Dr. William Taylor

Curator of Archaeology, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
(Ph.D., University of New Mexico)
Dr. Taylor’s research focuses on the relationship between humans and animals, with a topical focus on horses and animal domestication, and a technical emphasis on archaeozoology, glacial archaeologyarchaeological science, and emerging technologies. He has ongoing field projects in the Great Plains and the American Southwest as well as Mongolia and the Steppes of Central Asia. He also conducts museum collections research in China, Australia, and South America.

Dr. Jennifer Shannon

Curator of Anthropology, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
(Ph.D., Cornell University)

Interests: Anthropology of Museums and Museum Ethnography; Indigenous Rights and Representation; Contemporary Indigeneity and Settler Colonialism; Anthropology of Experts, Media and Knowledge Production; Anthropology of Tourism and Cultural Production; Ethics and Collaborative Practice; Native North America and Caribbean.

Jen Shannon's website