Adam N. Rorabaugh is an Northwest Coast archaeologist. His research interests focus on the impacts of the emergence of social inequality on the production and reproduction of knowledge and material resources among complex hunter-gatherer-fishers from an evolutionary perspective. Other research interests include the technological organization of lithics and organic (bone, antler, and shell) artifacts on the Northwest Coast. His previous work has ranged from applying phylogenetic methods to examine continuity and change in Coast Salish harpoon technologies, to mathematical models examining the impacts of population dynamics on copying error in material culture.
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