307 Battle Hall
Campus Box 3120
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3120
Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006
Research And Teaching Interests
Elizabeth Jones studies Methods of Ethnohistory (including documentary research and oral history), Historical Demography (parish/civil records), Historical Ecology (historic cartography and GIS landscape studies), Archaeology (ceramics) and Material Culture studies (clothing); Celtic studies—relationship between archaeology and literature; Monasticism in medieval France—issues of gender and space; Early Modern studies of gender and family, small farms, agriculture, climate and land-use in Burgundy and the United States. While earning her Ph.D. at UNC in Anthroplogy, she also earned the Graduate Minor in Interdisciplinary Medieval Studies. She is a Research Associate of the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, and is currently conducting research in Burgundy on landscape and rural life.