Other Archaeology Projects in Detroit (at Wayne State) 

Archaeological research in Detroit (at Wayne State) is not just focused on the archaeology of Detroit.  The Department of Anthropology has several active archaeological research projects in the Americas. Click on the links below to explore these exciting projects:

Survey and Landscape Archaeology on Montserrat – Co-directed by Krysta Ryzewski and John Cherry  (also on Facebook)

Inca-Caranqui Archaeological Project – Directed by Tamara Bray

Workers’ Row House (Corktown Archaeology Project) – Directed by Thomas W. Killion


Anthropology of the City

Similarly, research of Detroit is not just focused on archaeological practice, but spans all sub-fields of Anthropology. For more information about ongoing research focused on Detroit, visit the Anthropology of the City initiative’s webpage.