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Ranhorn is an assistant professor in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change. She studies the Middle and Late Pleistocene archaeological record of Africa, with an emphasis on community archaeology, heritage management and digital archaeology. Her work emphasizes the social aspects of technology production in early modern humans in an effort to understand the social processes and mechanisms involved in human dispersals out of Africa and throughout the Old World.
Ph.D. George Washington University