Scott Ortman (Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado Boulder) is an archaeologist who works on demography and settlement patterns in the US Southwest, and on human development from an anthropological and complex systems perspective (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Luís M. A. Bettencourt (Mansueto Institute, University of Chicago) is an urban scientist, originally trained in Theoretical Physics, who works on interdisciplinary models and theory of settlements and cities and processes of innovation and development in human societies (email@example.com)
Michael E. Smith (School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University) is an archaeologist who works on households and communities at Aztec sites and Teotihuacan, and on comparative urbanism (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Jose Lobo (School of Sustainability, Arizona State University) is an urban economist who works on the relationship between agglomeration and innovation, and also researches the social processes behind human congregation (Jose.Lobo@asu.edu)..
Laura L. Scheiber (Bighorn Archaeology, LLC) is an archaeologist who specializes in hunter-gatherer communities in the North American Plans and Rocky Mountains with a focus on historical and social landscapes of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (email@example.com).
Rob Wiseman (Cambridge Archaeological Unit, University of Cambridge) is an archaeologist who specializes in the archaeology of the British Isles from the Bronze Age through Roman periods, and on applications of cognitive science in archaeology (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Kaitlyn Davis (Department of Anthropology, Northern Arizona University) is an archaeologist who works on inter-ethnic and inter-regional interaction in the Protohistoric US Southwest (Kaitlyn.E.Davis@colorado.edu).
Jessica Hedgepeth-Balkin (Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado Boulder) is an archaeologist who works on agricultural ecology in southern Mesoamerica (jessica.hedgebalkin@Colorado.EDU).
Rudy Cesaretti (School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University) is a graduate student in archaeology who works on Medieval European and Mesoamerican urbanism (Rudolf.Cesaretti@asu.edu).
Zach Cooper (Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado Boulder) is a graduate student in archaeology who specializes in ancient migrations and native North American archaeology (email@example.com).
Olivia Bulik (Department of Classics, University of Colorado Boulder) is a recent graduate of the Classics Department who specializes in Greek and Roman archaeology and literature (firstname.lastname@example.org).