Dr. Diane Wallman

Dr. Wallman is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of South Florida in Tampa. She is a historical archaeologist who works on sites associated with Atlantic Slavery. As a zooarchaeologist, her research focuses on issues of human-environment dynamics during the colonial period in the Caribbean, Southeastern United States, and West Africa. 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Historic Archaeology

Community Archaeology

Archaeology of the African Diaspora

Atlantic Slavery

Environmental Archaeology

Human-Environment Interaction

Zooarchaeology

Diet and Foodways

Regions

Southeastern United States

Caribbean

West Africa

EDUCATION

May 2014

University of South Carolina

Ph.D. Anthropology

May 2009

Washington State University

M.A. Anthropology

May 2003

Skidmore College

B.A. Anthropology with a Minor in Environmental Studies

TEACHING

Archaeology

Historical Archaeology 

Archaeological Theory 

Zooarchaeology

Caribbean Archaeology

Archaeology of the Anthropocene

University of South Florida

Department of Anthropolgy

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