Kevin Hill

Education

B.A. Anthropology, Harvard

Areas of Interest

State formation during the Inca period, economic specialization, landscape archaeology, and the interplay between power and identity in the past. 

Profile

Kevin Hill grew up in Moorpark, California. He attended Harvard University where he received his B.A. in Anthropology with a focus in Archaeology and Biological Anthropology. As an undergraduate, he participated in fieldwork in the American Southwest. His undergraduate thesis focused on defensive architecture in the Mesa Verde area of Colorado and Utah. Kevin has also done fieldwork in the Titicaca Basin of Peru, where he plans to conduct his graduate research. At University of California Los Angeles, Kevin will be working with Charles Stanish (Professor of Anthropology and Cotsen Institute Director). His research interests include state formation during the Inca period, economic specialization, landscape archaeology, and the interplay between power and identity in the past.

Research

Field Experience 

Titicaca Basin of Peru

Advisors

Dr. Charles Stanish