Elizabeth Lynch

University of Wyoming

Elizabeth Lynch is an anthropological archaeologist. Her research uses 3D visualization, morphometric analysis, and Native American narratives to understand how ancient peoples created social spaces that tethered socio-cultural reproduction of knowledge to ancient canyon landscapes on the High Plains in Colorado and New Mexico.

She was awarded a Fulbright Teaching/Research Scholarship for 2023-2024 in which she will continue her work in community based engaged science and reliance post-hurricane Dorian (a multidisciplinary project funded by the Natural Infrastructure in the Caribbean – NICaR in Grand Bahama). Dr. Lynch is completing her post-doctoral research with the Hell Gap National Historical Landmark and teaches at the University of Wyoming.