Research and Travel Grants for 2022
In 2022 AAHS awarded $9,292 in Research and Travel Grants to 12 individuals from 9 Universities.
Mark Agostini (Brown University), $1000 for the project titled Reconstructing Ancestral Pueblo Communities: A Collaborative Archaeological Partnership at Perage, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico.
Robert Bischoff (Arizona State University), $1000 for the project titled Comparing Material Culture Networks in the Western Pueblo Region.
Maxwell Forton (Binghamton University), $992 for the project titled Markers of Liminal Space: Rock Imagery in Corridors of Movement at Chaco Canyon.
Danielle Huerta (UC Santa Cruz), $1000 for the project titled From River Valley Ranchos to Mesa Top Refuges: A Regional Analysis of Late Rio Grande Glaze Ware Sociotechnical Change, A.D.1598-1700.
Victoria Monagle (University of New Mexico), $1000 for the project titled Dogs in Transition: the human-canid connection in the Middle Rio Grande of New Mexico, C.E. 600-1200.
Caitlin Wichlacz (Arizona State University), $1000 for the project titled Reassembling Salado: Salado Polychrome Ceramics in the Phoenix Basin, ca. 1300-1450 CE.
Genevieve Woodhead (University of New Mexico), $1000 for the project titled The Effect of Local-Newcomer Interactions on Ceramic Practice in Chaco Canyon.
Kelsey Hanson (University of Arizona), $500 for travel to the 87th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Chicago, Illinois.
Christopher Schwartz (Northern Arizona University), $500 for travel to Viejo Casas Grandes in Chihuahua.f
Emily Swett (University of Nevada, Las Vegas), $500 for travel to the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff to review a significant portion of the Catclaw Cave assemblage.
Robert Weiner (University of Colorado), $500 for travel to the 87th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Chicago, Illinois.
Aaron Young (University of Arizona), $300 for travel to the American Association of Biological Anthropologists annual meeting in Denver, Colorado.