Alexandra Martin

Faculty Fellow
Office:

Huddleston Hall 306

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Alexandra Martin is a historical archaeologist and anthropologist. She is the Archaeologist at Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH. At Strawbery Banke, she directs annual archaeological field schools and is responsible for maintaining the museum’s collection of over one million archaeological artifacts. There are great opportunities for internships for students interested in archaeology, museum studies, or collections management.

Education

Ph.D., Anthropology, The College of William & Mary
M.A., Anthropology, The College of William & Mary
B.A., Anthropology, Mount Holyoke College

Research Interests

historical archaeology and ethnohistory, landscape archaeology and GIS, community-based projects and collaboration, Indigenous heritage politics

Courses Taught

NAIS 400: Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies
ANTH 500: Peoples & Cultures/N. America
ANTH 700: Internship