Graduate Student (historical archaeology, digital modeling, spatial analysis)
historical archaeology, digital modeling, spatial analysis, architecture, methods of practice
Samantha Turley is a first-year PhD student in Anthropology at Vanderbilt. Her work focuses on the disruption and recreation of power structures in the Peruvian Early Colonial period, particularly through the lens of architecture. Samantha holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Rochester in Archaeology, Technology, and Historic Structures and a Bachelor of Music from the Eastman School of Music in Harp Performance. She has worked at various archaeological sites throughout New England, Ghana, and Peru.