Faculty Profiles

Kathryn Krasinski

Assistant Professor
Anthropology

Alumnae Hall Room 214
516.877.4938
516.877.4717
KKRASINSKI@ADELPHI.EDU

General Information

Diplomas/Degrees

Diplomas/Degrees

Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno (2010)

M.A., University of Alaska Anchorage (2005)

B.A., New York University (2002)

Professional Experience

Professional Experience

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

PART TIME FACULTY 
Adelphi University 
Department of Anthropology

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR 
Fordham University 
Department of Sociology and Anthropology

SELECTED RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2016-present PI, Survey of Ahtna Traditional Cultural Properties, BT Wygal (co-PIs). Supported by Chickaloon Village Traditional Council.

2015-present Co-PI, Fish Creek Dena’ina Village, BT Wygal, Knik Tribe, F Seager-Boss, R Martin (co-PIs). Supported by Adelphi University.

2015-present Co-PI, Holzman Site-a Late Pleistocene site in the Tanana Valley, Alaska, BT Wygal, C Holmes and B Crass (Co-PIs). Supported by Adelphi University.

 

2013-2016 PI, Cottonwood Creek Dena’ina Village, Western Knik Arm, Alaska, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, F Seager-Boss, Knik Tribe (co-PIs). Supported by State of Alaska.

2011-2015 Co-PI, Archaeological Survey of the Volkmar Lake and Goodpaster River Areas, Tanana Valley, Alaska, Adelphi University, BT Wygal, YA Gomez Coutouly and RM Tedor (co-PIs). Supported by French Foreign Ministry.

2010-2015 Co-PI, Prehistoric Economic Adaptations and Cultural Chronology of the Susitna Valley, Talkeetna Alaska, Adelphi University, BT Wygal and F Seager-Boss (co-PIs). Supported by State of Alaska and Adelphi University.

2006-2009 Archaeologist, Archaeological Survey and Excavation of Denali National Park and Preserve, Denali National Park.             

2008 Research Assistant, Elephant taphonomy and Late Stone Age to Early Iron Age archaeology of Hwange National Park Archaeological, Zimbabwe.

 

SELECTED CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE

 2011-2016 Archaeologist Site Supervisor, Coastal Management Zone Survey, Cottonwood Creek Archaeological District National Register Nomination, land transfer surveys, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska.                                                      

2004-2005 Staff Archaeologist and Laboratory Manager, Summit Envirosolutions, Nevada.                                                                                       

2004 Field Archaeologist, Kautz Environmental Consultants, Nevada.                                        

2003 Field and Laboratory Technician, Amaknak Bridge Site, Museum of the Aleutians, Dutch Harbor.                                                           

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