Research

Pimería Alta Isotope ProjectCow tooth sampled for tooth enamel

2014-Present: Exploration range management using colonial livestock tooth enamel and bone collagen

With Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman and Alexander Ruff

Media coverage

Mission Guevavi Archaeological Field School

Nicole Mathwich in field

2013-2015: Excavations of the mission midden, ranching features, historic adobe structures, and Hohokam pithouses in partnership with the National Park Service, University of Arizona, and Desert, Inc.

Teaching Assistant and Faunal Analyst

Mathwich, Nicole. “Prehistoric and Historic Vertebrate Faunal Remains from Mission Los Santos Angeles de Guevavi, AZ EE:9:1(ASM), Santa Cruz County, Arizona.” In Archaeology at the Mission of Sorrows: Archaeological Test Excavations at the Guevavi Mission, AZ EE:9:1(ASM), Santa Cruz County, Arizona, 103–25. Technical Report 2015–12. Tucson, Arizona: Desert Archaeology, Inc., 2016.

Slade Ruin [AZ Q:15:1(ASM)]

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Faunal analysis of excavations of a Pueblo III site near Eager, Arizona.

Faunal analyst

Mathwich, Nicole (2017), “Zooarchaeological Analysis of Slade Ruin.” Technical report, on file, Arizona State Museum.

Santa Clara Historical Archaeological Field School

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2012 Excavations of  Mission Santa Clara’s neophyte quarters.

Teaching Assistant and Faunal Analyst

Panich, Lee M., Helga Afaghani, and Nicole Mathwich. “Assessing the Diversity of Mission Populations through the Comparison of Native American Residences at Mission Santa Clara de Asís.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 18, no. 3 (2014): 467–88. doi:10.1007/s10761-014-0266-1.