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Emily Schwalbe

Archaeologist 

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Education:
Master’s Degree, Maritime Archaeology from East Carolina University

Responsibilities:
Documenting and researching the H.L. Hunley as well as identifying the potential for and assisting with external archaeological projects.

Research interest:
Include gender archaeology, maritime history and archaeology of the Southeastern United States, and 19th century ship construction methods.

Publications:
“The Predicament of Traditional Femininity: A Gender Material Culture Analysis of Civil War Blockade Runners”, applied a theory of gender archaeology to artifact assemblages of Civil War blockade runners entering the ports of Charleston and Wilmington.

Professional society activity:
Member, Register of Professional Archaeologists

Additional Information:
Emily is also a AAUS scientific diver, a PADI Divemaster, holds a closed circuit rebreather certification, and is a DAN Emergency Management Provider Instructor.