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​Dr. Logan Miller

Hello! My name is Logan Miller. I am an anthropological archaeologist with research interests in the social dynamics of the ancient Midwest. My specialty is using lithic microwear analysis to determine the function of stone tools. Through fieldwork or laboratory analysis, I’ve worked with material from the Paleoindian through the late precontact periods. However, most of my work relates to the Langford tradition in the late precontact, Hopewell in the Middle Woodland, and Clovis in the Paleoindian period.

At Illinois State, I teach courses in general education (Lost Continents  and  Alien Pyramids), archaeological methods (Archaeological  Analysis of Prehistoric Materials, Principles of Archaeology), archaeological field research, anthropological research (Senior Thesis), as well as culture history (Midwestern Archaeology and North American Archaeology).

I am always interested in working with undergraduate and graduate students on new projects. If you have an idea for a project related to Midwestern archaeology, or want to know how to get involved in some of my research, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Dr. G. Logan Miller
Office: 360 Schroeder Hall
Lab: 388 Schroeder Hall

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