- Graduate Student
- Historical archaeology of the southeastern United States, zooarchaeology, urbanism, households, foodways and creolization in New Orleans, sex worker communities
Grace Krause is a graduate student in anthropology focusing on historical archaeology of the southeastern United States. Her dissertation research will examine foodways and domestic activity in brothel households of New Orleans from the late 19th to early 20th centuries. In the summer of 2014, she will be joining the University of New Orleans field school excavation team at the Iberville Housing Project in New Orleans, originally the site of the historic Storyville red-light district.