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Anthony BoucherAnthony Boucher

M.A. student, Anthropology, Univ. of Florida
B.A., Anthropology, Univ. of Florida, 2015

Background and Research Interests

In 2015, Anthony entered the Ph.D. program in anthropology at the University of Florida. His research interests include coastal archaeology, lithic technologies, pottery technologies, long distance exchange networks, ritual, and communal gatherings. As an undergraduate, Anthony focused primarily on lithic debitage and biface analysis from assemblages recovered by the LSA from Archaic and Woodland period sites around Florida. Along with his laboratory experience, Anthony has also accompanied the LSA in multiple field expeditions on both the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts of Florida and has been focusing his work on the assemblages recovered from the past two field seasons (2014-2015) of the Lower Suwannee Archaeological Survey (LSAS).

Current Research Projects

For his Master’s thesis, Anthony will continue his work on the assemblages recovered from the LSAS and the possible evidence of large scale communal gathering or feasting at the Mid-Late Woodland period Shell Mound site located on Florida’s Gulf Coast.

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