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Anthony BoucherAnthony Boucher

Ph.D. student, Anthropology, Univ. of Florida
M.A., Anthropology, Univ. of Florida, 2017
B.A., Anthropology, Univ. of Florida, 2015

Background and Research Interests

Anthony’s master’s thesis reported on the results of a shovel-test survey that documented the remnants of Dennis Creek Mound (8LV41) and the 250-meter stretch of land between it and Shell Mound (8LV42), a Woodland Period civic-ceremonial center on Florida’s northern Gulf Coast. More generally, his work examined the deep histories of practice embedded within the landscape prior to and after the abandonment of Shell Mound. 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. His research interests also include social landscapes, phenomenology, place-making, and monumentality.

Current Research Projects

For his dissertation, Anthony will be working at Kitt’s Isle, a largely undocumented shell-mound site located in the middle St. Johns region of northeast Florida.

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