Rico, Trinidad (Currently on leave)
- Associate Professor and Director of CHAPS; Associate Member of Graduate Faculty, Department of Anthropology.
- Department of Art History- Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies
- Ph.D. (Anthropology) Stanford University
- Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies
- Assistant Director CHAPS & Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty
- Art History/CHAPS
- Ph.D. (Anthropology) Brown University
- Dr Woodhouse-Beyer’s research interests include cultural heritage studies, historical archaeology, cultural resource management, Native North American ethnography and archaeology, circumpolar ethnography and archaeology, museology and material culture studies, ethnohistory; European archaeology (Bronze Age - Early Medieval), archaeological conservation, archaeology of gender, ethnicity, and colonialism; public archaeology; heritage and tourism; anthropological and archaeological ethics; anthropology and archaeology of death.