Director: Dr. Nicholas Honerkamp
Dr. Honerkamp, the current Director of the Institute of Archaeology, assumed his post in December 1980 following the award of his Doctorate in Anthropology from the University of Florida. Honerkampís areas of expertise include urban and industrial archaeology and late prehistoric/historic sites. On most of the Institute's contract archaeological projects Honerkamp serves as Principal Investigator. Besides his administrative duties, Honerkamp teaches introductory anthropology and archaeology courses at UTC, including field schools in archaeology.
Archaeologist: Krista Jordan-Greene
Krista Jordan-Greene received her Master of Arts in Anthropology from the University of West Florida in 2007 and her B.A. from Indiana University. In addition to working on terrestrial sites in the Midwest, Utah, Florida, and Belize, Krista possesses extensive experience in Underwater Archaeology. Her main interests are in Maya Archaeology, Cave Archaeology, Spanish Colonial Shipwrecks, Maritime Landscape Theory, and Southeastern Archaeology.
Archaeologist: Jim Greene
Jim Greene specializes in Florida and Tennessee field studies. Jim has directed and supervised several excavations on British and Spanish colonial sites. He graduated from UTC in Anthropology and is receiving his Master of Science in Historical Archaeology from the University of West Florida. His main interests are in Spanish and British colonial architecture within the Southeastern United States and landscape perspectives in interpreting archaeological data.