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Jake Holland Lulewicz

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Of note:

2016  National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, $28,590

2016  Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant, UGA Graduate School, $1,000

2016  Fred Plog Memorial Fellowship, Society for American Archaeology, $1,000

2015  Student Paper Competition Winner, Southeastern Archaeological Conference

2015  Norman Herz Small Grant, UGA Center for Archaeological Sciences

2014  National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, Honorable Mention

Research Areas:
Research Interests:
  • Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Eastern North America
  • Social Networks
  • Political Systems and Collective Action
  • Regional Archaeology
  • Time and Temporality
  • Bayesian Chronological Modelling
  • Archaeological Theory
  • Archaeological Geophysics
Selected Publications:

Birch, Jennifer, Jacob Lulewicz, and Abigail Rowe
2016   A Comparative Analysis of the Late Woodland-Early Mississippian Settlement Landscape in Northern Georgia. Southeastern Archaeology 35(1).

Birch, Jennifer and Jacob Lulewicz
2015   Archaeological and Geophysical Investigations of Raccoon Ridge, a Transitional Late Woodland-Early Mississippian Village in the Georgia Piedmont. Early Georgia 42(2):89-103.


2012   B.A. Anthropology (Minor: Cultural Geography), Arizona State University

Articles Featuring Jake Holland Lulewicz

UGA Department of Anthropology's Jacob Holland-Lulewicz, Megan Conger, Travis Jones, Dr. Jennifer Birch, and Dr. Stephen Kowalewski published a recent paper in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology.

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