Affiliated Institutions

University of Florida

Justin Dunnavant is a Ph.D. student studying African and African American archaeology at the University of Florida. He received his B.A.s in History and Anthropology at Howard University in 2009 and his M.A. from the University of Florida earlier this year. In addition to pursuing his degree, Justin also teaches a course on Pan-Africanism in the African American Studies Program, is a founding member of the Society of Black Archaeologists, and serves as a graduate coordinator at the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program's African American History Project.

Areas of Research

Historical Archaeology, African Archaeology, Slavery


King, Eleanor and Dunnavant, Justin. “Buffalo Soldiers and Apaches in the Guadalupe Mountains: A Review of Research at Pine Springs Camp.” Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society. Fall 2008: 87-94.



Slavery, Early State Development, Historical Archaeology,