National Lecture Program

AIA Lecturer: William Keegan

Affiliation: Florida Museum of Natural History

Dr. William Keegan is Curator of Caribbean Archaeology and Chair of Anthropology with the Florida Museum of Natural History, and is Professor of Anthropology and Latin American Studies at  the University of Florida, as well as Affiliate Professor for the School of Natural Resources and the Environment.  His fields of study are Caribbean archaeology, economic and ecological anthropology, horticultural societies and farming systems, island archaeology, and the archaeology of West Indian and Eastern U.S.  He has participated in and directed archaeological excavations in Haiti (1995-present), the Turks and Caicos Islands (1978-present), Bahamas (1982-present), Grenada (1989, 1990), Grand Cayman (1993) and the Dominican Republic (1999).

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