- PhD Student- Archaeology
Emily Eklund’s research is focused on the Bronze Age mobile pastoralists of Central Asia. She is interested in studying the networks created by mobile peoples, within their communities and between their communities and the landscape surrounding them through the use of social network analysis, monumentality, and landscape archaeology. Emily has had the opportunity to not only work on several projects in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Mongolia, but she has also been working professionally as an archaeologist in cultural resource management for five years throughout the Midwest and Northeast United States.
Degrees and EducationMA - Anthropology - University of Buffalo, SUNY, Buffalo (2019)
BA - Archaeology & German - University of Wisconsin La Crosse, La Crosse (2015)