Josue Nieves

Year entered: 2013
Degree sought: PhD
Email: [[e|jrnieves]]
Research interests: Historical Archaeology, Native American Studies, Contact Period History, Ethnohistory, Colonialism, Landscapes, Spatial Analysis, Household Archaeology

Background
Josue graduated from Boston University earning a B.A. in 2012, double majoring in Archaeology and History. While at BU, Josue participated in two field school programs: The Mohegan Archaeological Field School in Uncasville, CT (Summer 2011) and the Proyecto Arqueológico San Bartolo-Xultun in the Petén, Guatemala (Spring 2012).

While attending the College of William and Mary Josue has worked for various local archaeological projects, including George Washington's Ferry Farm public archaeology program, Fort Eustis' Cultural Resources Department, and the Kiskiack Archaeological Field School.