Anna Jeanne Camp
Academic Interests: Prehistoric Archaeology, Prehistoric Textiles, Ethnographic Basketry, Fiber and Perishables Analysis, Paleobotany, Public Outreach, and Multimedia and Archaeology
Status: Ph.D. Student
Previous Degrees: MA (2009) Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography: Anna is a Ph.D. Candidate. Her Master's thesis examined prehistoric settlement patterns around Lake Lahontan, Nevada through site distribution and the lithic record. She has experience in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) in both prehistoric and historic archaeology and has worked in the Great Basin and California. Her dissertation research focuses on the distribution, continuities and discontinuities of Catlow Twine basketry technology in the Great Basin and its use as a marker of cultural boundaries.
- 2009 Pre-Archaic Occupations in the West Arm of the Black Rock Desert. Unpublished Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno.
- 2008 Adams, Kenneth D., Ted Goebel, Kelly Graf, Geoffrey M. Smith, Anna J. Camp, Richard W. Briggs, and David Rhode. Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Lake-Level Fluctuations in the Lahontan Basin, Nevada: Implications for the Distribution of Archaeological Sites. Geoarchaeology 23(5):608-643.