Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Ashley Hampton received a B.A. and M.A. in anthropology from Florida Atlantic University, and a Ph.D in anthropology, with a focus in archaeology, from the University of Montana. Hampton is also a 2023-2024 Networking Archaeological Data and Communities (NADAC) scholar. Her current research is centered on household archaeology in the Mid-Fraser Canyon of British Columbia, Canada, focusing on changes in use of space throughout the life-history of a singular housepit (HP54) at the Bridge River Archaeological Site located in the traditional territory of the St’át’imc Nation. Research interests and specializations include spatial analysis, gender/identity archaeology, archaeology in pop culture, and ways to transform large-scale datasets into meaningful representations for public outreach and community-driven storytelling.
Hampton, Ashley and Anna Marie Prentiss
2020 "Manifesting Membership: Understanding Changing Feature and Lithic Spatial Patterns within Housepit 54, Bridge River site, British Columbia". In Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau, Molly Carney, James A. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, eds. Pp. 203-226. Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir 19
Prentiss, Anna Marie, Ethan Ryan, Ashley Hampton, Kathryn Bobolinski, Pei-Lin Yu, Matthew Schmader, and Alysha Edwards
2022 Household Archaeology at the Bridge River Site (EeRl4), British Columbia: Spatial Distributions of Features, Lithic Artifacts, and Faunal Remains on Fifteen Anthropogenic Floors From Housepit 54. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, UT.
Society for American Archaeology
Appointed to the Faculty2023
Ph.D., University Of Montana
M.A., Florida Atlantic University
B.A., Florida Atlantic University