Chris Dixon studied Classic Period Maya agricultural production and organization. She feels very fortunate to have worked at the Cerén site in El Salvador since 2005 with her dissertation advisor, Payson Sheets. Dixon’s research at the site focused on geophysical investigations and excavation of agricultural fields and the recent find of the Cerén sacbe (road). She also participated in archaeological projects in:
Chris has been hired by Pacific Lutheran University as Assistant Visiting Professor in Anthropology where she has held previous appoinments as an adjunct professor.