Craig Arnold M.A., Assistant Director, Principal Investigator-Archaeology, Historian
Craig Arnold acts as Assistant Director for theIPFW-AS. Craig is listed as a Principal Investigator in both historic and prehistoric archaeology as well as a historian with the Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology. He holds bachelor degrees in history (BYU 1992) and anthropology (IPFW 2003). He received a M.A. from the University of Wyoming after completing a thesis focusing on intrasite spatial analysis of faunal remains at the Hanson site, a Paleoindian Folsom occupation in the Bighorn Mountains of northern Wyoming. His archaeological interests focus on hunter-gatherer subsistence and hunting strategies, historic and battlefield archaeology, geophysical investigative techniques, and public outreach archaeology.