Elizabeth Hora

Utah State Historic Preservation Office

Elizabeth Hora is Public Archaeologist at the Utah State Historic Preservation Office. Her work focuses on bringing science-based interpretations of archaeological data to the public and finding ways to Protect the Past at Utah’s archaeological sites. Her current research, funded in part by the Utah Rock Art Research Association, examines Fremont social organization in the northern reaches of the Uinta Basin. She lives in Interlaken, Utah with her husband, Rhett, her preschooler Asa, and their dog Tycho Brahe.