There is no shortage of information produced by members of the Nathan “Nate” Harrison Historical Archaeology Project. With one book, multiple articles, eight graduate student theses, over 1,000 pages in eight technical reports, and a complete online artifact catalog, people who say they can’t get enough of our work will be tested to see if that is really true. Furthermore, the 2020-21 “Born a Slave, Died a Pioneer” exhibit at the San Diego History Center is a focal point of the yearlong celebration that commemorates the centennial of Harrison’s passing in 1920.
Dr. Seth Mallios is Professor of Anthropology, University History Curator, and Director of the South Coastal Information Center at San Diego State University. An archaeologist, anthropologist, and historian, Professor Mallios received his BA from the University of California, Berkeley and his MA and PhD from the University of Virginia. Dr. Mallios previously served as Site Supervisor at the 1607 James Fort archaeological site in Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in the Americas. Since moving to San Diego in 2001, Professor Mallios has spearheaded six local research projects: The San Diego Gravestone Project, The Lost Murals of San Diego State Project, The Nathan “Nate” Harrison Historical Archaeology Project, The Whaley House Historical Archaeology Project, The San Diego Archaeological Geographic Information System, and The Historical Archaeology of Local Rock 'n' Roll. Dr. Mallios has published ten books, dozens of articles, and garnered nearly $2 million in over 90 extramural grants, contracts, and awards.
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