Kristen Tiede

Tiede

Academic Interests: American History, History of Western US, Historical Archaeology

Status: MA

Previous Degree: (2015) B.S. in Anthropology from University of Idaho

Contact Info: kristen.m.tiede@gmail.com

Biography: Kristen is a second year MA student in Historical Archaeology whose interests include Historical Archaeology and History of the Western US. Her previous experience includes working as field director for her thesis work in the Rabbithole Mining District, working as a Research Assistant and Laboratory Manager on the Kooskia Internment Camp project, and working as a Public Archaeology Coordinator on the University of Idaho Campus Archaeology Project. Her thesis research is on a squatter community mining for gold at the remote Double O Mine during the Great Depression. 

Publications, Presentations, and Projects:

·         Article to be published in thematic issue of Historical Archaeology journal-Under Submission
"Caring for Their Prisoner Compatriots": Health and Dental Hygiene at the Kooskia Internment Camp

·         Paper presented at annual Northwest Anthropological Conference-March 2015, Eugene, OR-Fillings, False Teeth, and a Fluoride Tray: Dental Artifacts at the Kooskia Internment Camp

·         Paper presented at annual Society for Historical Archaeology Conference-Jan. 2015, Seattle, WA-"Caring for Their Prisoner Compatriots": Health and Dental Hygiene at the Kooskia Internment Camp