Justin Cramb is a doctoral candidate (ABD) in Anthropology at the University of Georgia. He specializes in the areas of Island and Coastal Archaeology, Zooarchaeology, Historical Ecology, and the Cultures of the South Pacific. Justin has studied Oceanic Societies for over eight years, and he has worked on archaeological field projects in Florida, Georgia, Michigan, and South Carolina as well as in Fiji, French Polynesia, and the Cook Islands. This includes pre-dissertation (2015) and dissertation (2017) research on the remote atolls of Manihiki and Rakahanga in the northern Cook Islands where he conducted archaeological survey and excavation as well as ethnographic interviews. Here at CAIS, Justin provides primary logistical design support, web design/management, media outreach, and data management for all aspects of the 2019 Radiocarbon and Archaeology conference, as well as other web-based projects. Justin is also working to coordinate and organize the 2019 Radiocarbon and Archaeology conference proceedings.
Job Title: Conference Coordinator
Phone Number: 706-542-1395
Highest Degree Earned: BS Anthropology