Dr. Hammerstedt is an Archaeologist III with the Oklahoma Archeological Survey.  While working on his PhD at Penn State University, he directed field schools at the Annis site, a Mississippian mound site in Kentucky.  His major research interests are social organization, monumental architecture, experimental archaeology, ceramic analysis, political economy, and settlement patterns.

Dr. Regnier is an Archaeologist III with the Oklahoma Archeological Survey.  While working on her PhD at the University of Alabama, she directed field schools at the Matthew’s Landing site, a Mississippian mound site in Alabama.   Her major research interests are Caddoan archaeology, Mississippian and Protohistoric social coalescence, ceramic analysis, archaeological theory, and multivariate statistical analysis.

Dr. Livingood is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology.  While working on his PhD at the University of Michigan, he directed investigations at the Pevey site, a Mississippian mound site in Mississippi.  His major research interests are social and political change in the late prehistoric southeast; origins of social inequality, complex societies, ceramics, computer and quantitative methods in archaeology.

Scott Hammerstedt, PhD

Amanda Regnier, PhD

Patrick Livingood, PhD

Project Directors

2008 Summer Field School in Archaeology

Sponsored by the Department of Anthropology and the Oklahoma Archeological Survey

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