Harold D. Drollinger
Mr. Drollinger is an archaeologist with over 30 years experience in archaeological research and cultural resource management. He has worked on and supervised various archaeological projects in Belize, Central America and in the Midwest, Southeast, Southwest, and southern Great Basin regions of the United States. Projects include the excavations of a mammoth, prehistoric hunter-gatherer campsites, prehistoric and historic pueblos, a Maya lithic workshop, historic and ethnohistoric AmericanIndian sites, early historic farmsteads and towns, and Cold War sites and events associated with nuclear weapons testing and nuclear rocket development. Areas of interest are lithic technology, craft specialization, rock art, spatial analysis, and site structure.
Research Interests and Areas of Expertise
- Anthropology and Archaeology Research
|M.A.||1989||Texas A&M University||Anthropology|
|B.S.||1981||Illinois State University||Social Sciences and Anthropology|
Publications & Presentations