Caroline Donovan '19 Travels to Hawaii & Tahiti for Archeaology Conferences

Caroline Donovan '19 is finishing her anthropology honors thesis at William & Mary and about to enter her senior season on the women’s lacrosse team. Her research focuses on recent gendered publishing patterns and occupational trends in Oceania Archaeology. This fall, she presented at both the Society for Hawaiian Archaeology Conference in Honolulu and an invitation-only CIRAP Archaeology Conference in Tahiti. In addition to completing her undergraduate degree, she is in the process of earning a one-year M.A. in Historical Anthropology and Archaeology.
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