Jenna Coplin is an adjunct instructor of anthropology at Hofstra University. She is currently working toward a Ph.D. at The Graduate Center, CUNY, focusing on Joseph Lloyd Manor, American historical archaeology and public archaeology. She received a master’s degree in archaeology in 1998 from the University of Florida. Her past work focused on contact and pre-contact Native Americans, coastal adaptations, landscape and environmental studies, complexity and change. She also holds a Master of Business Administration in finance from Fordham University, which she received in 2001.
Her other work includes analysis of the antiquities market and work with the C.A. Pound Human Identification Laboratory. Ms. Coplin has worked with projects in Belize, Florida, Georgia and Long Island.