|Principal Investigator Profile
Dr Ethan Cochrane
Projects Manager, Senior Archaeologist, International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc.
2081 Young St.
Tel: (808) 946-2548
Fax: (808) 943-0716
|Research and Teaching interests
| Ceramic variation and cultural transmission analyses
Chemical characterization of materials and provenance analyses
Archaeological method and theory
| B.A. (Honours), Anthropology, University of Washington, 1994
M.A., Anthropology, University of Hawaii, 1998
Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Hawaii, 2004
Associated AHRC CECD Projects (Phase 2):
Defining homologous cultural similarities among prehistoric populations of the Pacific
Comparing reticulate and phylogenetic models of cultural evolution
Associated AHRC CEACB Projects (Phase 1):
How has interaction influenced cultural diversity in the southwest Pacific?
Associated Publications - AHRC CECD - phase 2:
|•||E. Cochrane and C. Lipo (2010).|
Phylogenetic analyses of Lapita decoration do not support branching evolution or regional population structure during colonization of Remote Oceania .Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (B). Vol 365. 3889-3902 .
|•||Field, J.S., E.E Cochrane, and D. Greenlee (2009).|
Dietary Change in Fijian Prehistory: Isotopic Analyses of Human and Animal Skeletal Material.Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol 36. 1547-1556.
|•||Morrison, A., and E. E. Cochrane (2008).|
Investigating shellfish deposition and landscape history at the Natia Beach site, Fiji.Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol 35. 2387-2399.