Sarah Clayton

My research is funded by the National Science Foundation, and last year I was awarded a Thomas Jefferson Grant from the French American Cultural Exchange Program under the “Make our Planet Great Again” initiative. This award supports my project “An archaeological and paleoenvironmental study of urban and agrarian sustainability in the Basin of Mexico,” which is a collaboration with colleagues at the Université Paris 1.

Project: https://www.anthropology.wisc.edu/research-2/

 

  1. Clayton, Sarah C. (2020) “The Collapse of Teotihuacan and the Regeneration of Epiclassic Societies: a Bayesian Approach.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 59:101203.
  2. Clayton, Sarah C. “Reexamining ‘uniformity’ at Teotihuacan: Identity, handcrafting, and mass production in household ritual.” Res: Anthropology and aesthetics 71-72, (Spring-Autumn 2019): 16-24.