Grace Krause

  • PhD Candidate
  • Instructor for ANP203 (summer 2018)


Biographical Info

Grace is a PhD candidate in anthropology focusing on the zooarchaeology and landscapes of the southeastern United States. Her dissertation research models the relationship between food and the business of commercial sex in New Orleans from the late 19th to early 20th centuries. Since 2015, she has been a member of the Mid-Michigan Chapter Graduate Women in Science Mentoring Committee and offers mentoring to undergraduates interested in anthropology and museums.

Current Research Projects

Iberville Housing Project (New Orleans; faunal analysis)

Charnley-Persky House Archaeological Project (Chicago; faunal analysis)


(in press) Krause, Grace A.  A Cup of Real Chinese Tea: Culinary Adventurism and the Contact Zone at the World’s Columbian Exposition, 1893. 2018. Graduate Journal of Food Studies.

(in prep) Graff, Rebecca S., Grace Krause, Mary Leighton, Tiffany Charles, Anne Marie Brugioni, Rebecca Howell, and Jack Hirsch. The Charnley-Persky House (11CK1248): An Investigation into the Archaeology of Chicago’s Gold Coast. Technical Report, prepared for the Society of Architectural Historians and the Illinois State Museum.