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Dillane Jeffrey

Jeffrey Dillane

PhD Students
Department of Anthropology

Graduate Students


Long-term Settlement Change in the Trent River Drainage

My research interests include landscape and settlement archaeology of hunter-gatherers, the archaeology of Southern Ontario, GIS applications in archaeology, and the archaeology of death. My current research is focused on the changing settlement and landscape dynamics of the Trent Valley in Southern Ontario between 2000 BC and AD 1500. This period saw a significant number of changes in the local environment and in the social structure, subsistence economy, and settlement patterns of the inhabitants of this region.