Todd Hanson

Todd Hanson
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Historical Archaeology
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Todd A. Hanson is a historical archaeologist specializing in the archaeology of the contemporary era. His archaeological investigations focus principally on the built landscapes of American science and technology from the Gilded Age through the Nuclear Age with a current interest in the landscape archaeology of frozen water production in Gilded Age New Mexico.

 

Dr. Hanson received his PhD in American Studies from the University of New Mexico for research expertise in ethnography and archaeology and a dissertation presented as an ethnographic study of quantum information physics work. His ethnographic and archaeological studies of former nuclear weapons development and testing sites in the United States and the Republic of the Marshall Islands have lead to numerous peer-reviewed papers, reports, book chapters, and the book, The Archaeology of the Cold War (University Press of Florida, 2016). 

 

He is a member of the Society for Historical Archaeology and the American Folklore Society and serves as a peer reviewer for the University Press of Florida, the Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, and Journal of Maritime Archaeology.

 

Prior to joining the Ronin Institute, Dr. Hanson was a staff member at Los Alamos National Laboratory for twenty-four years.

Learn more at https://ronininstitute.academia.edu/ToddHanson

Contact Todd at todd.hanson@ronininstitute.org

Landscape Archaeology, Science and Technology Studies