Faculty

CHiL fellows are found across campus, housed within units dedicated to the humanistic, social, natural, and computational sciences.

James M.L. Newhard

James Newhard, Director. 
Interests/Specializations: Aegean Prehistory, Landscape Studies, Mediterranean Archaeology, Geospatial Modeling, Lithic Analysis

Barbara Borg

Barbara Borg, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Interests/Specializations: Latin American Ethnohistory, Historical Archaeology of Mesoamerica, U.S. Midwest, and U.S. Southeast, Complex Societies, Cultural Ecology/Historical Geography, Anthropology of Gender

R. Grant Gilmore III

R. Grant Gilmore III, Director of Historic Preservation and Community Planning
Interests/Specializations: Comparative Colonial Archaeology and Architecture, artifact analyses (statistical, chemical etc.), Public Archaeology, Heritage Management, African Diaspora, Caribbean Landscapes, and Geographic Information Systems.

M. Scott Harris, Director of Archaeology
Interests/Specializations: Coastal Plain and Continental Shelf Stratigraphy, Seafloor Mapping, Landscape Evolution, Geoarchaeology, Habitat Delineation

Maureen Hays, Associate Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Interests/Specializations: Old World Archaeology, Prehistoric Art and Archaeological Methods, Prehistoric Hunters and Gatherers, Microscopic Lithic Usewear Analysis, Early Lowcountry Euroamerican Settlement

Norm Levine, Director of the SC GIS Lab and the Hazards Center
Interests/Specializations: Surficial Processes, Natural and Environmental Hazards, Geoarcheaology, Geospatial Informatics and Visualizations

Peter Piccione, Associate Professor of History
Interests/Specializations: Ancient Egypt, the Near East, Nubia and Cush; landscape archaeology; archaeological survey; satellite remote sensing; differential GPS mapping; and geographical information systems

Allison Sterrett-Krause, Assistant Professor of Classics
Interests/Specializations: Art and architecture of Greece and Rome; ancient topography and urban development; ancient technology and craft production; Roman social history; Roman North Africa; gender in antiquity.

James Ward, Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation
Interests/Specializations: Landscape studies and preservation, Southeastern US Historical Archaeology