Sarah Hinkelman

Sarah is a Ph.D. student studying public perception and interaction with archaeology in informal settings like museums and parks. She loves sharing her passion for archaeology, especially Ohio archaeology, with others. Sarah has served as a National Park Ranger for Hopewell Culture National Historical Park and as the Public Education Intern at the Archaeological Research Institute, Inc. helping to create and lead programs, tours, and other educational events. Her research interests include public archaeology, the presentation and representation of American Indians in historic sites, prehistoric stone tool style and function, and cultural transmission of manufacturing processes related to material culture.