Eva L. Hulse

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Post-doctoral Associate
ICCAP: International Collaborative Circumpolar Archaeological Project
NSF Grant #0915131 (Arctic Social Sciences Program)


PhD 2008
University at Buffalo, Department of Anthropology
Title: The difference between dirt and other dirt: Using multivariate statistical analysis to classify chemical soil enrichment at Late Stone Age archaeological sites in North Ostrobothnia, Finland

MA 2002
University at Buffalo, Department of Anthropology
Title: A Survey and GIS of Archaeological Sites in Northern Kazakhstan

BA 1998
University of California – Santa Cruz, Department of Anthropology

Research Interests

Sub-Arctic Neolithic
Domestic spaces
Community persistence and change
Development of social complexity


submitted Costopoulos, Andre, Samuel Vaneeckhout, Jari Okkonen, Eva
Hulse, and Ieva Paberzyte. Social Complexity in the Mid-Holocene Northern Bothnian Gulf. European Journal of Archaeology.

Hulse, Eva and Andre Costopoulos. Spatial patterning within a 5000-year-old structure in Northern Finland. In Space – Archaeology’s Final Frontier? An Intercontinental Approach. R. B. Salisbury and D. Keeler (eds.) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 106-133.

2006 Costopoulos, Andre, Samuel Vaneeckhout, Ieva Paberzyte, Eva Hulse, and Jari Okkonen. Clear evidence of black painted Typical Comb ceramics at Kierikki. Fennoscandia Archaeologica 23:55-59.