I am a post-doctoral researcher and scholar in the HEnDy lab. I hold a Ph.D. in anthropology from Washington State University in Pullman, WA and a Ph.D. in Archéologieterritoire et environnement from the Université de Franche-Comté in Besançon, France. I am, by training, an archaeologist and anthropologist and use traditional methods as well as computational archaeology in my research. Specifically I build agent-based models and use network analysis to understand the past and present. I am a member of the Village Ecodynamics Project, I co-direct the Northern Mongolia Archaeology Project, and I run the simulating complexity blog helping teach complex adaptive systems methods to social scientists. In Western Australia with the HEnDy lab I will be studying how humans are integral parts of the functioning of food webs. You can follow me on twitter at @StefaniCrabtree