Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology
PhD, Arizona State University
Archaeology: Comparative Latin American Research, Ceramic Technology, Quantitative Methods, Ethnohistory
Lamar Hall 552 | 662-915-7421
Krista Eschbach received her B.A. and M.A. in anthropology from the University of West Florida where she specialized in the archaeology of the Southeastern U.S. Following her work as project director for archaeological investigations at the Port of Veracruz, Mexico, she went on to earn a Ph.D. in anthropology at Arizona State University. Her current work is focused on comparative archaeology of the Spanish borderlands of the Southeastern U.S. and the Gulf Lowlands of Mesoamerica (Mexico).
Eschbach’s research is focused on cross-cultural interaction and the mechanisms of social transformation in situations of migration, colonialism, and diaspora. She specializes in the application of archaeological science to the study of ceramic technology, as well as quantitative methods and analysis of colonial period documents.