Holley-Kline, Samuel

Grad Status: 
First Year Cohort

Hailing from Anchorage, Alaska, Sam Holley-Kline is a 2012 graduate of DePauw University. His undergraduate research projects focused on Teotihuacán and Mexican nationalism as well as depictions of history in secondary-school language textbooks. For the 2012-2013 academic year he conducted ethnographic research on daily practice, labor relations, and stakeholder groups in archaeological site of El Tajín, located on Mexico's Gulf Coast; he intends to continue that project in the near future. Sam's academic interests include Mexican archaeology, historical archaeology, cultural heritage, disciplinary histories, and ethnographic methods.