M. A. Anthropology, University of West Florida, (2006)
B. A. Anthropology, University of West Florida, (2002)
The Society for American Archaeology
The Southeastern Archaeological Conference
Sarah Price has over ten years of experience in archaeological research in the southeastern United States, and has authored numerous technical reports, professional publications, and papers. Some of her more recent publications include the edited volume Contemporary Lithic Analysis in the Southeast: Problems, Solutions, and Interpretations, a University of Alabama Press publication and an article in the journal Southeastern Archaeology.
Ms. Price's research specialties include lithic analysis and environmental archaeology. She has directed or co-directed a number of large-scale archaeological projects, including survey of 56,000 acres in northwest Florida, a 40-mile linear survey of new right-of-way for the Alabama Department of Transportation, Phase II testing of a number of sites across southern Alabama, large scale site mitigations on Alabama's coast and Section 110 work for the Corps of Engineers. She also works as a consultant for other firms conducting specialized analyses of lithic assemblages from across the Southeast.
Prior to joining Wiregrass, Ms. Price worked for the Coastal Environments, Inc. from 2012 until 2013 and the Center for Archaeological Studies at the University of South Alabama from 2005 until 2012 in various archaeological positions. While in school at the University of West Florida, she was employed as a teaching assistant for the Terrestrial Archaeological Field Schools from 2001 until 2005, and a classroom assistant during the 2004 school year. She also worked at the Archaeology Institute (UWF) as a field and lab technician, crew chief, field director, and principle investigator on a variety of cultural resource management projects.