George T. & Gladys H. Abell Professor of Nautical Archaeology
Yamini Family Chair in Nautical Archaeology
Director of Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation
Director of Conservation Research Laboratory
historical and nautical archaeology, artifact conservation, North America and the Caribbean.
Current Research Projects:
La Belle and Westfield Shipwreck Conservation
ANTH 316/607 – Historical Archaeology
ANTH 605 – Conservation of Archaeology Material I
ANTH 606 – Conservation of Archaeology Material II
Current Graduate Students:
Charles Bendig, Parker Brooks, Kirsten Dollarhide, Chris Dostal, Miguel Guitterez (co-chair), Carrigan Millger, Sara Pianavilla (co-chair)
Selected and Recent Publications:
2017 Donny L. Hamilton, Helen Dewolf, and Peter D. Fix, in La Belle: The Archaeology of a Seventeenth-Century Ship of New World Colonization, Conservation, edited by James E. Bruseth, Amy A. Borgens, Bradford M. Jones, and Eric D. Ray. Ed Rachal Foundation Nautical Archaeology Series, Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas, pp 60-80.
2016 Jessica R. Stika, Justin A. Parkhoff, and Donny L. Hamilton. The Conservation and Analysis of Artifacts from USS Westfield. Report submitted to the Department of Defense, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District. 209 Pages.
2011 Catsambis, Alexis, Ben Ford, and Donny L. Hamilton. The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology, editors, Oxford University Press, New York. 1154 pages.
2011 Alexis Catsambis, Ben Ford, and Donny L. Hamilton. The Archaeological Role of Conservation in Maritime Archaeology, Donny L. Hamilton and C. Wayne Smith. In: The Oxford Handbook of Maitime Archaeology, editors, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 286-304.