Graduate Students

Over the years, I’ve worked closely with graduate students to guide and assist in their graduate projects, and on their journey as engaged scholars.

Current / In-Process Projects

Sara Temme:

Natalie Gardetto:

Sarah Smalley:

Noel Plemmons:

Completed Projects

Yarrow (Sarah) Geggus (MS): The Historical Ecology of Aridland Springs in the Desert National Wildlife Refuge/Nuwu/Nuwuvi Ancestral Territory, Nevada (June 2020):

Leah Rosenkranz (MS): The Intersectionality of History and Memory at Heritage Sites and Cultural Centers in the Pacific Northwest and Hawai’i (June 2020):

Cerinda Survant (MS): (Re)Presenting Stories on Living Lands: Public Presentation of Archaeology and Representation of Native Americans in Western U.S. Protected Areas (May 2016):

Bonnie Harvey (MS): Stewarding Our Mountains: A Program Evaluation of Place-Based Service Learning Along the Appalachian Trail (January 2016):

Kate Barcalow (MA): Contested Landscapes: An Analysis of Using the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) for Traditional Cultural Properties (TCPs) in the Western United States (December 2015):

Brian Lefler (MS): Nuwuvi (Southern Paiute) Ecological Knowledge of Piñon-Juniper Woodlands: Implications for Conservation and Sustainable Resource Use in Two Southern Nevada Protected Areas (May 2014):

Michael Kilman (MA): Community Media as a Forum for Resistance: The Case of The Romero Theater Troupe (March 2014):

Kendra Wendel (MS): Lifeblood of the Earth: Nuwuvi (Southern Paiute) Hydrological Knowledge and Perceptions of Restoration in Two Southern Nevada Protected Areas (February 2014):

Rachel Lahoff (MA): The Search for Interpretation Sovereignty: Accommodating Nuwuvi (Southern Paiute) Voice in Protected Area Interpretation (January 2014):