Title: Assistant Professor of Anthropology/Director Blackwater Draw
Office Location: AA 125
University of Kansas
From the Continental Divide to the Plains-Woodland Border: Clovis and Folsom/Midland Land Use and Lithic Procurement
Title: Professor of Anthropology, Graduate Dean, Anthropology Department Graduate Coordinator
Office Location: ADM 101
1983 University of Colorado, Ph.D. in Anthropology
Dissertation: Anasazi Household Economic Autonomy: A Lithic Analysis
1977 Texas Tech University, M. A. in Anthropology
Thesis: The Mariposa Site: A Late Prehistoric Site on the Rio Grande Plain of Texas
1974 University of Arizona, B. A. with Distinction in Anthropology
John arrived at ENMU in 1984 to direct the Agency for Conservation Archaeology and became a faculty member in Anthropology in 1999. From 1985 to 2013 he served as Director of the Blackwater Draw National Historic Landmark Archaeological Site and Blackwater Draw Museum. His research interests include historic preservation, Paleoindian archaeology, Plains archaeology, and computer applications in archaeology. He has served on the board of the New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance and is an active member of the New Mexico Archaeological Council.
He has published/co-published many major cultural resource management reports as well as numerous peer reviewed journal articles and research reports. In 2006, Dr. Montgomery was selected as the recipient of the ENMU Presidential award for excellence in university service.
In addition to his academic pursuits, John enjoys working with computers, listening to music (all types), and reading.
Research interests include the southern high plains, Paleoindian archaeology, archaeological site stabilization, historical preservation, and cultural resource management.
Title: Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Office Location: AA 135
2015 PhD University of Virginia, Department of Anthropology
2005 MA Florida State University, Department of Anthropology
2003 BA University of Central Florida, Department of Anthropology
Dr. Stanley is currently accepting graduate students (MA) in cultural anthropology who are interested in ethnographic projects on...
- Native Americans of New Mexico
- Water use and attitudes towards conservation in NM
- Climate Change in NM
- The anthropology of science fiction and fantasy
- Relationships between religion and economy
- Contemporary Maya populations of Belize
- Alternative communities, Outdoor Adventurers