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Max Cameron

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PhD Advisor:

Robert A. Rubinstein

Max Cameron

Ph.D. Student, Anthropology Department

Highest degree earned

B.A., State University of New York, Oswego


Max Cameron is an archaeology doctoral student in the Anthropology Department at Syracuse University. Max earned a B.A. in anthropology at the State University of New York at Oswego where he studied anthropology, history and geology.

Following graduation from Oswego, Max worked in New England and Oklahoma with Heritage Consultants inc. and the United States Forest Service respectively. Max’s primary research interest centers on applying scaling theory to investigate how fortifications on the frontier of America during the 18th century were organized structurally compared to fortifications in urban centers. Secondarily, Max is interested in archaeological studies of colonialism, capitalism and agency-informed approaches to modeling human interactions using GIS.