Project Director in the Archaeology Department of Tierra Right of Way Services in Tucson and was appointed in 2008 as Project Director and Principal Investigator with Ecoplan Associates, Inc., Tucson, Arizona.
In the Aftermath of Migration In the Aftermath of Migration
In the Aftermath of Migration

In the Aftermath of Migration

Renegotiating Ancient Identity in Southeastern Arizona

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