RIVERSIDE-THE FARNSLEY MOREMEN LANDING
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Riverside Archaeology
The archaeology crew that works at Riverside is made up of professional archaeologists and students. The professionals work for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, which is jointly administered by the Kentucky Heritage Council and the University of Kentucky. They have extensive experience working with the public and school groups. Some students from the University of Louisville work with the professional archaeologists at Riverside. These students are in the process of earning their Bachelor degrees and are being trained work with the public in archaeology.

Kentucky Archaeological Survey
Diane Hampe ~ Diane has an MA in Art History from the University of Louisville. She participated in the U of L archaeology field school in 2007 at Farmington. This is her first year working with the Building Blocks of History Program
 
Aaron Nusz ~ Aaron is a field technician of the Riverside Archaeology Program. He is originally a native of New Haven, Kentucky, but has spent most of his life in Louisville. A graduate of Trinity High School class of 1998, he earned his B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Louisville in 2004. He is currently working on his M.A. degree in Humanities from the Univeristy of Louisville. Aaron is a field archaeologist for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey. He has been working at Riverside since his internship with the Kentucky Archaeological Survey in the spring of 2003. Aaron is currently a field tech working on several KAS projects.
 
Eden Ransdell ~ I'm from Milltown IN. I'm graduating with my BA in December, with majors in Spanish and Anthropology, and minors in Religious Studies and Russian Studies. I did field school at Farmington in 2007.
 
Lori Stahlgren ~ Lori is a staff archaeologist at the Kentucky Archaeological Survey and is assistant director of the Riverside Archaeology Program. She is a native of Virginia, but has lived in Louisville most of her life and graduated from Assumption High School. She has a B.A. in Photojournalism from Western Kentucky University, a Law Degree from the University of Louisville, an M.A. in Anthropology from Northern Arizona University, and is a PhD candidate in Anthropology at Syracuse University. She has been a part-time lecturer at the University of Louisville. Lori specializes in historical archaeology and is particularly interested in the archaeology of plantations and slavery. She has worked at many archaeological sites in the area and she is the archaeologist for Farmington historic home. She is also interested in historic preservation issues and serves on the Louisville Historical League board of directors and assists Metro Louisville. Previously she worked at the Jefferson County Office of Historic Preservation and Archives. Lori, who has always had a strong interest in historic preservation, became enamored with archaeology after she volunteered to wash artifacts during a Kentucky Archaeological Survey project!
 
Jay Stottman ~ Jay is the director of the Riverside Archaeology Program. He is a native of Louisville, who graduated from Male Traditional High School. He earned a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Louisville and an M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Kentucky. Jay is currently working on his PhD from the University of Kentucky. He is a full-time staff archaeologist for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey and part-time lecturer at the University of Louisville. He has been working at Riverside since 1995 and co-developed the Building Blocks of History field trip program. Jay has a specialty in historical archaeology. He is interested in studying plantations, farmsteads, urban sites, and public archaeology. He has also taken an interest in historic preservation, by serving on the Louisville Metro Landmarks Commission and as president of the Louisville Historical League. Jay has worked at many archaeological sites throughout Louisville and Kentucky, such as Farmington, Locust Grove, Blackacre,
 
Rebekah Temple ~ Rebekah is a native of Louisville, who graduated from Jeffersontown High School. She first became interested in archaeology at a young age. Rebekah enjoys exploring the past cultures of the world and how people lived in an everyday environment. She decided to pursue her interest and make it a career. She earned a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Louisville and plans to seek an M.A. degree in the future. She is a full-time archaeologist and laboratory supervisor in Louisville for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey. Rebekah has been working at Riverside since 2002. She has also worked at archaeological sites throughout Louisville, Kentucky, and Indiana, such as Farmington, Portland Wharf, Squire Earick House, Farnsley-Kaufman House, Indiana Army Ammunition Plant, and others.
 
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