Harrison Professor of Anthropology
Primary interests include change in Pueblo social and ritual organization, history of archaeological research in Chaco Canyon, digital archaeology, ceramic and stylistic analysis, demography, and exchange.
Acting Director for the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Acting Director of the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH) and Associate Professor of Computer Science with specialties in computer vision, human vision, robotics, genetic algorithms, image databases, and artificial intelligence.
Carrie C. Heitman
Principal Investigator and Director
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Fellow, Center for Digital Research in the Humanities
Project specialties in database architecture, digital asset management, data analysis, information/content management, and archival research. Her recently completed dissertation is titled “Architectures of Inequality: Evaluating Houses, Kinship and Cosmology in Chaco Canyon, N.M., A.D. 800-1200”
Programmer, Developer, and Solutions Engineer
Senior Programmer Analyst for the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities with specialties in database and interface development, and information integration.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, undergraduate research assistant responsible for data analysis and project updates .
Abigail L. Holeman
Project specialties in geo-spatial technologies, digital asset management, database architecture, and archival research. Her recently completed dissertation is titled “Understanding Social Organization Through the Built Environment and Material Culture: Cosmological Foundations of Power in Northern Chihuahua, Mexico.”
Adam S. Watson
Project specialties in geo-spatial technologies, zooarchaeology, and archival research. His recently completed dissertation is titled “Craft, Subsistence, and Political Change: An Archaeological Investigation of Economic Productivity and the Bonito Phase Political Expansion, Chaco Canyon, NM, AD 800 to 1200”
Emily Cubbon Ditto
PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with project specialties in database architecture, data analysis, and archival research. Her dissertation research focuses on the interrelationships between ritual and cosmology, social organization, and leadership and power in the Chaco World.
Samantha G. Fladd
Graduate student in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Arizona with project specialties in data analysis and archival research. Her research interests include political economy, the creation of meaning, architecture, and the use of space.