Ph.D. in Archaeological Anthropology
Eli Dollarhide is a Ph.D. student in anthropological archaeology at NYU. He received his B.A., with Latin and departmental honors, from the College of William and Mary in 2013. Eli has participated in archaeological research projects in Virginia, the UK, Oman, and Iraqi Kurdistan. His dissertation research focuses on the establishment of increasingly complex socio-political centers in Bronze Age Oman (ancient Magan) and their relationships with smaller, contemporary settlements in surrounding areas. Eli maintains an active interest in the production and consumption of cultural heritage at museums, historic sites, and public archaeology projects.