Wolf, John


John Wolf (B.A., M.A., Anthropology, Portland State University 1991, 1994; Ph.D. candidate, Anthropological Sciences, Stanford). Research interests include: Social and household archaeology, the emergence of social authority and stratification, the organization of labor and systems of economic production, complexity theory, the peopling of the Americas, and Oceanic navigation. John's regions of study are the Pacific Basin and the Pacific New World (Coast to Cordillera). He has conducted field surveys and excavations in the U.S. Pacific Northwest in the South Pacific (Kingdom of Tonga), and in the Peruvian Andes.