B.A., University of Virginia
M.A., University of Arizona
Ph.D., University of Arizona
Campus Post Office Box Box 2
Anthropology: Part-time Instructor
Archaeology: Part-time Instructor
Historical Archaeology, Evolutionary Theory, Cultural Diversity, Technology, Modern Material Culture, Quantitative Methods, Archaeological Chemistry
Jonathan Scholnick is currently an adjunct professor in the Department of Anthropology/Sociology and the Archaeology Program. He has held postdoctoral positions at the University of California, Davis, and Simon Fraser University. He was awarded a doctoral degree from the University of Arizona. He has conducted archaeological research on the prehistoric American Southwest, Guatemala and Peru, as well as historic-period New England and Virginia.
Scholnick, Jonathan B., Jessica L. Munson, and Martha J. Macri
Positioning Power in a Multi-Relational Framework. In Network Analysis in Archaeology. Carl Knappett, ed. Pp. 95–124. Oxford University Press.
Scholnick, Jonathan Ben
The Spatial and Temporal Diffusion of Stylistic Innovations in Material Culture. Advances in Complex Systems 15(1–2): 1150010-1–18.