Anthropology Faculty and Staff

Photo Not Available Julia E. Hammett
Anthropology Professor

Received her Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology from San Jose State University (1980) and her Master of Arts and Doctoral degrees in anthropology from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1986 and 1991, respectively) with specialties in North American paleoethnobotany, ecological anthropology, and North American archaeology.

She has conducted research in four regions of North America: the Southwest, California, the Southeast, and the Great Basin. Her research combines ecological, archaeological, and historical data to investigate prehistoric and historic landscapes and traditional land use patterns. Currently she conducts research in the San Francisco Bay Area in cooperation with the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe and Stanford University.

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