Atkins Spivey, Ashley
Degree conferred, May 2017: PhD
Dissertation title: "Knowing the River, Working the Land, and Digging for Clay: Pamunkey Indian Subsistence Practices and the Market Economy 1800-1900"
Current Position: Executive Director with advocacy organization, tribal liaison, William & Mary affiliated scholar
Office: Washington Hall 105
Areas of Specialization: Cultural anthropology, American Indians, museology, life history; North America
Williams Wertz, Gail
Scholar in Residence
Degree conferred, May 2013: PhD
Dissertation: "The Nottoway of Virginia: A Study of Peoplehood and Political Economy, c.1775-1875"
Current position: Faculty, American University; W&M Affiliated Scholar