Bridget, Senior Archaeologist, has 20 years of experience in professional archaeology. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from UC Davis in 2002 and her Master’s degree in Anthropology from CSU Sacramento in 2009. Her regional focus is California and the Great Basin, especially the eastern Sierra Nevada, and her current research interests include desert adaptations, protohistoric/post-contact resource and land-use patterns, Native American participation in wage labor economies, ethnohistory, and the use of legacy collections. She has authored or contributed to numerous technical reports, and regularly presents at regional professional conferences.
Bridget’s Featured Publications
Historical Shifts in Native American Subsistence Strategies: An Examination of Store Ledgers from Owens Valley. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 34(2):145-159.