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Krystal Britt

Graduate Student

Anthropology

Building:

BSB 2102

Address:

1007 W. Harrison Street

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Krystal Britt CV

Selected Grants

The Rust Family Foundation, Archaeology Grant Program, Principal Investigator

National Science Foundation, Subsidized Programs at the Elemental Analysis Facility, Principal Investigator

Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, Research Grant, Principal Investigator

Selected Publications

2016   Heitman, Carrie C., William Parkinson, Krystal Britt, Jamie Kelly, Karin Dalziel, and Jessica Dusaault. “Ohio Hopewell: Ancient Crossroads of the American Midwest.”

Professional Leadership

Facilities Committee Chair 2017-2018, Second City Anthropology Conference, UIC

Treasurer 2015-2017, Graduate Anthropology and Geography Association, UIC Department of Anthropology

Conference Co-Chair, Facilities Chair 2015-2016, Second City Anthropology Conference, UIC

Public Relations Committee 2013-2014, Second City Anthropology Conference, UIC

Notable Honors

2018, The Charles Reed Fund, University of Illinois at Chicago

2016, Chancellor's Graduate Research Award, University of Illinois at Chicago

2012, Al and Judy Blitz Archaeology Scholarship, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago

Education

2015 PhD. Candidate, University of Illinois at Chicago
2014 M.A. Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago
2012 B.A. Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago
2012 B.A. Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago

Professional Memberships

2015-PresentSociety for American Archaeology

2014-PresentArizona Archaeological and Historical Society

Selected Presentations

2018 Krystal Britt, Claire S. Barker, Samantha Fladd, and Danielle R. Soza. Sunset at Rock Art Ranch: Human Use and Occupation of the Middle Little Colorado River Valley before the Homol’ovi Settlement Cluster. Paper to be presented at the 83rd annual Society for American Archaeology (Washington D.C.) in symposium entitled: Learning from Homol’ovi: Papers in Honor of E. Charles Adams and Richard C. Lange

2017  Krystal Britt. Migration, Interaction, and Community Formation in the Middle Little Colorado River Valley, Northern Arizona. Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Presentation. University of Illinois at Chicago.

2017 Krystal Britt. Ceramic Production and Community Formation in the Middle Little Colorado River Valley, Northern Arizona. Paper presented at the 82nd annual Society for American Archaeology (Vancouver).

2016 Krystal Britt. Pithouses, Pueblos, and the Multi-Kiva Site: Regional Settlement Patterns in the Middle Little Colorado River Valley of Northern Arizona. Paper presented at the 4th annual Second City Anthropology Conference (Chicago).

2015 Krystal Britt and Richard Lange. The Multi-Kiva Site: A New Perspective on the Pueblo III Period Occupation of the Middle Little Colorado River Valley. Paper presented at the 80th annual Society for American Archaeology (San Francisco) in symposium entitled: Homol’ovi: A Gathering Place.

2015 Krystal Britt, Carolyn Heitman, Jamie Kelly, William Parkinson, and James Brown. Bringing the Past to the Public: The Ohio Hopewell Digital Initiative. Paper presented at the 59th annual Midwest Archaeology Conference (Milwaukee).

Research Currently in Progress

2018   Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency Field Operations; World War II Recovery Mission; Philippines

2017-2018     Ceramic geochemical analysis (LA-ICP-MS). Elemental Analysis Facility. The Field Museum of Natural History