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Christina J. Hodge

Christina J. Hodge cjhodge
Personal bio
I recently joined the Archaeology Center as Academic Curator and Collections Manager for the Stanford University Archaeology Collections, working to steward these diverse cultural items and support their engagement across campus and beyond. I earned an AB degree from Harvard University in anthropology and an MA in archaeological heritage management and PhD in historical archaeology from Boston University. I arrive after many years in curation, repatriation, university engagement, and community collaboration at Harvard’s Peabody Museum, where I co-directed the Harvard Yard Archaeology Project. While there, I also developed courses in repatriation, museum ethics, material history, and archaeological methods. My first book, Consumerism and the Emergence of the Middle Class in Colonial America, was published in 2014. I am currently working on several material culture-based projects on identity, consumerism, and the tensions between individual and institutional authority in early America, as well as on the social roles and pedagogical potential of museum collections.

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