Faculty members are full-time members of the department who have considerable research expertise in their subject field. They supervise our graduate students, are members of professional organizations and university committees, participate in public events and are committed to the overall strength of the Department of Archaeology at Memorial University.
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Tier II Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies
Research Interests: Indigenous politics, ontology, the study of science and technology.
Associate Dean (Acting), School of Graduate Studies
Office: QC 2007
Research Interests: coastal landscapes, isotope analysis, sclerochronology, geochemical applications in archaeology, climate proxies, mortuary archaeology, gender and archaeology.
Office: QC 4014
Research Interests: Quaternary entomology, environmental archaeology, sustainability, public archaeology, Newfoundland and Labrador, Iceland, Greenland, Alaska.
Research Interests: Historical archaeology, early modern fisheries, European exploration and settlement, mobility-movement, vernacular architecture, material culture, historic graffiti, conflict archaeology, Eastern North America and Newfoundland.
Head of Department
Office: QC 2008/QC2002
Research Interests: Archaeological Science, Bioarchaeology, Archaeogeophysics, Forensic Archaeology, Isotope Analysis.
Research Interests: Norse Greenland; North Atlantic Archaeology; historical archaeology; palaeoecology; farming; biogeography; chronology; radiocarbon dating; uncertainty and error.
Office: QC 4009
Research Interests: historical archaeology, French colonies, Atlantic colonial world, material culture studies, cultural interaction, colonial economies.
Office: QC 4019
Research Interests: Prehistoric Art, Art History, Indigenous Arts, Science and Technology, Philosophy of Science, History of Science.
Research Interests: Cultural Resources Management; Anthropological, Community, Contemporary, Indigenous and Public Archaeologies; Decolonization; Eastern Subarctic Cultural & Environmental History; Labrador Society & Culture.
Memorial University Research Chair, Northern Indigenous Community Archaeology
Office: QC 2010
Research Interests: post-medieval cultural encounters in the archaeological record between Labrador Inuit and Europeans, and interactions between Northeastern Indigenous populations over the past several Millennia; hunter-gatherers, ethnicity and identity, landscapes, settlement patterns, eastern Sub-Arctic.
Office: QC 4010
Research Interests: embodiment, place and landscape; hunter-fisher-gatherer social and economic relations; human-animal relations; imaginaries; childhood; sport; contemporary archaeology; Arctic.
Dr. Stuart C. Brown
Dr. Michael Deal
Dr. Sonja Jerkic
Dr. Peter E. Pope
Dr. Priscilla Renouf
Dr. James A. Tuck