Lindsay is a Ph.D. student focusing on the archaeology of the northern Southwest and eastern Great Basin. In particular, her research focuses on the Fremont (ca. AD 500 to 1300) and Promontory (ca. AD 1100 to 1600) cultures. Lindsay has worked at archaeological sites throughout Utah, including the Promontory Caves, Alkali Ridge, Wolf Village, and the Provo Tabernacle. Her specialty is faunal skeletal analysis, and Lindsay’s M.A. thesis focused on the possible explanations for significant differences in faunal use and hunting strategies at several sites occupied by the Promontory culture. Her dissertation work focuses on architecture, settlement organization, and structure use at several Fremont village and includes both excavation and analysis of museum collections. Her advisor is Cathy Cameron.