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Matt Colvin

Doctoral Candidate
Research Assistant- Center for Applied Isotope Studies

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Of note:


2018   Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant- National Science Foundation

2016   Ethics Bowl winner- 81st Annual Meeting of The Society for American Archaeology

2015   Norman Herz Student Research Grant

2011   Texas State Anthropology Student Travel Grant


B.S. Anthropology- Texas State University (San Marcos)

M.A. Anthropology- Texas State University (San Marcos)


Selected Publications:

Matthew Colvin and Victor Thompson 2017. A Procession of Faces: Considering the Materiality of Relational Ontologies in Southern Florida. In Dynamic Worlds. Edited by Sarah Baires and Melissa Baltrus. Lexington Books.

Nate Lawres and Matthew H. Colvin 2017. Presenting the First Chronometric Dates From Big Mound City, Florida. Florida Anthropologist

Thompson, Victor D., Thomas J. Pluckhahn, Matthew H. Colvin, Justin Cramb, Katherine Napora, J. Jacob Lulewicz, and Brandon Ritchison. 2017 Plummets, Public Ritual, and Interaction Networks in Florida. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology (48):193-206.

Speakman, Robert J., Carla S. Hadden, Matthew H. Colvin, Justin Cramb, K.C. Jones, Travis W. Jones, Corbin L. Kling, Isabelle Lulewicz, Katharine G. Napora, Katherine L. Reinberger, Brandon T. Ritchison, Maria Jose Rivera-Araya, April K. Smith and Victor D. Thompson. 2017. Choosing a Path to the Ancient World in a Modern Market: The Reality of Faculty Jobs in Archaeology. American Antiquity (1-12).

Matthew H. Colvin and Jake Lulewicz 2016. Recent Geophysical and Archaeological Work at Buckhead (9CH150), Ossabaw Island, Georgia. Early Georgia 44(1):155-159.

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