Anthropology

In its Honors Program the Anthropology Department awards Honors, High Honors, or Highest Honors to student research projects. The projects listed below have been defended successfully, and a copy of the thesis deposited in Swem Library.

Key:

  • Student, "Thesis" (Honors level)
    Committee Chair + Other Committee Members
2016-17
2015-16
2014-15
2013-14
2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
  • Catherine Bailey, "A Case Study of Land and Water Distribution in Canada Alamosa: Individual and Community Agency in the Territorial Frontier of Southwestern New Mexico" (High Honors)
    Danielle Moretti-Langholtz + William Fisher and Camille Wells
  • Michael Fedore, "An Absolute Seriation of Ceramics from the Chickahominy River in the Middle and Late Woodlands Periods" (Honors)
    Martin Gallivan + Danielle Moretti-Langholtz and Jim Axtell
  • Brent Fortenberry, "Architectural Precedent and Liminal Space at James Fort, Jamestown, Virginia" (High Honors)
    Julie Ernstein + Fred Smith, William Kelso and Carl Lounsbury
  • Erin Kuykendall, "'...protecting its worldly goods from thieves': A Study of Locks and Lock Parts from Jamestown, Virginia and Its Hinterland" (Highest Honors)
    Julie Ernstein + Fred Smith and James Whittenburg
  • Travis Parno, "A Case for Catholicism: A Contextual Study of Religious Small-Finds from Historic James Fort, Jamestown, Virginia" (High Honors)
    Fred Smith + Martin Gallivan and William Kelso
2004-05
  • Megan Edwards
    Joanne Bowen + Audrey Horning and Barbara Carson
  • Maria Fashing
    Joanne Bowen + Audrey Horning and Jim Whittenberg
  • George Kamide
    William Fisher + Regina Root and Lisa Sedrez
  • Margaret Robinson
    Michael Blakey + Virginia Kerns and Laurie Sanderson
  • Sarah Tolbert
    Martin Gallivan + Danielle Moretti-Langholtz andTom Linneman
  • Angela Woolard
    William Fisher + Brad Weiss and Timmons Roberts