Fraser D. Neiman

B.A., M.Phil, Ph.D., Yale University, 1990

Lecturer
Director of Archaeology, Monticello

Fraser Neiman is an archaeologist and Director of Archaeology at Monticello. His research interests include archaeological theory, quantitative methods, and the historical archaeology of the Chesapeake. His published research encompass diverse topics including the collapse of Classic Maya civilization, prehistoric group interaction in the upper Mississippi valley (BC 200-AD 600), and social relations in the 17th-century Chesapeake. Current research projects include the social dynamics behind consumerism, landscapes, and slave quarter architecture in the 18th-and early 19th-century Chesapeake. His course in historical archaeology emphasizes the use of archaeological analytical methods, and archaeological and architectural data to solve problems in the social history of the region up to 1860.

Department of Architectural History
fn9r@virginia.edu


 
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