Not currently a member of any working groups.
Details about Molly Odell and linked projects and collaborations.
I am a graduate student in archaeology. My research interests include human-environment dynamics, the North Pacific, the North Atlantic, zooarchaeology, and maritime economies. My dissertation research examines the role that shellfish played in buffering seasonal periods of food shortage throughout the prehistory of the Kodiak Archipelago using an evolutionary ecology framework.
Molly Odell's resumé/CV is available here.
University of Washington
Department of Anthropology
Box 353100, M-32 Denny Hall
United States of America
Molly Odell is currently leading 1 GHEA project:
Molly Odell is currently collaborating on 2 GHEA projects
Molly Odell is currently not leading any GHEA products.