Graduate Students

Manuel Duenas-Garcia

Title: Graduate Student Assistant, Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Group - School of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts

HIVE Lab Graduate Manager

Manuel is a Mexican archaeologist, with a bachelor and Master of Arts degree in Archaeology and Latin American studies from Autonomous University of San Luis Potosi: Currently, he is a graduate student in the Interdisciplinary Humanities program at University of California Merced. His prime research focus is the archaeology of the Northern Mesoamerican Frontier, Long distant trade, World Systems Theory, and 3D records for archaeological methodology.

 

Anais Guillem

Title: Graduate Student, Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Group - School of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts

HIVE Lab Graduate Manager

Anaïs Guillem is an architect and archaeologist. She is a PhD student in the Interdisciplinary Humanities group under the supervision of Nicola Lercari. She focused her work on Roman architecture and data modeling, and semantic for architecture and archaeology.

She continuously strives to create connections between architecture and archaeology by using the tools and methodology of digital heritage.