Assistant Professor, Associate Curator of Paleoethnobotany at the McClung Museum
- Assistant Professor in Archaeology, Department of Anthropology
- Associate Curator of Paleoethnobotany at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture
- Ph.D. 2005, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Dissertation: Gathering in the Late Paleoindian and Early Archaic Periods in the Middle Tennessee River Valley, Northwest Alabama
- B.A. 1998, (summa cum laude) Washington University, St. Louis
Paleoethnobotany; prehistoric foodways among hunting-gathering and agricultural peoples of the southeastern United States; gender and identity among hunting-gathering peoples; use and meaning of landscape among hunting-gathering peoples.