Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica 27(1): 213-220

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Interview with Professor Ashley Dumas – University of West Alabama

Prof. Ashley Dumas has a rich career and a significant scientific repertory. A graduate of the University of South Alabama (1996), Prof. Dumas earned her Ph.D. from the University of Alabama in 2007 with the topic “The Role of Salt in the Late Woodland to Mississippian Transition in Southwest Alabama.”

She later served as an assistant researcher at the Center for Archaeological Studies, and as an Assistant Instructor, at the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work, University of South Alabama.

Between 2009 and 2014 she was Assistant Director of the Black Belt Museum in the Division of Educational Outreach and Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the Department of History and Social Sciences, University of West Alabama. Afterwards, until 2016, she held the position of Assistant Professor of Anthropology, at the Department of History and Social Sciences, Director of the Fort Tombecbe Archaeological Site, and Curator of Archeology with the Black Belt Museum, University of West Alabama. She is currently an Associate Professor of Anthropology, at the Department of History and Social Sciences, Director of the Fort Tombecbe Archaeological Site and Curator of Archeology with the Black Belt Museum, University of West Alabama.

 

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