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Josué Nieves

Degree Conferred May 2021: PhD
Dissertation Title: "'These their women bear after them, with Corne, Acorns, Morters, and all bag and baggage they use:' An Archaeological History of Indigenous Households along the Rappahannock River, Virginia"

Josué graduated from Boston University earning a B.A. in 2012, double majoring in Archaeology and History. While at BU, Josué 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 William & Mary Josué 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.